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Miniatures: Bruce Gibbins' Model Woodies - American

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1947 Ford Station Wagon
Hand-built in L.A. by Motor City USA - Exquisite detail

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1950 Oldsmobile 88
Custom built using a resin transkit by Provence Moulage for the woody body mated to a resin front end from a Tron Olds kit

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1951 Ford Station Wagon
A mild custom. White metal hand-built model from the Design Studio range which are produced in L.A. by Motor City USA

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1935 Ford Station Wagon
Simple die-cast model from Rex toys cast by Vitesse

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1950 Chevrolet Station Wagon
Built from a resin transkit by Provence Moulage in France using a Solido die-cast model of a 1950 Chevrolet Sedan

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1950 Buick Special Station Wagon
Built from a Provence Moulage resin transkit using as a base model a Solido die-cast model of a 1950 Buick Super convertible

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1948 Ford Sportsman Convertible
 A superior quality white metal hand built model from Motor City USA from L.A., California

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1950 Ford Station Wagon
A die cast model from the Franklin Mint series of "The Classic Cars of the ‘50’s".

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1950 Chrysler Town and Country hardtop
A die cast model from Franklin Mint as part of their series "The Classic Cars of the ‘50’s".

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1948 Packard Station Wagon
Hand built from white metal in England by Brooklin Models

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1946 Mercury Sportsman Convertible
and 1947 Wesley Slumbercoach

Both modeled in white metal by Brooklin models in England.
 

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1946 Mercury Sportsman Convertible
and 1939 Curtiss Aerocar Trailer

The Mercury is a customized Brooklin model and the Aerocar is from a resin kit by Sun Models. This set was built by John Roberts in England.
 

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1932 Ford Model B Station Wagon
Converted from a die cast pick-up truck from the French company, Eligor.

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1940 Ford Station Wagon
A die cast model by Ertl in the US which has been mildly enhanced with thin real wood veneer panels.

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1948 Chevrolet Aero Sedan
A white metal hand-built model from Brooklin in England

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1951 Crosley Super Station Wagon
From the American US Model Mint Range, built by Brooklin in England

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1937 Studebaker Station Wagon
Converted from a model of a Coupe` Express by John Roberts in England. The donor model is from the USMM range of white metal hand-built models

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1948 Pontiac Streamliner 8 Station Wagon
An extremely well detailed high quality hand built white metal model from the Dutch Conquest range of Henk van Asten

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1948 Chrysler Town and Country Convertible
Hand-built white metal model from Motor City USA.

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Bruce Gibbins hails from New Zealand - his address is gibbins@xtra.co.nz

© 1999 All commercial rights retained by the author, Bruce Gibbins.  Permission is freely granted for any non-commercial use,  provided that the author and the Old Woodies Internet website at www.oldwoodies.com are acknowledged.

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