Just though it might be fun for you to see some of my items on people's layouts or displays. If you will email me some pix I'd love to display them here so people can see how you have used them. All the pix are clickable for a larger image. Just use your back button (if visable) to get back here. Thanks and enjoy!!
(Since this is a new feature it might take a while for me to get your pix in and then post them. Hope you'll send some in so others can see them!)
I can't recall who sent this in because it was before I started this feature, but if you recognize it as yours and will email me I will be glad to identify it as yours. Thanks!
Here are some pix of the Sante Fe Baggage car from my Store sent in by Jeff Mau from Des Moines, Iowa. Nice layout Jeff!!
Here are some pix of the 1939 Chevy Homie Mobster car (and a couple from his huge collection) from my Store sent in by Colorado Phil from Frederick, Colorado. Phil sent me several pix and it was hard to pick just four. This guy has an unbelievable collection! He has over 4000 die-cast with 95% being displayed in dust free glass and plastic display cases. Nothing bothers him more than to have beautiful die-cast cars covered in dust and spider webs! His collection includes 1/64 scale up to 1/10 scale R/C cars. He has many diverse interests from H/W & MUSCLE MACHINES, to having a very extensive collection of John Force cars as well as a collection of over 300 Corvettes. He has over 1000 individual 1/64 cars in the opaque J/L carrying cases, each car is secured in its respective slot by a piece of fiber fill and felt to keep from getting wear spots. Time consuming he says, but worth the effort! Here are a four of his pix including the pix of the Homie Mobsters he got from our store. His collection takes up more than half of his 1750 ft basement. Thanks for sharing Phil!
Thanks to Steve Vendt from Surprise Arizona. What a nice layout. I bet many happy hours of work went in to this one. I am constantantly amazed at the work people do on their layouts and what they are able to achieve. Look close and you'll see the blue 37 Ford pickup Steve ordered from our store. Thanks for the picture Steve!
Patrice Jetter sent in this picture of our cute little N Scale School Bus from his N Scale Layout. Thanks Patrice!
Sheldon Parker from Gibbstown, NJ sent in this picture of his burgundy 1939 Chevy Coupe. This is a neat model from our store made by Showcast models. Here is a neat story from sheldon:
The '39 Chevy is sitting on my fireplace mantle. It was my first car. Bought it when I was 15 years old in 1962 and refurbished it with my dad. My wife (of 40 years) was on our first date when I asked her to sit a little closer to me because the passenger door opened sometimes when making a left turn. She laughed, thinking it was just a ploy...until I made the first left turn and the door opened. She scooted over after that! I noticed the other night the passenger door on the model was left open. I know you don't want a picture of the model on my mantle, but I thought you might enjoy the story. Take care.
John Østergaard from Kolding Denmark bought this model of a beach roadster from me. Now we can all see why. It's almost an exact model of his full size roadster! Neat picture John! Look close in the oval and you will see the model sitting on the fender of the full size one.
Javier Ibanez from Madrid Spain sent us this picture of the little HO 53 Pink Cadillac that he added to his extensive Elvis collection from our store. Neat way to display it Javier!
Here are some neat pix of a model that Al Corbin from Fort Lauderdale Florida got from us and turned into quite an unusual piece of art. I'm always amazed at the different ways I see our models used. This one is certainly radically different lol!! Nice work Al!
Gail Smeltzer from Aurora Illinois sent us these pix of a scene on their layout using one of our finest models. A 1953 Chevy tow truck. Nice scene Gail!
Spencer Luvert from Cedar Falls, IA sends us these pix of a super neat layout where he used several of our models. Don't forget you can click the pix for a larger image and these are worth clicking! (Be sure you hit your back button to come back here.)
Now and then I get separated from the customers name and location or the pix are sent without a name and I then have no way of referencing the info. Here are two that show a neat use of the timber mover in one and the other shows a cool use of our little O scale fork lift. If you see these and recognize them as yours, please email me and I will credit your layout. Thanks for the pix though!!
Here are some of the pictures of the 1:32 Front Loader from my store taken at Big Rock Junction on Darrell and Regena Huffman's Railroad G Scale layout. Nice job guys!! I'd love to see more.
Here are Nino and Tony from Italy with a silver PT Cruser from my store. I love it when I see the smiles!!