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New Case Die Cast

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SC Dan

04-13-2007 19:44:19




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I just picked up a new Case die cast. It's a 1/16 scale Case DC 3 wide front made by Spec Cast. I bought it through a website called Toy Collector Club, located here; http://www.toycollectorclub.com/. The detail is very nice, with many moving parts. Now if they would only make a wide front SC I'd be all set. I'd post a pic but can't figure out how?

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John Noname

04-14-2007 13:46:13




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 Re: New Case Die Cast in reply to SC Dan, 04-13-2007 19:44:19  
They actually have four DC's in the series out now. The wide front, the DC-3 narrow, The DC-4 and the DC high crop. You can get them all from Binkley and Hurst. The only SC's ever produced were the plastic-rubber made back in the fifties and a unit made by a couple in Michigan and then in Illinois. Neither does it now. These were diecast, a little rough around the edges but not too bad. Don't know if Case is hard to get along with but it doesn't seem like too made models get produced. Would like to see the 30 CK series made plus SC, LA and the big 400.

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More D's

04-14-2007 15:18:08




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 Re: New Case Die Cast in reply to John Noname, 04-14-2007 13:46:13  
I also have a D standard on rubber and a D standard on steel without lights, battery, generator etc. I heard someone say an LP version is coming next. I'd like to see a DV, DO with tins and a DI with a loader before they quit. They might as well keep going at this point. All the variations of a 730 CK would be a nice series to produce or the Racine 400. I don't care what they produce next really, just so they continue to put the detail in them.

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