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Classic Carlectables New Items Q1/Q2 2015

New from Classic Carlectables are a host of new models for 2015.  The above feature is the slick Ford XY Fairmount Grand Sport, sporting Electric Blue exterior paint.  Model is due sometime in Q2 2015, and will be limited to 1000 pieces worldwide.  Suggested retail is $240AUD.  Other upcoming new releases include: 1:18 Holden L34 Torana 1977 ATCC – L.E 1000 Continue Reading...
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Classic Carlectables New Items Q1/Q3/Q4 2015

New from Classic Carlectables are a slew of new models due Q1, Q3, and Q4 2015.  The above feature is 1:18 Holden HX Monaro in Royal Plum, a limited edition of 1000 pieces.  Model is due 1st quarter of 2015, and carries a suggested retail of 230AUD.  Other new models include: 1:18 – Futura Hardtop – Red Satin – Q3 1:18 Continue Reading...
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New Classic Carlectables Q3/Q4 2014 and Beyond Deliveries

So what has Classic Carlectables been up to since the last update? On top of their well known V8 Supercars, they usually dabble in a few classic Australian pieces.  This time around is no exception.  We feature the Holden FC Special De-Luxe Red Cab Taxi.  At the time of service the Holden brand owned market sales with over 50% plus, Continue Reading...
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Classic Carlectables Upcoming New Models – Q2/Q3

The team at Classic Carlectables have a few interesting items coming up.  The above 1:18 1972 E38 Charger, finished in Green Metallic Opal, is one of five new models to debut in Q2/Q3.  Other upcoming models include: 1:18 – Charger Highway Patrol Vehicle – Q3 1:18 – Holden HQ Monaro – Salamanca Red w/ Black Stripes – Q2 1:18 – Continue Reading...
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My last HOLY GRAIL was finally added to my collection this month, I’ve been hunting this beast down for as long as I can remember. It may not appeal to the masses, and it may not be the best executed diecast manufactured today, BUT I don’t care, this one means something special to me. That’s all that matters. So what’s Continue Reading...
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