Show us your diecast Cougar!

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Post by anthem75 » 04 Mar 2018, 14:02



Not a diecast, but still pretty cool I think...

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Re: Show us your diecast Cougar!

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Post by propayne » 04 Mar 2018, 14:26

^^^ those tin Bump' N Go's are fun - and you've got the box which is really cool.

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Re: Show us your diecast Cougar!

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Post by anthem75 » 04 Mar 2018, 14:31

propayne wrote:
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^^^ those tin Bump' N Go's are fun - and you've got the box which is really cool.

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Yeah...that, and a little '70 Eliminator diecast car are the only "action models" I have. I didn't post a pic of the Eliminator because all these other collections just blow me away. Can't compete... :shock:

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Re: Show us your diecast Cougar!

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Post by CATHOUSE » 04 Mar 2018, 20:32

So the 70 Eliminator you have is an "action model"? What does it do? I am not placing that toy. A photo would be a big help. Thanks.

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Post by anthem75 » 04 Mar 2018, 20:38

Ha! It's just a regular diecast like all the rest. Had to tell my wife that it wasn't a "toy", it is an "action model". Sort of like how "action figures" aren't "dolls"...

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Post by CATHOUSE » 04 Mar 2018, 21:01

Okay so I understand now the "action model" part. I am still not sure what diecast you have of a 70 Eliminator. I know of quite a few 69 Eliminator diecast and I know of a few 70 diecast, but not any 70 Eliminator diecast. Unless you have one of the 1/18th scale 70 Eliminators. Is that what you have? Or something different?

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CATHOUSE wrote:
04 Mar 2018, 21:01
Okay so I understand now the "action model" part. I am still not sure what diecast you have of a 70 Eliminator. I know of quite a few 69 Eliminator diecast and I know of a few 70 diecast, but not any 70 Eliminator diecast. Unless you have one of the 1/18th scale 70 Eliminators. Is that what you have? Or something different?

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It's actually just a Christmas tree ornament made by Hallmark...

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Post by CATHOUSE » 05 Mar 2018, 07:51

Very nice. That is one that I was not aware of. How many years ago did you get it? What scale is it? Thank you for sharing.

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Post by anthem75 » 05 Mar 2018, 11:07

CATHOUSE wrote:
05 Mar 2018, 07:51
Very nice. That is one that I was not aware of. How many years ago did you get it? What scale is it? Thank you for sharing.

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It has a 2015 date of manufacture on it, but no confirmation of scale. It's what I would call "normal" size - same as any other small diecast car seen here in the previous posts.

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Post by badcatt » 05 Mar 2018, 12:15

CATHOUSE wrote:
05 Mar 2018, 07:51
Very nice. That is one that I was not aware of. How many years ago did you get it? What scale is it? Thank you for sharing.

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I have one. I would say it is about 1/32 or so. About 2 time the size of a Hot Wheels car. They do show up on Ebay from time to time.
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