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Ronnie

Toy Jeep Collection

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Here's my toy jeep collection with some dating back to when the jeep was first designed.

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Nice collection i might have a jeep like that at home if you wanna add to your collection! :)

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I painted all these fellows except the Michael Garman and I carved the AAF pilot in the A2. Btw that was my first ever attempt at carving a figure......I have never carved another.

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My pictures are not the best but that pretty much is the jeep collection.

Ronnie


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Awesome collection! Thanks for sharing.


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Thanks Sarg.

Ronnie


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I think I missed these two.

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Awesome collection Ronnie. You have to love the 'ubiquitous' Jeep.

 

Semper Fi.

 

Manny

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You bet Manny. A man that doesn't love a jeep.....well he ain't no man!

Thanks for the comments.

Ronnie


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Great collection! I especially like the recognition models and the Britains ambulance in the mix. Thank you for sharing!


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Great collection, thank you very much for posting your pics here.

 

Lars


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Thank you all for the comments.

Ronnie


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Here are two more. These are the Danbury Mint Models from many years back.

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Can you show us the oldest one, the one from the 40s?

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Bill the Patch.....do a search on google and you probably will find one on the after market. As you know these Danbury Mint Models are highly detailed. This jeep comes with a removable canvas top so you can display it with a .50 on the pedestal mount or with the top up. I have two so I show it both ways.

Thanks.

Ronnie


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Patches the jeeps are at my office but I will get you photos of some of the really old ones.

Ronnie


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Patches the jeeps are at my office but I will get you photos of some of the really old ones.

Ronnie

Thats good, thanks, it will be interesting to see them. Do you know the exact year they are? curious to see if they made toy jeeps for boys while the war was in progress.

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I can answer that patches without photos. There were balsa wood models made during the war. I will make photos Monday of those and others.

Ronnie


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