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Old 11-04-2009, 06:18 PM
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Danbury mint is were I got my 1960 red hardtop. Casino cream 59 and a blue 58 ragtop or hardtop which ever top you use. They aren't cheap but well worth what they cost. Just my 2cent....................Bill
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Old 11-04-2009, 06:36 PM
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Danbury mint is were I got my 1960 red hardtop.
Hi Bill, is this a hardtop or the sunroof one?
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While I was looking earlier, I kept running into that pretty 1960 Yellow model. If it had been a 1959, I would have probably bought one! That is a beautiful red Golde Top model!
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While I was looking earlier, I kept running into that pretty 1960 Yellow model. If it had been a 1959, I would have probably bought one!
Hi Ray, the only diecast '59 YellowRose-coloured I know is from Danbury Mint also.
But (unfortunately) it's a convertible instead of a hardtop:
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Here is the one I was talking about! It is really pretty!

1960 Ford Thunderbird Diecast Model Hard Top Moroccan Ivory 1/18 Die Cast Car by Sunstar


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Yep dutchbird That's it and so's the 59. You guys are good with the pics. I'm not to good with picture taking and posting. Now Were's the 58?????
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Anybody stumbled across a '66 Town Landau model??- in die-cast?
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Hi Tom,

I looked through those links listed below for a '66 Landau. I found several nice looking '66 convertibles only, so far. I also looked through some other links on her. If ya'll want to see some pretty models of Tbirds, check out some of the links on Page 2 & 3 of this thread that Alexander and others posted. There is a beautiful white with red interior Squarebird that really catches your attention. Tom you might google 1966 Landau Thunderbird diecast model, or something like that and see what you come up with.
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Now Were's the 58?????
Hi Bill, dont know about your '58, but the blue one should be a Monarch blue convertible........I think???
Is this the one:
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