1978 Mark V marked Ford’s Diamond Jubilee …
For a time in the 1960s and ‘70s luxury meant length in the auto world and there’s probably no finer example than Lincoln’s Continental Mark V.
This was the best-selling Mark series Lincoln at more than 228,000 units and was the longest two-door coupe ever sold by Ford at 230 inches long. Think modern day Chevy Suburban in length. Continue reading Die-cast: Automodello 1978 Lincoln Continental Mark V
Plymouth Valiant Wagon sharp in 1/43 scale …
Wagons are ho-hum these days, and nearly extinct, unless you count crossovers as wagons.
But in the 1960s they were a big deal as families tried to make room for the Baby Boom generation that was rapidly filling up their sedans. At the same time, a sizeable portion of auto buyers was looking for smaller, more economical cars. Hey, all those kids needed food and sneakers too! Continue reading Neo’s 1960 Plymouth Valiant Wagon
Ford Mustang II Concept showed where Mustang was going …
If you’re a Mustang nut, and let’s face it, there are lot out there, you’ll likely know the story of the 1963 Mustang II concept car.
If not, hang on and just know that Automodello is producing two versions of the rare one-off concept car used for several months to hype the production car that debuted in April of 1964 at New York’s Worlds Fair.
Automodello plans 1/24 scale die-cast resin models in the original white with a blue stripes, and another very limited Tribute Edition, in red. Continue reading Die-cast: Automodello’s 1963 Ford Mustang II Concept