Where would i buy die cast cars?

Discussion in 'Calgary, AB' started by Vadersmistress66, Sep 7, 2006.

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  1. Vadersmistress66 Jedi Knight

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    Does anyone have any idea where's a good place here in town? I don't even know where to begin.
  2. Jodo_Kast_Unleashed Jedi Knight

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    I think all of the hot wheels cars are die cast. You can get those almost anywhere.
  3. Vadersmistress66 Jedi Knight

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    No, i'm looking for the bigger model ones, not hot wheels (i KNOW i can buy those anywhere, silly). Like the custom built ones about 10 inches big or so...
  4. Darth_Corro Jedi Master

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    PM hobbies on 32 ave NE has a selection of die cast collectible cars.
  5. ravencrow666 Jedi Knight

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    go to the crossroads flea market, there you go to the antique side and there is a guy there who speacializes it die cast
  6. Jodo_Kast_Unleashed Jedi Knight

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    Sorry kiddo, I agree about PM though. If it has wheels, a rudder or wings - they have it!
  7. TD8828 Jedi Knight

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    Chinook hobby on Mac trail has some interesting stuff, Crossroads market as Reid stated (lots of Nascar if memory serves) Wal-mart (don't laugh) sometimes they have some decent stuff. Guess it depends on the quality you're looking for.

    maisto - Burago- F1- Hot Wheels 1:18 scale- movie cars?

    I used to have about 75 of those dust collectors but got rid of them when I moved to Alberta :)
  8. Vadersmistress66 Jedi Knight

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    Thanks guys, i appreciate the help. Apparently i'm going car shopping!
  9. Jedi_Ranger_007 Jedi Master

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    Another place to look would tbe "The Hobby Guys" on 16 Ave, right across from Peter's.
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