Colin Wood
Colin Wood Associate Editor
6/30/20 3:17 p.m.

https://www.youtube.com/embed/vWUbtxWTvL8

Restoration projects don't have to be big, complex undertakings. Why not spruce up a toy like this Nylint Roadster die-cast car from the 1960s? Watch as the rusty, worn-out toy car gets a new lease on life with a bit of time, effort and attention to detail.

What's the smallest thing you've ever restored?

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Mark Gillett
Mark Gillett New Reader
6/30/20 5:21 p.m.

I made a model of my first car.  32 or 33 Ford hot rod with a 51 Mercury flathead.  The little car I found at the store was a hard top with big fenders, so it took cutting.  Painted it like my car.

real deal around 1967:

 

 

steve1991
steve1991 New Reader
7/4/20 7:05 p.m.

Lot of work. But its all pays at the end. Miss this vintage

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