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I drove by this place the other day after buying some components from a camera vendor in Burbank. 'Scuse the lousy quality, shot taken w/ my phone cam.

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I made a mental note to swing back by when I had time.

I made time today.

OMFG. 8O That was an unfortunate descision.

I spent over an hour in there. Thousands of aviation and automotive books, models, trinkets, memoribilia, and gewgaws. Wow. Too much aerogeekery and motorgadoot for a single visit.

I bought a copy of Me-262 Volume One. I thought that was out of print. I dunno how I'm gonna explain a $50 dollar hit on the Visa to my wife right before I go to the Reno Air Races...but I'll manage. :twisted:

They also had some very nice 2005 GTO 1:18 die cast models. $100 :willy:

http://www.autobooks-aerobooks.com/

And check out their "Customer's Cars" page:

http://www.autobooks-aerobooks.com/framesets/customercarsframeset.htm

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HEY GROUCHO,, my dad has a secound business of selling diecast but i can give you a link to his website. http://www.randysdiecast.com/diecast.htm but the supplies are a little limited but it has the ryes millen front bumper, rear hatch, and wheels. The price is a little high but on the website but I can sell them for $50, instead of the shown price.
 
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