[ Login ]

Advertising

Last completed movie pages

Tatort - Erkläre Chimäre; Lampor: Keranda Terbang; Robo mundial; Yeh sang woo lui wong: Ha je chuen kei; Kholop; Berlin Izza Bitch!; The Sicilians; Gyokô no Nikuko-chan; Udar Lotosa; Purachina Endo; Thomas & Friends: Blue Mountain Mystery; Showdown in Manila; 13 Se-ui Bom; The Girl in the Picture; Svetik; (more...)

Zegnaj Rockefeller, TV Series, 1992 IMDB

Pictures provided by: Weasel1984

Display options:

Also known as:

  • Żegnaj Rockefeller
  • Goodbye Rockefeller

Watch or buy this title - Powered by JustWatch

Comments about this movie

See all comments about this movie and its vehicles

AuthorMessage

Weasel1984 PL

2011-12-10 00:22

[Image: tyti.3492.jpg]
IMPDb entry with planes

Ep. 02:
Nice collection of the Siku Super Series inside the toy shop:
[Image: sikyz.3719.jpg] [Image: siky1.8139.jpg]
Especially these 1/55 trucks, in such condition, would be already worth something. At the top, in the middle seems to be the set with Volvo FL, trailer and digger.

Ep. 06 - unidentified for long time car [*][*], which once had own page:
[Image: same06.jpg]
Weasel1984 wrote VW?

ingo wrote Hmm, the style of the triangle window is Polo I-ish, but the car it too big for that.


Ep. 08 - truck with trailer [*][*]:
[Image: 20524112.5862.jpg]
Ep. 12 - minor action truck:
[Image: pajer.1133.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2017-12-16 15:41:59

sixcyl FR

2011-12-12 20:15

Weasel1984 wrote Nice collection of the Siku Super Series inside the toy shop:
Especially these 1/55 trucks, in such condition, would be already worth something. At the top, in the middle seems to be the set with Volvo FL, trailer and digger.


My best period was the range Siku plastic of the 50's and 60's :love:
Link to "www.forum-auto.com"

DynaMike NL

2011-12-12 20:56

AFAIK they only made two French cars during their plastic period: a 2CV and a DS. I've got the 2CV, still looking for the DS...
[Image: p1060634.8590.jpg]

ingo DE

2011-12-12 20:59

It's not far for me, but I haven't visitied him since years ( http://www.automodelle-hoeing.de/?langid=2 ), but the next time, I'll ask Thomas for details ;)

Weasel1984 PL

2011-12-14 15:31

sixcyl wrote My best period was the range Siku plastic of the 50's and 60's :love:
Link to "www.forum-auto.com"

It was interesting period in miniatures indeed, even if sometimes (usually? :D) these cars weren't too exact reproductions. Similar was with old Veron brothers creations and many other manufacturers. But also a bit later, metal Sikus, like Fiats 1800 or 850 Coupe are nice.
BTW, only as curiosity, "siku" means pee in Polish...

@Ingo - not bad place. ;)

-- Last edit: 2011-12-14 15:36:32

Add a comment

You must login to post comments...

Advertising