Yankee Peddler

Bill Flynn’s 1965 Dodge altered wheelbase sedan from Supercar Collectibles. Great detail and history in this 1:18 scale model. Features include, real metal hood pins, lift off hood, tall fuel injection stacks, real metal brake line from master cylinder, and the fuel tank up front on the grille.

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Meijer Gardens

Frederik Gerhard Hendrik Meijer was born in Greenville MIchigan on December 7, 1919. The son of Dutch immigrants Frederik worked with his father Hendrik and founded Meijer Grocery in Greenville Michigan in  the year 1934 at the age of 14.  Along with his father, he launched Meijer Thrifty Acres in 1962. He inherited the company in 1964 after his father’s death.  Handing over the company to his sons, Frederick remained chairman of the board until his death in 2011.  Approached

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Mavica FD 95

Sony Mavica FD 95Format: DigitalRelease Date: 2000Mega Pixel: 2.1Zoom: 10XStatus: In collection Sony promotional text from late 1999 High Resolution And Floppy Disk Ease-of-Use The MVC-FD95 Digital Mavica camera raises the bar by combining floppy disk ease-of-use with a 2.1 mega-pixel Super HAD(TM) CCD imager, powerful 10x optical zoom, and through-the-lens viewfinder using color LCD. By combining 2.1 mega-pixel resolution and 10x optical zoom, the MVC-FD95 is able to capture images from a greater distance without compromising the image. The powerful combination of high resolution

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Pentax ME Super

Maker: Asahi Optical Co. LtdType: SLRLens Mount: Pentax KFSensor: 135 FilmFocus: ManualExposure: Aperture priority, manualFlash: Hot ShoeShutter Speeds: 4-1/2000Status: In Collection The Pentax ME Super was manufactured by Asahi Optical Co. between the years 1979 and 1984 and is part of the M series which included the manual Pentax MX and also the automatic focus ME-F. The ME Super has an electronic focal plane shutter with metal curtains and a vertical movement. Shutter speeds are selected with up and down buttons rather than the conventional wheel. They run from

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Minolta X-700

The X-700 was marketed as a professional tool, as it incorporated features one would expect from a professional camera of the era, including TTL flash, exposure lock, and interchangeable screens. The Minolta X-700 was the last high specification manual focus body manufactured by the company before the introduction of its revolutionary autofocus body the 7000. Beginning in 1981, the X-700 was launched as a state of the art SLR camera, boasting an enormous array of accessories which together comprised the

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Minolta HTsi

Camera Type: 35mm SLRYear of release: 1998Lens Mount: Minolta Type AShutter speed: 30 – 1/4,000Status: In Collection  First of Minolta’s SLR camera bodies with the combination of a central cross auto focus sensor with two vertically placed sensors. It was much lighter than its predecessor, the Dynax 500si but had a lot more features.

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Ansco 35mm

This Anso 35 mm fixed lens camera was added to the collection simply because it is a fixed lens product that was considered a simple snap shot camera in SLR styling. Like many of the digital bridge cameras we see today, the Ansco 35 would have provided similar styling without the features found in a changeable lens 35 mm camera. These also were offered at less cost with a smaller size and weight. Also manufactured and branded as a Halina 35 by

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