|If I remember correctly we showed a couple of Opel errors like this last year, the windscreen pillar has failed to cast which we can tell by the full paint covering of the 'broken' ends. This one is from the collection of andreas leue,
Thanks for sharing Andreas.
|Another page from Steve's (matchboxkiwi) eyebending pocket catalogue, Cheers Steve.|
|And now for a fairly unusual tampo error, this U.S. Mail Jeep has the tampo applied to the windscreen and partly to the bonnet, as can be seen by the accompanying model the tampo should be to the bonnet only.
Another one from the collection of steve (matchboxkiwi), Thanks for sharing Steve.
|An E type Jaguar with mixed tyre tread patterns front and rear is not a variation you come across every day. This one is owned by forum member lee (lee@kai76), Thanks for sharing Lee.|
|This one is fitted with five slot mags at the rear and four arch wheels at the front. It is owned by Alwin Van Hattem, Thanks for sharing Alwin.|
|It is always nice to see a mint and sealed up blister pack containing an untouched error piece like this hard to find Dodge Dumper truck which is missing its front wheels and axle. It is yet another one from Steves collection (matchboxkiwi), Thanks again Steve.|
|This one is probably a 'Dad fixed it' custom rather than a factory produced error but I think it deserves to be shown here, It is from miller of the forums collection, Thanks for sharing Miller|