Where to find 1:32 wheels

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Can anyone tell me where I can find 1:32 wheels? I need a matching spare wheels for a 1928 Chevy pickup truck, it's made by the national motor museum.
 

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Can anyone tell me where I can find 1:32 wheels? I need a matching spare wheels for a 1928 Chevy pickup truck, it's made by the national motor museum.
Anton. hi .
The experts on here would no doubt tell you to cast one or more.
that's if you can get one off .

Do the National Motor Museum have a contact address ? Just realised it is closed, so that is no good. I've seen this model on the net ,but no mention of the maker :anguished:

Hopefully someone will be along who will know if we bump this up .
John.
 
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Well casting slightly out of the picture for me, but I don't
Which national motor museum? It seems to be "National Motor Museum Mint", which just looks like a marketing brand name?
Pete
Exactly what I thought..... I can't seem to find the actual manufacturer
 

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I don't think so John, but "Wheels ride through time" one of their attractions has closed. I beleive the F1 Museum at Donington has closed permanently though.

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I don't think so John, but "Wheels ride through time" one of their attractions has closed. I beleive the F1 Museum at Donington has closed permanently though.

Pete
Pete, that was it, I assumed it was the whole place.
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