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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-08-2006, 02:54 PM Thread Starter
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Johnny Lightning Motor Homes

There are a few of the Johnny Lightning Monaco Coaches on sale at the Monaco Coach web store for those that were looking to find a few.

Here is the link...

For those that have not seen them, here are a few from Wyatt's site:

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post #2 of 17 (permalink) Old 11-08-2006, 03:47 PM
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thanks for the link

Are those 1:64 coaches 37 bucks apiece?
I like the expanding rooms and removable roof,I assume the other scale doesn't have those features?
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Those new ones sure are nice - but pricey.
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Originally Posted by 60sMetal
Those new ones sure are nice - but pricey.
I agree on the pricey part but are kind of cool looking. Wonder if JL would make one with out the tip outs and the take off roof to be sold a lot cheaper? Could they do it for under ten bucks and be a very limited edition? White Lightning? With some of the things that RC2 makes, why not? It would be something different. Next question, if they can make something like this, and very nice looking I might add, besides the licensing thing, why not a semi? Just my rambling three cents.
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I'd like to finish these out, gotta pass for now. $
They do look better without the mirrors though. IMO.
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The 100 scale do not have slide outs and a removeable roof like the 1/64th do

We are back!!

And always a chance at a Chase Car in every order - that's just the way we roll!
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Those are sweet. Might have to get a set.
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I'm not sure the 1/64ths are JL. The other ones are.

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Those are's too bad more motorhome diecast haven't been made over the years. I grew up in an RV'ing family, spent a lot of summers as a kid roaming around in them....
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heres a picture of the 1/100 scale motorhome .

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Nice to see that name on the board again, Free Spirit!
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Nice diorama, and nice motorhomes.... have some of the busses from that company.

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The JL motorhomes are less than $8.
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Thanks for the heads up!!

I'd love to snag a few, but I really got watch spending for now
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