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That I received a box from MH that has 12 cars in it that are similar, yet not exactly the same and 6 other cars that are also limited and tied into a gathering once a year.. for that matter I believe one of the 12 is tied in also and has recently gone for between $100 and $200 on "ebay"
I also know that this box and its contents are going to be auctioned off soon for the ADDWC just like the ones at Fest were....dang! Did I say that out loud?
So save your pennies and get ready to abuse your neighbor, cause its all for a good cause and it contains stuff you just don't find everyday
I thought the Holiday cars are offered or given to people who helped out at LF. I don't remember the Shelby one being offered last year. Are these the JLCC Holiday cars? Like last years GTO?
Holiday Cars were sold the first year (350Z with green or red tampo and special green or red wheels as chase) and then Mark gave them away as gifts last year due to the Pace Cars being 3 months late and then the Fest Dinner Cars being 2 months late.. what a nice guy!!
These were in the past, over-runs from Bobby Williams' HobbyTalk appeciation cars. Since no appreciation car was made available to him this year he could not in turn make a Holiday car available for use. Sadly a tradition I and others will miss for sure. The first year they were sold. Last year's were scheduled to as well but due to the circumstances Rob posted, I gave them away, took the loss and hoped it would ease the pain of the others who put up with casting issues and also for my own comfort of thinking I tried to do the right thing. Nuff said.
This year after the success of the ADDWC charity program and the fact I can never let a good thing end, I decided to make a portion of the proceeds benefit our friends at ADDWC. I was waiting on some factory lose ends which have since been disclosed to me and these will soon be placed up on several web sites as the final installment to the 2006 casting run.