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Ugggggg..... I still do not understand the obsession between JL and Coke. Just about every other cars moves and moves fairly quickly from TRU. 3 pegs of Coke cars are still sitting from the last release. How can this be profitable?
Thanks for the pics Probably the only place I'm ever going to see these cars. Our locals have had the same tired crap hanging for 2 months. Those Coke cars are gonna look great after those tampos get wiped off, and that Pontiac 2+2 Gold Series is a must have
Ok, so they appear to have fixed the Vegas 4x4 stance BUT....now the rear wheel opening is way too close to the rear side window and looks like an amateur bondo job! I like the Sierra Tan 65 Impala, though neither wheel choice is right for it. The 68 Impala does deserve better, a nice stock non-coke convertible would be nice...The 65 Pontiac from the gold series looks nice and I agree, enough 69 Camaros already!!!!
5) The Gold Series cars continue to be great choices
8) I like the MONC 5 pack concept, but there's not a single car in this set that I have to have.
Opinions? I've got a couple. Let's hear yours.
they have never done a challenger gold series[hint]
Nothing in this mopar 5 pack I really have tom have[wouldn`t be worth shipping anyways],however depending on my mood and available cash I`d probally pick it up if I saw it on a shelve.