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Now that it's been said that the number 13 car pictured in the blog isn't a "REAL" spoiler can someone please elaborate on what that exactly means?
I wonder that too? What is a "real" spoiler? I have all the spoiler series and all the gumball number cars....They all have things in common, mostly the gumballs and open hood blown motors...yet some "real" spoilers dont have open hoods..#3 cobra and #3 70 challenger? I'd like to know the answer too?
Yes, it's about the plastic base but it's also about staying in series and being sold as a Spoiler. Real Spoilers have metal bases and are issued in a one up numbered series. Last one was the Vega wagon. There's already a #13 Spoiler so this Camaro ain't a Spoiler. It's just another numbered car to follow the other numbered cars in the 40th Series that also weren't Spoilers. Just a dodge to see if they can sell more of these "diecast."