I had broughtup this topic last month about MB ill attempt to stay current with the Black Bull. If you are able to find these Buties dont look for anything after the 2000 diablo. the only other model produced were the countouch and if Im not mistaken the jalpa back in the mid 70's. As for the yella diablo i have that beauty along with a few others in dark blue. I personally feel that since the take over (Mattel) MB has not been able to secure the licesing that are required to produce these models again. It would seem that there bread'nbutter has taken the helm on producing the supercars of the world. As you can tell this is a Extremly sore spot for me. I have been collecting since I was a child. And thus have happily passed this tradition down to my boys, heck even my girls play from time to time. I know that MB has one or two Supers coming in middle of the year. Im NOT a hater ot hotwheels I just have always felt that MB produces a more detailed, better scaled diecast (i.e HW speed machines black&red 997 GT3 and MB 997 GT3) . It is so obvious that HW have tried to take the place of MB as far as it goes with makeing the cars EVERY diecast collector wants. (HUmm) I wonder as to y. I mean that is one of the main reason we collect. To make our own Sultan of Bruni collection right.
O, man well o.k had my Gatorade now..... a lil better, but still not pleased with the situation
On lighter note you can find the Revention, Murcelago, Gallardo under the HW stamp albeit not nearly enough justice done to scale.
Lameless Lambo Man