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Those are awesome! I love the old stockers. They had a lot more character than anything in NASCAR today.

What brand name are they?
 

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Dadvball said:
Those are awesome! I love the old stockers. They had a lot more character than anything in NASCAR today.

What brand name are they?
Those appear to be manufactured by RCCA (Legends Series) early 1990's :)
 

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Great cars! I need to find that #3 for my David Pearson collection.
 

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Dadvball said:
Those are awesome! I love the old stockers. They had a lot more character than anything in NASCAR today.

What brand name are they?
the 60's nascar's are the best
 

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Dadvball said:
Those are awesome! I love the old stockers. They had a lot more character than anything in NASCAR today.
So true. Back when the saying "Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday" really had some true meaning. You new what drivers were driving without having to read their front valance for the model. :) rr
 

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So true. Back when the saying "Win on Sunday, Sell on Monday" really had some true meaning. You new what drivers were driving without having to read their front valance for the model. :) rr
True that!
Stock cars today are an oxymoron. They're barely cars and they sure as heck
AIN'T STOCK!!!! They're nothin' but kit cars! (maybe that's an exaggeration)
but the old ones were REAL!!!

Thanks for posting those beautiful cars - I gotta find them! :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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Nice collection Floydfrog.
The Pontiac is the only RCCA car I don't have.
 

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While I still like NASCAR a LOT I hafta agree.
Loved the days when the took a showroom car and gutted em to race.
But then again with todays cars what is there to gut?
They are mostly plastic and beer can! :)
Ahhh the days of real metal and chrome....now those were cars!!!
 

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Love the Pontiacs guys!
In my 1:25 model car days I made this Factory stock one.
Often thought about doing a stock car but never did.
I won a few trophies with this bad boy.







 
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