Short Cards were designed for the International Countries first then Target jumped on the wagon and wanted them for their checkout lanes, then Walmart got whiff of what Target got and wanted them too. So moral of the story is short cards are the same as long cards in price.Oh Ok. The ones I have arent TH's. They are just regular issue cars. Thank you though for the info.
Oh I'm hopeless! I went and bought the mainline after all.Oh so that's how they make me buy it. I was digging through a bin just today and left about three of the regular mainline Camaros behind because I just didn't like them. Well, put real riders on them and it's a deal... Same goes for the Malibu, blue stripe and i won't buy it. I think I need to go away and reevaluate my collecting...
That was found in a Walmart Dump Bin. 9 K cases, (8 sealed, 1 laid on top loose)
I didn't get any DW-1's but I there was a '65 Chevy Malibu in each case
and 3 cases had the hidden Supers.
Not according to the bay and HWC...the DW-1 was a limited release in the L case assortment, and is not supposed to appear in the shipments after this release. That is why it was hit or miss, if you got the DW-1, most likely you didnt get a $uper camaro, and likewise.No way. The DW-1 is a regular, basic issue car and is not expected to be a limited release.