Ditto, but a dirty version of the "General Lee" and Hazzard cop cars are a must have. Also I think (2) if not (3) Dodge 1977 Monaco Police Car should be in a inner. I see why 3 GL's are in there. But two Daisy's Jeep CJ, Daisy's 1972 Roadrunner, and Cooter's 1970 Camaro(FUTURE PEG WARMERS). Same marketing mistakes in my eye. A "Hazzard County" cop car(I would like at least 5 in my diorama chasing the General Lee) would be a hot seller.GeraldE61 said:Not that excited by this release.
oh please god, make it come true. this casting would have so much potential. it could easily be used over and over in future HOW releases and police vehicle releases. :thumbsup:Macs_Little_Car said:This assortment is slated to contain
One each of the following:
Dodge 1977 Monaco Police Car
actually the RC2 cooter's camaro is one of the most sought after currently produced 1/64 DOH car to my knowledge. i remember that i got lucky when i scored mine and paid next to nothing for it in a multiple car lot purchase. back then they were selling on average for $35. i haven't come across one lately but there is a seller trying to get $89.95 for a loose one. :freak: the double zero stang also tends to bring in some serious cash and always had. who knows what the future could bring. you may be correct. by the time they come out, the market could pass for what movie/tv car collectors are looking for. :drunk:darkwiz said:Cooter's 1970 Camaro(FUTURE PEG WARMERS). Same marketing mistakes in my eye.
Correct- the pilot episode and the first few episodes did use the '74 Monaco. A '77 Monaco would be even better, but it seems unlikely we'll get one soon. Of course, Yatming and Hot Wheels (Charawheels- Batman set- Joker's car) do this Monaco in 1/64, so there is hope.MoparNut360 said:At least the '74 Monaco would be somewhat accurate,I believe they had a few of those monacos in some of the earlier episodes.