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That is a tough one to get. You don't see it that often. However I don't think it's a very popular car like the rebel or flamed 55's. But it would not surprise me if it goes big cause you just cant find it. Thankfully I bought mine a few years ago when three were up around the same time. I got it for $99.00
 

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I wouldnt mind having one to match my yellow AFX jeep with orange trim which is just about as rare. But thats just too rich for my blood...
 

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Nope,

Then it would be an original minty flamed AFX speedsteer Blazer body on an original minty
NOS AFX Magnatraction chassis.

The nitrous oxide makes it go faster.
 

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So,IF it only came on a speed steer chassis, can it be called original even though the body & chassis or not repops?.....hmmm
I think any unaltered body including original (not re glued bumpers) is an original car. The chassis does not matter because you can change it anytime.
 

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I think any unaltered body including original (not re glued bumpers) is an original car. The chassis does not matter because you can change it anytime.
Yeah, it's not like there's a matching numbers body to chassis thing going on here. ;) rr
 
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