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Maybe 5thGen is listening?

With time on hand, ...was perusing my collection and contemplating getting some more 60's Camaros....

Noting that Greenlight recently, at least with the last few years(?) started doing the 1st Gen Camaro's (other than Auto World).
..Their 69 hardtop casting looks weird to me, like the rear wheel wells are wrong.(even different from their convertible casting from years ago...)

But looking at other brands, there are a lot of subtle differences

My question is, what brand makes the most accurate body for a 1/64th scale 60's Camaro's, especially the 69? (my fav)

now I know that Hot Wheels always has to make room for their giant, out of scale wheels, but they are only $1 and technically made for the kids...
... and it looks like the latest 67 from Greenlight looks really good
 

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I like them all, for a few bucks I don't expect them to be perfect.

M2 makes a nice one...


Here is a Jada


I really like the Johnny Lightning


Another M2


Greenlight


Hot Wheels


But I will agree some of them seem a little off sometimes
 

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The JL reminds me that they did update the casting for the 69 a long time ago... don't know if you were around for the old "overweight" looking 69 cast or not...

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The Greenlight 69 still strikes me as weird, especially in the pic you posted, with the exagerated fender lines, almost looks like a Monte Carlo...
 
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