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Kenner licensed Denys Fisher to make their "Smash-Up Derby" cars. These models had doors, hoods, trunks and wheels that would fly off on impact as Kenner casting models.

Denys Fisher issued a game (their specialty was board games) called "Smash Up Derby; T-Bone Crash" which may have used these models as board pieces.

Another interesting game title noted as issued by them as well was called James Hunt's Grand Prix Racing Game (1976). (The interest would be in the type of game pieces used?)



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