They are not errors as a error has to be something wrong with the Car itself, not being packaged wrong...... Don't let others fool ya gettin ya to think otherwise.I've seen upside down, facing the wrong way (Matchbox style), and even with all wheels on the card like it was driving on the wall. Are these considered a valuable error?
Exactly right. An error is something like PR5s on the front and MC5s on the rear...it would be noticeable if the car is removed from the packaging. I believe, however, that they could be easily faked; therefore, a legitimate error should be left on the card.They are not errors as a error has to be something wrong with the Car itself, not being packaged wrong...... Don't let others fool ya gettin ya to think otherwise.
There are many collectors who like those type of mistakes.
As several people have mentioned there are a lot of different types of errros: wrong car in the blister, mis matched wheels, no wheels, missing windshields just to name a few.
yeah same here with the red 86 iroc camaro... did not even realize it untill the car fell out of the package...so i quickly stuck it back in and glued the blister back on...cant tell that easily atleast. mine has PR5's on the rear and mc5's on the frontI opened a missing windshield Batmobile one day and didn't even realize.