I hear ya, I have no choice in not shopping at Walmart for M2 as all of my Stores dropped the line....I have not seen that one before! If I had, I would have had to have it too. May have to go looking for it online.
As far as I can tell from the outlines they have posted on the shelves (the reset itself is not yet done by the look of things) my Walmart also will no longer be carrying M2s - or JLs. And are reducing the amount of room (pegs) for Hot Wheels of any line. I am going to protest by the only method I have available - by my wallet. I will no longer be doing any shopping in my local Walmart, not just diecast, but I also will no longer buy any clothes, auto supplies, groceries, anything from my local Walmart. I will go to others in surrounding areas that still carry M2s. I doubt if I make any noticeable dip in sales for the local Walmart (somehow I suspect even if all of us collectors got together and did the same thing it probably would not make a noticeable dip, either - then again, who knows?) but at least I'll know it won't be getting any more of my money, and I'll be rewarding the stores that do carry what I want. Dissatisfaction has to be shown starting somewhere!
You mean this one? It's been out awhile. Got mine at Hobby Lobby along with the sign. I seriously want the chase version.There is a new (at least to me) Chevy truck/auto carrier out with a '57 Chevy on the carrier and a sign on the carrier with Chevy's "OK Used Cars". The truck and trailer are painted red! I spotted it at my local Walmart yesterday. It's so sharp lookin' I ended up buying it!:thumbsup: I'll post some pix of it soon!
Yep...that's the one!:thumbsup: Didn't know that it had been out for a while. In the stores around here, the car carriers seem to sell fast, while the box vans seem to just sit on the shelves.You mean this one? It's been out awhile. Got mine at Hobby Lobby along with the sign. I seriously want the chase version.
That's been my observation too - van trailer rigs sit the longest while the car carriers, enclosed car transporter, flatbed and race car lowboy vanish pretty quick in my neck of the woods. Have to admit the other trailers are a better bang for the buck as they include a M2 car while van trailers don't.In the stores around here, the car carriers seem to sell fast, while the box vans seem to just sit on the shelves.