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Which one is more valuable to you:

A rare car with no graphics whatsoever but low production numbers aka chase car, or...
A readily available car with beautiful graphics, paint, wheels etc.

I won`t take "same" as an answer...

TURK
 

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Turk...generally I like beauitiful graphics, paint and wheels over a car with no graphics...but since I like to collect rare pieces...the rare piece is more 'valuable' to me.
 

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Well, If we were talking about Graphics, Wheels, Paint, then I would have to see a '69 Camaro, done up in Yenko graphics, same goes for the Chevelle. But, then again. Since we are talking about rare peices, they would either have to be chrome, gold, or platinum. So, Grapihcs, Wheels, Paint for me.
 

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Not really a chase car collector so I would rather have the beautiful looking car.
 

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Well I have to qualify my answer..............

From a resellers point of view, give me plenty of beautiful cars...........

If I'm wearing my collectors hat I like nice chase cars................

Chase cars need to be few and far between................

Too many ruin the collectability.................

Like Ertl putting one Chase car in each case if 6 1/18's............
 

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Readily available, no question. All of my cars come out of their package eventually, plus I like being able to customize and repaint them. If something is shortpacked, it just means I can buy fewer of them.
 
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