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Just wanted to say hello.
Kinda just got into the hobby (obsession) meaning a little less then 100 in 4 months. My father is a collector and so are some friends. I got the bug big time. Had to put up a shelf 12' long to put cars on. I save the boxes but display mine, no fun in storage. Got a 66 GTO ragtop 1/24 and it started, no turning back. Trying to get in to building my own. Have a few kits I assembled myself that "aint half bad". Man I'm having fun with this. Now if I can just find a 1973 and 1974 GTO in 1/64 my Goats will be complete.
 

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Welcome aboard bob8748! You'll find this site pretty full of info on all brands of diecast. You are in luck as I mentioned in the JL section of hte board on the 73 GTO being done. A 1974 version would be nice, but that will be a wait and see thing I think.
I collect Trans Am's so I know your pain, or is it joy! LOL Again, welcome aboard!
Chris
 

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JL has a 73 huh? I collect Johnny Lightnings. Thanks for the info. I am also trying to get all Firebird T/A years, as well as Chargers.
 

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Hey Superduty455
I have been all over the JL website and found nothing on the 73 GTO. Can you give any info on where to find it?
 

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Thanks for the tip :thumbsup:
I told the folks on my Pontiac board about it, will be a big seller. I hope to get my 66 GTO this weekend (real car). Anyone know of a 66 goat convertable in midnight blue, any scale?
 
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