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looks cool, first thing i would do is take 4 narrow wheels and stack them to replace the rear tires. been looking for that one as well.
 

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Nice Hiway Hauler 2 Congrats.:wave::thumbsup:
 

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Strange color combination and looks very generic. And they went to a single axle to save a few cents. The original Hiway Hauler looks like it could almost be a real truck, but not this. Just like the Deora and Deora II, you can't improve on a classic.
 

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I like the look of the cab and chassis... but I don't care for the stylized box. Even on modern trucks, they have boxes that look the same as those made 40 years ago.
 

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heh, heh, heh...me wife picked up a couple of those for me today...one will be customized into a post apocalypse/ jeepers creepers type ride...bwahhh haw haw haw!:devil:
 

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Nice Video Mark Congrats.:wave::thumbsup:
 

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Strange color combination and looks very generic. And they went to a single axle to save a few cents. The original Hiway Hauler looks like it could almost be a real truck, but not this. Just like the Deora and Deora II, you can't improve on a classic.
The truth has been spoken, The Hiway Hauler is one hw i buy whenever i see one, bit this, ummm, no!
 

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Strange color combination and looks very generic. And they went to a single axle to save a few cents. The original Hiway Hauler looks like it could almost be a real truck, but not this. Just like the Deora and Deora II, you can't improve on a classic.
If you have yet to see this in person you will definitely be disappointed as its 90% plastic.... Pure junk for a mainline :rolleyes:.... I tossed it back on the peg after I held it.
 
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