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I went to the Valley today ( 2hr drive ) and this one had to come home with me.

I couldn't leave it behind as it was just wayyyyyyyy too Kool to not have in my collection.

I buy very little Hot Wheels these days but this one had to come home to the Coast :thumbsup:

Copper Stopper from the Blvd Lineup





 

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I went to the Valley today ( 2hr drive ) and this one had to come home with me.

I couldn't leave it behind as it was just wayyyyyyyy too Kool to not have in my collection.

I buy very little Hot Wheels these days but this one had to come home to the Coast :thumbsup:

Copper Stopper from the Blvd Lineup






That is very sweet, would love to add one of those to my collection.
 

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Reminds me slightly of one of my favorite late '60s customs, Chuck Miller's "Engine No. 13".
A Detroit customizer that won the 1968 Riddler Award with this C cab truck.
Chuck Miller is better known for creating the origonal "Zingers!" around the same time period.
 

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Reminds me slightly of one of my favorite late '60s customs, Chuck Miller's "Engine No. 13".
A Detroit customizer that won the 1968 Riddler Award with this C cab truck.
Chuck Miller is better known for creating the origonal "Zingers!" around the same time period.

:thumbsup::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo: Now that is very sweet.
 

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uh... isn't this just another re-pop of the Paddy Wagon cast?

Why do they keep screwing with the names?.. AND the front wheels are too big... u can see the whole car leanin back... was designed to have smaller wheels in front!
 

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Thanks guys for the comments .... I know the front tires are a little large, but that can always be taken care of with a wheel swap.

Now that is one Kool model kit.... Do you remember where you purchased it at ??
 

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Hobby Lobby. Got it on sale for about $10.

I enjoyed the build, but it had a lot of little niggling issues...
Thanks a bunch for lettin me know, :thumbsup:
I was at a Hobby Lobby this weekend, 2hrs away but they didn't have much for diecast which I thought was weird considering everyone else here on HT across the US have found many items at theres. Maybe I will have better luck at the next HL if I can find another one close by.
 
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