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Ok the zingers street freaks..

Regular issues..

Most seem to have black plastic rubber tires..

I have found three that have redline rubber tires..

I found this morning the bye bye birdie that has black wall rubber tires.. I thought maybe the tires were on backwards and the redlines were on the inside of the tire.. But their not?

So my questions is..

Is this a new variation??

And what is the production run on the redline tires.. They seem as hard to find as the wl's.. :tongue:
 

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Ok the zingers street freaks..

Regular issues..

Most seem to have black plastic rubber tires..

I have found three that have redline rubber tires..

I found this morning the bye bye birdie that has black wall rubber tires.. I thought maybe the tires were on backwards and the redlines were on the inside of the tire.. But their not?

So my questions is..

Is this a new variation??

And what is the production run on the redline tires.. They seem as hard to find as the wl's.. :tongue:
I could be entirely wrong here, it won't be the first or probably the last time, but from the research I've done, it appears that whether black walls or red lines depends on which release the cars came from. I've personally never seen black wall and redline examples of a car, with the rubber tires, from the same release. Of course if I am wrong, someone on the bb will have the correct answers, and I bet, pictures to back it up. :D
-Charlie-
 
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