summitdrinker said:LOL, good one......but mopars sell the most maybe
scrambler81 said:I'd just like to see them steer away from muscle cars for a while. GM, Ford, Mopar - It doesn't matter, they've all been done to death. There have been plenty of interesting and/or popular cars that didn't fall into the performance catagory, and I'd love to see more of that. Now, don't all start calling me a blasphemer, I don't want muscle to go away forever, I just want something else to go with it. Those big blocks weren't out on the road alone, you know?
Maybe it has run it's course. Who knows. We've seen 6 car and 12 car sets along with 5 car and 10 car boxes. That's a lot of Mopars. Maybe RC2 could give them a 2 year break and bring them back?Macs_Little_Car said:From my experience, the Mopar or No Cars don't really sell that well.. the Classic Gold is a real good seller and so is the newer 60s Sizzle.. but the Mopar or No Car didn't sell real well for R10, maybe R11 will do better... once it gets here
I would have to agree with you on the wheels. The thin wheels on the Vette's and Camaro's were a definate bummer. Especially on the 50th Vette and the 35th Camaro, though they did repair the 35th Anniversary problem in the later Camaro Legends box set.Wyatt said:I think what killed the Camaros 35th was the wheels. I also think Super 70's, Thunderbirds, and Pro Collector sets would have done better with decent wheels. Not sure about the Corvettes.
Yeah, but there wasn't much made in the '80s-90s by Mopar that would be very interesting in diecast, I think (JL already did a Viper and a Ram) ..glhshelby said:There are also lots of cuda`s and challengers that could be made and they haven`t even tried yet so I believe there is plenty of room to continue building 60`s and 70`s cars and they have hardly touched cars from the 80`s and 90`s.
I'm surprised they didn't do a Cooters tow truck, but that would have had to have been a new tool..the Cooters Camaro was an odd one to me, I don't recall anything like that in the series, but RC2 did one a few years ago also..IMO they also have plenty of room to expand the dukes series.Most people I`ve talked to are dying for cooters tow truck and it still isn`t being made yet. I like the roadrunner but cooters truck should have easily replaced the RR for better sales. :freak:
I've been waiting for this car for years. :thumbsup:Galaxieman said:Corvette and Camaros have been done to death so naturally the interest will die off. Someday the Mustang will slow down but the variety of models Ford made of the Mustang keeps the collector car market wanting more.
The Talladegas have been done by JL but almost no one touches the 57 Fairlane. I have a 1:64 of that car by Imperial but it is the only one I have ever seen.
By the way I just saw a Flair Bird (64,5,6) Matchbox mint in the box bring $350 on the Bay. Does that seem to be interesting enough for JL or anyone else to do one