Their line-up is still pretty much a yawner... and not for nuthin, but plenty of suggestions were made... 10 months worth to be exact.Concept camaros, Mustangs, and 4 wheelers take a look.
Not really...what you guys desire does not translate into constant sales, not enough to justify the cost of lic, other fees and production.....Lets hope in 12 months from now we see some changes, but I have seen before, and said in the thread, how these companies seem to go out of their way to ingnore enthusiasts. A shame.
I guess AW is just scraping by with all their muscle car licenses then? :freak:Not really...what you guys desire does not translate into constant sales, not enough to justify the cost of lic, other fees and production.....
Lets face it's not enough of us to generate the sales they would need..if we had the same constant numbers like they have in HO Scale Trains we would see some serious exotic stuff....
The criteria to contribute was not "tell us only what we want to hear... and while you're at it make sure it's a financial homerun"... If that was the case we probably coulda cut to the chase a heck of a lot sooner. Thankfully though, as resourceful as us HT slottards are, it did become (and remains still) a real lot of thoughtful suggestions and opinions ... shared among friends on this board. Whether they were even considered is academic at this point... It was still well worth batting around.... nd...what you guys desire does not translate into constant sales, not enough to justify the cost of lic, other fees and production.....
Walthers may have done away with set-only cars. Except for the Snap-On Nomad set, I don't think they had any set-only cars in the last 2 years. I am positive that the entire 2009 lineup was available as singles or in a twinpack.LL shoots themselves in the foot a lot by offering so many cool cars only in sets. I mean, thats fine to buy the set to get the cars if youre starting from scratch, but any car in a set should be available by itself or in a twinpak.
My "contact" within Lifelike is actually one of the members of our board, who shall remain behind the curtain unless he chooses to reveal himself. I have had no conversations with him about the 2010 lineup.Joe - Didn't you have contact with a person in the know at Walthers? If so, when are they planning to release the NEW 2010 NASCAR COT body style... with a spoiler, NOT a wing?
Please LMK if you already have pics. I'd be interested to see exactly what has changed on the body.