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I remember watching her on Barrett Jackson a few years ago selling one of their cars for what i beleive was for charity on auction, good stuff & a lot of history there
 

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Looks very well done, the car and Linda Vaughn.
This must be 1:18, it's very sharp. I've seen other 1:18 figures and they look completely fake, like the really awful figure of Enzo Ferrari I saw on Ebay for $600, and people were bidding! But this one has some legs - so to speak.
 

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Hi All,

I was out in Las Vegas in 2001 for the SEMA show. One of the booths, I believe it was the Hurst booth, had the Hurst Hairy Olds on display. They also had Linda Vaughn there signing autographs.

Well as luck would have it, Halloween fell right at the same time as the show. I was standing in the Ford booth on Halloween when Linda Vaughn walked in. She was dressed as Marylin Monroe from "The Seven Year Itch", white dress and all. Let's just say she filled out the dress :thumbsup: I wish I had taken a picture of her. It would have been one for the scrapbook.

Take care and have a great Friday and weekend all.

Scott
 
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