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Who would like to see M2 make model kits in so called 1:64 scale?

How about 2 sets of wheels and tires, different engines, 2 hoods?

Johnny Lightning made them, and I miss them not being made anymore.
 

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When I find one that is assembled wrong it becomes a model kit for me to go home and put it back together right :lol:

Okay its not the same but it has the same concept :lol:
 

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Thats Funny

Ask Stangfreak about that. I think it happens to all of us, but Steve runs into that M2 repair stuff. They are attracted to him. May be they should call them repair kits and not model kits??? Just givin you hard time Sean. I really love M2s. No other diecast company lends itself helping the customizers like M2 Does. Pre-manufacture narrow rear ends. Uses screws instead of rivets On all of your cars. Host a contest monthly for customizers. What more can a customizer ask for!!!:thumbsup:
 

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Who would like to see M2 make model kits in so called 1:64 scale?

How about 2 sets of wheels and tires, different engines, 2 hoods?

Johnny Lightning made them, and I miss them not being made anymore.
This is a great idea. Thanks to screws instead of rivets, kitbashing is easy. This Fairlane I've shown before started as an Auto-Drags.
 

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Ya got my vote, Doc!
I would add a decal sheet to the list for sure though.



A decal sheet would be nice Dave. Johnny Lightning Rebel Rods model kits had decal sheets.
 
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