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I love the fact that M2s can be made interchangebale and you can make mix and match versions. Thanks Sean!!!

Here are some Torinos I worked on recently. First, the blue 70 Torino GT. It came with a blue interior and cast aluminum wheels with exposed headlights. The second one has the hidden headlight grille from another GT, a white bucket seat interior, and Magnum 500s.




These are 2 Cobras. The orange has a simple GL Magnum 500 wheel swaps after a standard chassis swap. The silver had a chassis swap and the wheels from the Torino pictured above.
 

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I really like the blue '70 Torino GT with the laser stripe.
have never seen that one before.
it's funny. I own a 1:1 cobra jet Torino yet I continually walk away from these M2 Torino's without buying them.
I cannot stand the stupid rear wing on the trunk lid. it looks stupid.

That being said, if I ever see one of those nice blue Torino GT's on the shelf, I would snatch it up in a minute.
 

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I dislike the wings on most diecast, not just the Torino. And the one on the new HW Hurst Olds has to be the WORST!
 
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