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Well, best wishes to you for sure....We have many wonderful sponsers here on Hobby Talk and would love to see you become one as well.

Just checked out a few quick items and was wondering about the pricing. $3 to $5 for .99 cent cars, $9.99 for $4 to $5 dollar castings? Again, this was just a quick peek in the racing section, and your ebay store link, but am I missing something?

Were pretty spoiled here on HT by our host sponsers, so you've got your work cut out! But the site does look good with a lot of search options and you do have a WIDE varity of cars.
 

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Our specialty is in providing access to older diecast models. The newer models are priced higher than you could find them in retail stores simply because we don't enjoy the same buyer power as the walmarts and targets, therefore our costs are higher. We try to keep the prices down on the newer items, but will never realistically be able to compete with the big retailers. The older cars are priced based supply/demand. In the 11 years we have been in business, we rarely get pricing complaints. Of course we can't please everyone, but we never stop trying!

I am glad you like the way the site looks, and hope you will take the time to find the bargains, and also find some cars you need to fill in your collection.

Enjoy!
 
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