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Any plate. Any diecast. Let's see them!

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Matchbox (MB758) 1954 Jaguar XK120SE
 

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Each of these carry the ZR-1 build code on their rear plates. The casting is another Hot Wheels "scope" on GM as it is a 'mule' car for testing the upcoming ZR1 production run. They ended up only building the coupes and cutting the convertible model. These are the 3 versions of the same casting issued under the Revealers banned in 1993. This series evolved into what we call the Mystery cars today - first in the black blister and now in the pillow packs. IIRC the came in water soluble wrappers that dissappeared when soaked in a water bath. It was easier to just unwrap them was the word back then. :thumbsup:


1993 Hot Wheels #7670 Revealers Custom Corvette
 
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