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I went to my local hobby shop, picked up a black CG '64 Dodge 330. It's the first new diecast I'd bought in a while. I had to open this one right away, as it's becoming one of my fave castings. Right away, I noticed that a front and rear corner of the bumpers look as if they'd been dropped on concrete. There was also a pinhead-sized chip on one of the post corners. I immediately got a refund, and replaced it with another one. Nice paint this time, but the D**N REAR AXLE WAS LOOSE!!! JEEZ!! For $5.00 a car, you'd think this would be taken care of. This is beginning to remind me of the crap that RC made about 10 years ago. How about putting more effort in car quality rather than those elaborate, kevlar-like blisters? Hope that this isn't becoming all too common.

Sorry for the rant--but justified,
Glenn
 

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Man, that's too bad that it went that way for you. I feel your frustration though - does seem like a larger number slip through QC. Price up - quality down, we know where that leads :(
 
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