No it is NOT a prototype!SCJ is it a prototype? I thought the color scheme for the Blue Super II one was Blue and Black? I also thought the bodies were molded. that one looks painted. Heck, I was wondering who did the paint job so they could paint me a red/white and blue one.
Bill, since your a self proclaimed collector of all that is non shelf queen oriented, I'm surprised you know about the never produced Super II bodies.........most collectors that aren't die hard AFX folks have never heard of the never produced Super II Duster or Alfa Romeo.Yeah yeah it's the big bad blue one second only to the never produced one. Regardless of it's rarity...it's terminally broken.
:roll:Yeah John, funny how the mind retains things not relevant to what your main intrests are. I bumble along and try to keep up with the bevy of AFX experts we have.
If memory serves, keeping in mind that I do inadvertantly sniff a lot of glue, I believe I picked the Super ll factiods up in an article or linked piece from the "HO Whirled" archives. I recollect that it was thorough, well put together and contained a storehouse of information. It was a great read...but dogged if I can remember exactly where it was.
No doubt when I'm secretly hotrodding my wheel chair at the old slot-tards home, I'll be loudling cackling some inane slotfacts and muttering under my breath about something that never was and that which was vacuum formed in reverse.
More cool facts! :thumbsup:
I have never seen a real one. But I would think the black you see in pictures is the black chassis through the clear body.SCJ,
The reason I asked if it was a prototype is because its lacking the black paint on the body. Which to me meant is was unfinished thus a prototype. Please school me old wise one.