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Realize that these two might be very hard to find or even quite rare.

To complete the set of six cars in the 1/64 Homie Rollerz group ( I have four cars of the six), I need a
'57 Chevy and a
'51 Chevy pickup.

Colors would not matter to me nor who the two figurines are.

Thanks. :)
 

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Been to my local Big Lots countless times. Haven't seen any there in over a year and a half!

Where are your Big Lots located, Big Mike?
 

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Bob, Those two Cars are fairly easy to locate.

Wave 1 and 2 Cars all came with Chrome Wheels
except for the two Cars below that came in both

Wave 3 never made it to the Public

VVHTF Cars from Wave 1
Green 87 Regal with Gold Wheels
Tan 59 Impala with Gold Wheels


These Homie Rollerz have been gone for some time now

Good luck in your search
 

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I haven't seen any in Big Lots here in about a year. Wasn't really in to them so didn't pay them any attention beyond a passing glance.
 

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might want to double check that about the VVHTF...

I think all of the releases had each cast done in 2 different colors
I have both of the 59 Impala's... the orange and the tan...pretty sure I have the common versions of each and the tan I have has gold wheels and the orange I have has chrome wheels

Believe the VVHTF ones were the few that they mixed up the wheels on... cuz someone once asked me if I had the orange withe thegold wheels... I think that is the HTF one

another tip, watch out if they are out of package.... the chassis/bases on these screw on and looks pretty easy to just switch wheels and axles
 

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might want to double check that about the VVHTF...

I think all of the releases had each cast done in 2 different colors
Yes both Series had 2 Colors for each Car but the Gold Wheels were
the Hardest to locate over all the Chrome Wheels.


Now the Street Lows had Chrome Wheels and Gold Wheels for all 4
Cars for the Series but there were 280 Variations for the Series.

Preproduction Street Lows were very Hard to Locate as they had
the different packages over the common retail packages.

Jada was at there highest back in 1999 but they soon changed to
a Micro Corp who only wants to play part of the time. Sad situation
but hey what can a person say or do. I just buy extras to do Kustoms.
 

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hey..post revival!

don't know about how that last post read, regarding just the Homie Rollers...
like I said, at the time...I had both the tan (w/gold wheels) and the orange (w/silver wheels) 59 Impalas, and was pretty sure I had the easiest ones to find out there..

but acquired this from a collection a friend of mine was going thru, wheelin and dealin, and this one loose... it's the orange 59 with gold wheels

 

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opps

opps- just relized we were talking Homie Rollers not Street Low - oh well those are still cool pieces but here are the 2 rare Gold variation I see mentioned above



 
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