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Ok we have seen several castings get the plastic base treatment (Let's please not get into that argument again) What NEW casting would you like to see released in the next Forever 64 assortment?

I'll start it off with the 1964 VW Beetle casting
 

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I'd kind of like to see a '39 Chevy done if you're talking "brand new" castings. Otherwise, I'd settle for a '65 GTO
 

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VW Cabriolet, Ford Wagon and some of the other non-mainstream pieces that could break up the mustang, superbird and camaro run they are on............



:thumbsup: I totally agree, but I would guess those are being produced because that's what is selling, for now.
 

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If we're talking about an existing casting, I'd like to see the mid 80s Olds Cutlass. For an all new casting, I'd like to see the Dodge Aspen that was mentioned a couple of years ago.
 

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'70 Chrysler 300H (Hurst)

For me,
I'd like to see a 1970 Chrysler 300H







if its casted correctly, the body would be so heavy it wouldnt
matter if it had a plastic base.
 

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I like cudas, goats, trans ams, and oldies, like late 30's late 40's and 50's era cars.
Perhaps JL will do some of them in metal.
Richard
 

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I used to have one, I like the styling...It was bright yellow with 60's in the front and 50's in the back. I wish I had a photo it was sweet. Thanks for the welcome!
 
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