I don't think that was the case, because she didn't ask but $1.00 per. So I was glad to pay $3.00 for them. Thats the price she had on all her Hot Wheels. These just happened to catch my eye. I believe the dyed explaination, I just don't think anyone would go through all that trouble for practically no profit what so ever. I also believe that it was reblistered. I just think that it was a great job of it. Other than these 3 all the other cars looked to be from the late 90s. But nothing hard to find or anything. I will never know how these got in the mix.They didn't die, they were dyed lol. Definitely a custom job and the seller was clueless or just wanted you to buy them and pleaded ignorance hoping you would. Hopefully you didn't pay too much for them.
There are techniques maybe the customizing forum has better answers, but you can remove the bilsters (at least I used to hear of this) with lighter fluid and they can be reattached with I think a thin layer of glue typically. Usually easy to tell a blister has been resealed but some guys are really good at it.How do you go about reblistering them?
Hi, I have a Dairy Delivery the same way. As I understand it, someone was dying them as a custom job. He was on the old AOL Special Intrest Group. You would send him two Dairy Deliverys and he would return one that had been died. Later, Someone asked for ten of them for a special project and was to return one to you customized. I sent 10 and never heard from him again. Thanks, Dan.I bought these 3 Hot Wheels at a flea market. The woman said she guessed they came that way. But I am sure that somebody had to have customized them. But I will say this, they are very well done. Click on thumbs.