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If the name is on the base/model, I can't find it.

Also, I bought dozens of Nick Eggs and have several of the other
models but for this motorcycle, I had to trade to get this model.
Was it just my luck? Was it shorter produced? What, What?



I believe that there were 11 models.
Here are the other models from that year's release.









 

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The bike is officially the MB631 Dirt Bike without rider. It was based on the MB430 Dirt Bike, although obviously that one had a rider on it. This version of the MB631 was the only one ever released.

It is not actually the hardest to find. There were actually 12 models in the Nick Easter Eggs that year; all exclusive. The hardest was the MB571 Sea Rescue Helicopter in olive green. That was a very low production number compared to others.

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These are from 2005. I have extras of all of them except the Sea Rescue Helicopter.

I had bought extras because I planned to use them for my parties.
I was going to have a special 'Spongebob' playtable! But I have learned
a couple things.

Kids don't keep specific cars on the specific tables. If they like a car,
they will take it to every table to play with. That means if it has open
wheels/axles, they will still put it through the Hot Wheels boosters and
ruin the axles.

I can't use models with wide axles. They won't fit on the track.

I can't use too many models that are heavy. I can have some for the
downhill track and the play tables but really, I need HW track cars designed
for the boosters, loops and curves. Those get 'used' up with lots of abuse.

Actually, I can still use them with my track connectors.
http://www.racegrooves.com/$$/eB/rG/conn_sales.htm
 
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