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Old 03-09-2005, 04:02 AM   #1
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im sure most of you remeber the ones back in the 80'* im sure plently of you are aware of the decline in looks since then, what with the corrent ones that are a mess or radioactive neon colors that resemble a vehicle of some sort, but there is also a line currently in production of real life cars, they have the subaru WRC and WRX, jeep wrangler, didge viper, ford mustang, mazda RX-8, honda *-2000, chevy corvette, and the line is growing, i just got the mustang today and started wondering what the hardcore gearheads would tihnk of them, i apologiz ein adavnc eofr the image quality im working with a 5 year old webcam here


just a normal mustang model?


look at all that detail, must be


wrong!


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I have the red Dodge Viper, given to me for Christmas, I love the thing. They ARE insanely detailed...and I've been trying to convince myself that I don't need that Mustang GT transformer...and it'* not working...

I WANT ONE!!!!!!

cooool...

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i really love the fact that they are trandformable but mainttain doors, hood, seats, egine detail, and usually a trunk, ive seen model cars that dont even have an opening trunk/doors
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yeah, not to mention the tiny rearview mirrors, lifelike headlights and taillights, tires with tread, tiny shifter, tiny PARKING BRAKE LEVER for heaven'* sake, tiny speakers, and tiny air vents...

Though I am still not admitting how much time I blow playing with this thing...

EDIT:: My original thread... --> http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=28431

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Ryan want...what are they worth?
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1:24 scale and $20
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is it just me, or is the stang a pain in the *** to get the floor and roof to latch just right when putting it back in car mode??
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is it just me, or is the stang a pain in the A$$ to get the floor and roof to latch just right when putting it back in car mode??
those parts are easy for me, the hard part for me is getting the arms in and out of the engine compartment for transformation, unless they just happen to pop out of the joint in which case its easier to transform the shoulder then attach the forearms when its done
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I usually rip the doors off to transform mine, then clip them back on. Still a cool toy though. I want to get the yellow jeep or the black viper next I think.
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