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thats is sweeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeet

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Kick ass!!!!!

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Those look like Kris Horton's work. He works there you know.

Most definitely does.

Looks good, though!

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Don't know about you guys but I'm pitchin' a tent... in my pants.

Hay Jada: make a #$&@%ing Cadillac SIXTEEN already. <_<

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Looking at those "bling" wheels is kinda sad... if the Camaro comes out, expect plenty of adulterated and bastardized Camaro's in the next hippity-hoppity video and a street nearby...

The Red one is totally more awesomer.

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The 2nd one is a showroom floor edition. They are fully stock and in 1/18th scale. I bought a Dodge Magnum and it was that edition. They are fully stock and they also made a Charger as well. The Bigtime Muscles are cheaper and easier to find but they do wreck the cars with big wheels and big exhaust tips etc.

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Guest YellowJacket894

The Showroom Floor version is the one I want.

I hope that Wal-Mart (&#036;h&#33;, that sounds sad) will carry it so I don't have to pull a miracle out of my ass to get it.

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I hope Autoart soon makes one. As far as Jada Toy's diecasts go, I find their quality lacking, and the details lacking as well.

If only Lane Collectables would be do modern cars. That would be the bomb. Hand built in the USA!

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Where can I find a Showroom Floor edition model at?

The stupid local Wal-Mart doesn't carry them. (God I HATE Wal-Mart.) :rolleyes:

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YJ, Wal-Marts don't usually sell them. The only store I know of is Car Buffs in Square One in Mississauga (Toronto). It is a pretty good store except for the prices.

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So finding one in America would be like seeing Elvis eating a hoagie with Jesus. :(

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I could try Exoticar... :scratchchin:

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I've spent enough at Exoticar to have paid for the front clip

on the owner's Ferrari F50 and or his Aston Martin DB9s

recent tune up. Their warehouse is awsome, it used to be

in Framingham then it moved to Avon and now it's been

moved AGAIN. I've bought many $70 models from them in

their "damaged sale" and fixed up a few things to make

thme mostly mint $20 models that look like I spent $70. :spin:

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Check ebay or 1stop diecast (they are my vendor of choice for Johnny Lightnings, and I know they carry the Jada diecast).

www.1stopdiecast.com

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