I have no idea, is this a new model?
A South Texas search yielded nothing, so I assume it is. And yeah, it is pretty nice. This reeks of “premium model one year, Super TH the next”, so we will see if I am right. If it is, we won’t complain.
Other than that, not much to say. Tommy Boy is a movie that many folks like to quote, and I have seen it, but can’t quote anything from the movie. I do remember the car was not treated very well, so thank goodness Mattel gave us the before-version, instead of the after-version without a door. It makes for a better model. And a really good-looking one at that.
We think a few of you might like this one. We do.
(And you can find it on ebay…)
Hot Wheels 1967 Plymouth Belvedere GTX (2014 Retro Entertainment):
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It's actually a very nice vintage model (even if I'm not a fan of vintages)! Plus, it is a new model as well for the Retro Entertainment and will come to the mainline soon. Chaps!
There is another '67 Plymouth Belvedere/GTX casting that is a normal hardtop and has a very low profile spoiler on the decklid. It's been in a Moose muscle 5 pack, 2011 Garage series and was in the mainline a couple years ago. Without one in front of me, though, I'm not sure if this is just a new body tooling (with a convertible top and no spoiler), of if it is a completely new tooling (body, base, interior). I believe it is a completely new tooling because I don't think the bases are the same or interchangeable.
That being said, I really like this car.
Is a moose muscle the same as a moose knuckle?
DAMN AUTOCORRECT! LOL
That is meant to say Mopar…