Are you all a little case-confused?
E Cases were released, but no Zamacs, F Cases were at Kmart, and are now at many Walmarts, G Cases hit hobby dealers, and is now on short cards internationally, and we have even seen previews of the H Case. Not to mention all kinds of different assortments are being found in Easter bins at Walmart.
At least there is a lot of cool stuff to try and find.
In the midst of all this confusion, we will do our most straight-forward post we do on Lamley. We just got the US F Case, so why not open it and see what is inside. That shouldn’t be too confusing. At least we hope.
As always, we like to open a US Case here at Lamley, just to see if it is a little different than the International assortment. This time it will be a little different, because many hobby dealers, including our friends at Wheel Collectors, didn’t get the International F Cases they ordered. Instead they found themselves with G Cases, which no one complained about. So we don’t have an International F Case to compare with the US Case. Oh well.
Enough chat. Let’s get to is shall we?
As usual, here is the US 72-count F Case, pulled 3-by-3.
The first 36:
The second 36:
Not many surprises here, but some great models. This particular case had no Super nor Regular TH, but it does contain some pretty nice models. We have featured most before, and you can probably guess which models will be part of the Lamley collection.
One way or the other, this is case assortment is probably what those of you who have found F Cases will see. Not bad..