The RLC Candy Striper ’55 Chevy Bel Air Gassers have started to arrive, and an interesting discovery has been made. There is a very distinct color variation on the roof stripes:
Some have bright pink stripes, like the loose model in the front, and others have a florescent pink color that almost appears orange, like the packaged model. If this model wasn’t desirable enough, now we have a variation to pursue.
Once a variation is discovered, the first question is always which of the two is more rare? I have no idea, so my hope is that we can discover for ourselves. So I am asking you to report which variation you received here in the comments section.
Here is what I know:
- The bright pink stripe model has a base code of G49 and its card number is 0109/4000.
- The florescent/orange stripe model has a base code of H22 and its card number is 2585/4000.
- I have also seen two more bright pink stripe models, one coded G37 and numbered 977/4000, and the other coded G40 and numbered 0031/4000.