This 16 Angels Super TH will be heading into space soon. Better grab your replica now while it is still cheap.

I just want to let my Lamley Readers in on a little secret.  You better grab a 16 Angels Super now, because you will regret it if you don’t.


Why?  Cause it is headed into space.  At least it’s going to try.  I will be heading out into my front yard and I’m gonna throw it up into the sky.  If I get it high enough, it might get into orbit.  I don’t know if it will work, and I won’t tell you if it does.  Just assume it did.  I have a strong arm.

And if it does, values of the 16 Angels will skyrocket (see what I did there?).  Just like the 2016 release of the Hot Wheels Tesla Roadster.  If you didn’t know, one is currently floating through space on the dash of a real Tesla Roadster that was launched into said space aboard SpaceX’s Falcon Heavy Rocket.


And since it started its space trip, values of those left behind on earth are blowing up.  Not a surprise, because it’s cool.  But I want in on the action.  So I am sending a 16 Angels, your Worst Super of 2017″ into space.  I hope.  It may not make it higher than my front tree, but you’ll never know.  You’ll just want one.

And just a heads up that once I count which model I have the most of, maybe a Fangster, I am going to launch one of those into space too.  You’ve been warned.

13 Replies to “This 16 Angels Super TH will be heading into space soon. Better grab your replica now while it is still cheap.”

  1. Wow…if I had known this is what was going to happen to the prices of the very ho-hum 2016 release of the Tesla, I’d have picked some up. I also would have kept the $uper I found carded instead of opening it. Oh well…20/20 hindsight and whatnot.

  2. I think I’ve got the maroon/crimson Tesla that matches the one in space. At least if I can figure out which case it’s imprisoned in.

  3. I like the original 2001 version of the 16 Angels: metal body/base, candy purple paint very similar to the JH2 C210, and huge, visible engine. It reminds me of the original early ’70s redlines.

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