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    m2 vans

    i was at walmart and there was dodge earlys and ford earlys but no chevys ....wtf

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65dream View Post
    i was at walmart and there was dodge earlys and ford earlys but no chevys ....wtf
    They were at Target! LOL
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    Lol I should have mentioned m2 was the company making the hot wheels sized diecasts. They looked cool. But not chevys

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    Only early Chevy models made were the mini-lindys

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    Quote Originally Posted by 65dream View Post
    i was at walmart and there was dodge earlys and ford earlys but no chevys ....wtf
    Frank, maybe you got there too late and all the good ones (Chevys) were gone. ;>)
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    No one has ever done a 64-66 Chevy van in any scale or material. I've been trying to change this for years now. If all goes well we'll get a good bunch down to California next February and take a tour of Castline/M2 and maybe convince them to do a Chevy .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virtualvanner View Post
    No one has ever done a 64-66 Chevy van in any scale or material. I've been trying to change this for years now. If all goes well we'll get a good bunch down to California next February and take a tour of Castline/M2 and maybe convince them to do a Chevy .
    not true, I recently bought a 65 resin kit from the guy who makes them, need an A100 Little red wagon kit to complete it which I now have 2 of.
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    You have me there. What I meant is that no diecast/model/toy company had done them. The Jimmy Flintstone resin models are kind of a niche market low production item. I'm hoping to buy one of them at the Detroit Autorama in late February, shipping them to Canada can be very $$$. Do post pictures of your's once you get it done. In the meantime I'll continue my quest to have a diecast company do a 1/64 version. I have some new momentum going. Along the same lines, here's an incredibly talented individual building all kinds of custom vehicles from scratch in wood. All the parts are wood including the wheels. He doesn't seem to have a website but if you are on Facebook go here: https://www.facebook.com/homeskoold for Instagram users check out @homeskoold_customs . This Chevy is spoken for and is not quite finished . His work is kind of pricey but for a one of kind piece of art,it might be worth it.

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