My store has the throwback 18 Skittles hauler and it's the first time I've seriously considered getting one, even though I'm fairly certain they didn't reskin their semi and trailer for those two races.
I believe those haulers are a generic semi truck design. I don't think they are licensed by any of the truck manufacturers.
So yesterday I acquired more NASCAR Diecast from my friend. It was mostly Bill Elliott stuff, including an autographed Picture and 1:24 where the box was in bad shape. The oddest thing I got was an Bill Elliott Thunderbat autographed by Bill Elliott's wife. Most of the cars that were in the boxes were in rough shape so I opened them. I also acquired some more winged Dale Earnhardt Jr. Winged COT's.
So I did some magic last night with my tools. I received a Dale Earnhardt Jr Elvis Budweiser car on a base and a Dale Earnhardt Triple Crown Diecast set also on a base. I was able to remove the 2 1:64's off the base with an adjuster screwdriver my dad gave me. It's not a TP3 Screwdriver but it fit into the slot of the screw so I could remove the 2 cars. I removed the Dale Jr. Elvis car with a vise and some Pliers. I didn't damage the cars at all.
Post by JC Motors on Sept 10, 2019 15:46:50 GMT -5
I see that Lionel finally released a 1:64 Michael Annett TMC Transportation diecast. After multiple times of being DNP'd it finally got made. The lack of Xfinity Series cars has disappointed me this year. Also I have yet to buy one of the 1:64 Camping World Truck Series trucks this year.
Post by JC Motors on Sept 24, 2019 16:37:24 GMT -5
I went to the fair and a seller had some older Racing Champions 1:64's for sale for $3 each. I finally got the Kyle Petty NWO car from 1997. As a Kyle Petty fan, I needed that car. I need to find the other WCW cars though. I also bought a 1998 Derrick Cope Gumout car.
I still haven't bought any 2019 diecasts besides the Ricky Stenhouse Jr. Fifth Third Bank Mustang. I do plan on buying the 1:64 Michael Annett TMC Transportation Camaro when my birthday comes next month.