Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Been waiting to post these since I found them recently.

Illustration for article titled Ferrari Friday - Higgins, the dogs ate my Mets hat!
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Two KIDCO 308s from “Magnum, P.I.” Even says so on the back end.

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First up, the convertible. Says KIDCO, 1981 Made in Macao on the baseplate. Evidence of some of my earliest detailing work on the car, courtesy of Pactra Flat Black.

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Wheels are a little small, yet it still rolls really well to this day.

Illustration for article titled Ferrari Friday - Higgins, the dogs ate my Mets hat!
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Rear view.

Illustration for article titled Ferrari Friday - Higgins, the dogs ate my Mets hat!
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Front view. Cockpit is nice, with accurate cramped conditions.

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The hardtop. This must have been some kind of launcher car, as it has a port in the rear with a spring-loaded feature.

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Marked KIDCO 1980 on the metal base. Rear tires are a rubbery material, fronts are plastic.

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Detailing is, I think Pactra Signal Red, this time. I obviously had no inclination to mask the windows when I did the painting.

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Rear view

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Front view. I don’t remember where or when I got these, they are out of my childhood collection. Thanks for looking!!

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