Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

I joined the LaLD community about a year and a half ago. At that time I first leaned about Super Treasure Hunts.

I kid you not... within a week I found my first regular treasure hunt... The rather unhearalded Fast Felion. I thought to myself “Well that was easy! Finding a Super should be a breeze.”

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First 3 Months: Check every car on every peg and dig through dump bins looking at 99% of the cars = no supers found.

Following 3 months: Research which Supers are currently out, check every car on every peg, half-heartedly dig through overflowing dump bins = no supers found.

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Following 3 months: Slowly lose interest in knowing which ones are current... skim the pegs and determine full effort based on amount of pegwarmers and damaged cards currently out = no supers found.

Following months to present: Judge most displays based on face value of peg warmers and only spend two minutes tops looking at the upper crust of dump bins = no supers found (of course)

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Yesterday... K-Mart in West Lebanon had recently put out a multi bin display with a mix of Matchbox and HW. The display had an ungodly amount of Matchbox Skylines. No joke there was literally 30 of them on the display. It was crazy. I figured since so many Skylines were present then a scalper must have not seen this display... I dug through the various cars and...

*Angels sing from the heavens*

I finally scored my first Super. A rather sexy Porsche 993 GT2. It’s been a lonnnnnng time coming. I had pretty much given up on the aspect of trying to find any Supers. This thing is badass.

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Illustration for article titled Finally.
Illustration for article titled Finally.

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