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Flea Market DLM - Lightning Strikes Twice!

My final two DLMs from the flea market two weeks ago today.

First up we have a 1956 Chevy Bel Air convertible, #5 of 6 from the Johnny Lightning Tri-Chevy series, in metallic deep green and white, with a white top and interior and classic extra-white whitewall tires.

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Secondly, we have one of my top 5 favourite non-Mopar ’60s muscle cars, a 1965 Chevy Impala, #1 of 4 in Johnny Lightning’s Chevy Thunder, Release 6 series, in green with a black top and white interior.

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Although not identified as such on the packaging, the front fender tampos indicate this is a Super Sport model with a 409 under the hood.

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