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Hot Sixty 4th: King of the Wagons

On my 147th post is the ‘69 Chevy Kingswood Estate by Auto World.

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Back in the days, wagons were roomy and you can fit tons of luggages and that’s just at the back and can probably fit 6 - 7 people without a foldable 3rd row seat. This hobby exclusive black sporty wagon is one large true 1/64 casting.

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Sure this casting was available previously and at that time it was available at our Walmart I pass on it as the color even though nice was not enough to entice me. I then spotted this beautiful glossy black wagon and I’m hook.

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The tampos (or stickers if on a 1:1) that were placed on the side window looks realistic and readable. The tires had nice white lettering on it.

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It has one opening feature which is the hood. I wish it included the tailgate as well. Overall a nice looking wagon that reflects how American Station wagons were before everything shrunk in size.

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There was another Kingswood hobby exclusive model that came out with this one, a replica of an obscure racing car from the 70’s which I didn’t acquire at that time but might do so in the future.

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