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Hot Sixty 4th: Murica Monday with a closer look at Dodge

On my 122nd post is one of the few Auto World that I was able to acquire before Walmart ceased to restock in our area. In fact it took me a while to find this model as this was a new tool at that time and either it was a victim of scalpers or Walmart was slow to restock. Presenting the first issue of the 1963 Dodge Polara under their Vintage Muscle series by Auto World.

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I actually wrote something about another Polara, the 1963 Polara Max Wedge 426 which you can read below.

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I am not sure but this is probably the less powerful sibling. Also this one does not have the hood scoop.

Let’s look at the model.

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The doors and trunk do not open. The headlights and taillights are painted on and the bumpers are molded with the body as it does not have a lot of individual parts compared to M2 but the detailed is still good and no QC issues. Also comes with rubber tires and metal chassis.

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The hood does open to show the engine.

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Like most Auto World, this comes in blister pack with an additional box where you can store the car in it if you want to discard the blister package. I would rate this 5 out of 5 for good quality control, 4.75 out of 5 for play value as this has opening hood but no other opening parts will definitely survive handling by kids, and 5 out of 5 for detail.

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