Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

I pulled out all the stops, well quite a few stops, as far as what I’ll part with for a pair of the Beatles (car culture?) Highway Haulers. I’m looking for a pair(s) so I’ll have an even number of axles with white real riders...(Giggity!) So, here we go...

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Three flavors of the 2009 release, ‘71 Dodge Demon.

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I found another Firebird Camaro Wind, this one doesn’t have the flipping mechanism on the base. 2003 First Edition #1-1965 Pontiac Bonneville, and the 1997 Porsche 930 from the Rockin’ Rods series.

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Three birds in the hand; two 1998 First Edition IROC Firebirds, and one Hot Bird, from 1996.

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1971 Mustang Mach 1 on an international card, Olds 442 from the 1997 Blue Streak series, and a GTO/Judge clone from Speed Rebels. If that last one looks like a Johnny Lightning, you’re not seeing things, made by Playing Mantis.

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Hummer, in Hot Wheels Race Team livery, from the series of the dame name plus III from 1996, 2004 First Editions Fatbax Shelby Cobra 427 S/C, and the 1996 First Editions Twang Thang.

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‘90 Acura NSX (for some reason), regular Treasure Hunt Tooligan, and the AMC Javelin AMX from the 2009 HW Premiere line.

That’s all I had the strength to haul pout and photograph tonight, but I’ll post more as I find cool stuff I’m willing to part with for those Beatles Highway Haulers. I’m also looking for the TWIX Combat Medic with those cool Pro Circuit 5 wheels. Thanks for reading.

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