Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

There’s excitement in the air for Matt not only for a long weekend camping trip but the final selection for the truck that will tow the Shasta has been found.

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Remember last Saturday I showed the new 1/24 Shasta by Greenlight which included a hitch that can be attached on a truck?

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After checking the trucks that I have where I might be able to attach the hitch, this one fits the bill.

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This is how it looks like at the rear.

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This is how it is connected underneath.

This is from the Just Trucks series the 1972 Chevy Cheyenne by Jada.

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Opening features are abundance on this truck. I also love the fact that it has baby moon hubcaps and white walls instead of the exotic custom wheels.

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I’m still thinking whether to permanently glue the hitch on the truck or not.
I’m still thinking whether to permanently glue the hitch on the truck or not.
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Looks like Matt is one happy camper.

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The propane tank seems to be in order.

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Together I would rate these at 4.8 out of 5 for play value due to the many opening features of the truck and one opening feature of the camper. However these are not made for rough play. 5 out of 5 for quality as both don’t have any major issues. 4.8 out of 5 for detail as there are no individual molding on the engine parts and the interior is just ok on the truck. The shasta is hard to judge as I can see there is an interior but difficult to tell how good it looks due to limited opening.

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