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Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

Categories Hot Wheels Play Vehicles Toys & Games

The paint is nice and even, without drowning the car in clearcoat. The result looks very nice, with a fairly realistic finish and minimal orange peel. The trim is particularly well done, with some of the sharpest, cleanest work I’ve seen on a car in this price range. The silver trim isn’t quite as nice as the black, with a little slop around the hood pins and headlight bezels – but these are relatively small areas and do not detract from the overall replica. The few graphics are also well done, and include a darker orange panel on the rear fenders moving into the word “HEMI” on the doors, “‘cuda” on the rear panel, and a Johnson’s Hot Rod Shop license plate. All of these are nice & crisp, with absolutely no fuzz or breaking up. The only paint op inside is a black panel on the center console, which is as clean as the black body paint. There is also a good deal of chrome inside, including the roll cage, steering wheel, shifter, and panic bar. A little more paint work could have helped here, and even more so in the trunk: the unpainted, single piece cast back there looks a bit cheap. Also detracting from the overall appearance are the painted headlights: they appear to be seperate pieces, so I don’t know why Mattel chose to paint them white instead of making them from clear plastic. The engine is a single piece of chrome plastic, with wires molded to the top of the valve covers

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