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Matchbox Star Car Collection(1998) Limited Edition The Untouchables Ford Model A Coupe(#16 in Series)

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  • 1998 Dated Collector's Issue
  • Movie Edition Issue
  • Highly Detailed
  • 1:64 scale die cast
  • Each vehicle has seperate Collector's Edition Storage Box
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Star Wars May the 4th


WARNING:
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.

Product Description

The Matchbox Star Car series features 18 vehicles from some of Hollywood's most memorable films with close attention paid to details and paint jobs. Each vehicle comes with it's own display box and rubber tires.

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Product Dimensions 4.6 x 3.6 x 2 inches
Item Weight 1.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ASIN B000WOSJ8E
Item model number 16
Manufacturer recommended age 3 years and up
Best Sellers Rank #1,022,391 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#20,363 in Toys & Games > Play Vehicles > Die-Cast Vehicles
#326,657 in Toys & Games > Preschool > Pre-Kindergarten Toys
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Matchbox Star Cars series never closely resemble the vehicles used in the films/TV shows they are from but this Untouchables one, takes that rule to the extreme with a completely different car (although still an old fashioned looking one). Matchbox basically just reused their Ford Model A-Coupe which has appeared numerous times, giving it a grey paint job and attaching stickers which resemble bullet holes (and do look pretty cool) and the name of the movie on the boot (trunk). It is actually quite a cool looking car, the problem is it's not the same type of car as the one in the movie.

Now Matchbox Star Cars are often criticised for not resembling the ones in the film, the way I describe them is that they are like a little kid playing dress up, or a cartoon series pretending to reenact a film scene where they've got to keep some of the original character's look. It makes the series kind of fun like with the M*A*S*H jeep, Jaws boat with plastic shark etc, and keeps them with the primary look of kids' toys. I mean a little kid isn't going to care if this resembles the film, they probably haven't even seen it, they are just going to like the fact the car has been riddled with bullets. Unlike brands like Johnny Lightning whose primary market is the adult collector, Matchbox's is the kids toy market so you don't mind so much the fact that they are not exact replicas. However surely Matchbox could have made an old fashioned (I don't know the model) Jaguar with a spare tyre on the side (this Ford doesn't have that) and picked a car that has back seats and an extra side windows (this car doesn't). I mean obviously whoever designed the car had no idea what the packaging was going to be, I mean they've put a picture of the actual car in the film behind it.
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