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Old 02-01-2012, 07:33 PM
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Default NUREMBERG NEWS! Greenlight Mustang II

NUREMBERG NEWS! Greenlight Mustang II / MIB3 Movie Car is a Galaxie 500
Feb 01, 2012
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by Joe Kelly Jr.Our man in the street – actually man in the showrooms – Andy Goodman is starting to send back images from the 2012 Nuremberg Toy Fair, and there’s some great stuff on the horizon, as seen in these quick snaps. GreenLight is tooling up an all-new Mustang II in 1:18 high-detail; this resin looks like it’s going to be a great looking car – we can’t wait to see the Cobra version; also from GreenLight is this 1964 Ford Galaxie 500, deco’d as a movie car from the feature film Men In Black 3, coming this summer (sourced from the old Sunstar mold set, in a new deco; GL has improved every mold they’ve done this to, so this one may have some new details





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Old 02-02-2012, 02:21 AM
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I like that 64 Galaxie, the Mustang is, well, just another mustang in an already flooded market. Plus, I had a Mustang II new, didn't have enough power to pull itself out of a wet paper bag. Couldn't get rid of it fast enough. Went to Chrysler and been there ever since. Suspect I'll pass on the model. But that's just me.
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Old 02-02-2012, 11:15 PM
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Actually, Mustang IIs, which were Escort based, I think, are pretty rare in diecast, don't you think??
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:34 AM
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Were they Escort based? Man I always thought they were Pinto based, seriously. You are probably right about their representation in diecast, they were pleasant enough style-wise, and if I had gotten one with a decent motor I probably would have a totally different outlook toward them, myself, I suspect.
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