Somewhere is a thread of several pages of many of us on here and the toys we have. I have a 66 and a 69. 69 is a long term down the road project compared to the 66.I'm with you Chris - I wish they would re-issue them without the controller so that you could use your own DCC throttle for control. That way more people could afford them. BTW, I assume from your handle that you have a Chevelle SS. What year? I use to have a 67 Nova SS.... This picture was taken in your neck of the woods at the Car Craft Street Machine Nationals.
Josh, you must know something I dont then. Walthers hasnt listed anything in stock with these in quite some time.i had a customer that ordered 4 of these things from me, when I got them in and opened one of them up to take a peak at it, it was pretty impressive, and i wish I would have gotten 2-3 of them for myself, im kicking myself now because Walthers was literally dumping them to their dealers because they had been sitting in their warehouse for so long
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