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That’s a lot of advertising and the Opel clips should’ve been included in the single DVD. There’s a lot of material here that can be placed on the DVD. Sigh.
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I worked at McDonald’s when the did the Cars toys. The Ramone’s were Purple, Green and Yellow. The eyes did vary, all of them. My friend and I tried to match the eyes on an entire case and couldn’t.
I did snag 2 sets, one for my kids to play with and one is still in the package.
(METROXING: I’ve heard some of them have 4 eye variations – since I’m not collecting them, I gave up keeping track )
Remote control cars and diecast cars that remind us of our favorite Disney characters or sports cars always are attractive for kids and collectors. This is why they have become such a popular marketing tool for major movie production companies.
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