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Enzo for my Son to go with the upcoming CS..

Discussion in 'Ferrari Discussion (not model specific)' started by dan360, Feb 14, 2004.

  1. dan360

    dan360 F1 Rookie

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  3. Mickey

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    hey, that's nice.
     
  4. BigHead

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  5. dan360

    dan360 F1 Rookie

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    :) -> see you tonight, I'm bringing the 360.
     
  6. Gilles27

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    Dan--what kind of tracks are those? I've heard that you can't find the old orange Hot Wheels track any more. Something about how abusive parents would use them to whip their kids' behinds.
     
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  8. dan360

    dan360 F1 Rookie

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    It came as a little set including the Enzo. Ferrari raceway or some such was the name. I looked on the hot wheels web site but couldn't find it there.
     
  9. normhuff

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    One thing I learned from my misspent youth...buy one for play and another to keep stored in its original packaging. I threw so much money away by not keeping my Hot Wheels cars and tracks from 30 years ago. I also hate to think of today's worth for those Willy Mays and Ernie Banks baseball cards I would clothespin to the forks of my bicycle. At least they made a great sound at the time...
     
  10. TexasF355F1

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    Holy crap Dan! It's crazy that you posted this. I actually almost bought that thing at Target the other day. Yes I'm 22, but hey it's Hot Wheels plus Ferrari.

    Norm, I know what you mean. You always realize how much valuable something is 30 years later. I've actually still got all my Hot Wheels. One is a Ferrari from very early on. Its not in the best condition, but I think it is still worth a nice little bit of change. If my grandma hadn't throw away all my dads baseball cards, I would probably have a Ferrari already.
     

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