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Maybe just a tad overpriced.
 

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i could never pay that much for any 1:64 (except maybe some rare joey)
 

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Wow. I just can't imagine wanting a 1/64 that bad and I love collcting them. I paid $50.00 for a Dave Marcis custom, $30 last month for a #18 Greg Sacks Ultra Slim (where I've been told several times there are less than 100 ever produced). I've paid $20 maybe 5 times over the years.
 

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Hey but it's the "most rariest" diecast...

Hard to find. Extremely most rariest 1/64 diecast
 

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This actually IS the most expensive diecast. I've seen sealed ones sell over $400. More than once.

I didn't think I'd ever get one, but I nabbed a low quality one on Ebay last year. Good enough, the body is really nasty and not an accurate replica of any real Ford anyway, so I'm not going to spend that kind of money for an inaccurate car.
 

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The Mad Documenter!
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By the way, this was actually issued in 1982, perhaps 1983. Not sure why the seller lists 1986-93, because that's not correct by any means.

It was the first Earnhardt diecast...ever, in any scale. It was also the first NASCAR Ford diecast ever as well.
 
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