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What's the difference with the GM dealer version compared to the standard releases? Is it just a numbers thing with less being offered thru the dealerships and having a different box/sleeve like the MAC and Snap-On versions?

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i think that is about it. there are less cars, i dont know about the box though
 

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They used to have a different color chassis. I believe it was black where regular Action/MA cars had grey chassis. Maybe it was the other way around. I can't remember. LOL! I know that was the only difference in the beginning. That and the silver tag said GM Dealer and broke down the production GM vs. Regular Action.
 

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GM Dealers at least the ones up until 2005 had a black chassis as FF said ARC was grey. Now the production runs were "lower" mainly split off the total overall sometimes. I have a few with an ARC run of like 12,000 a MAC of 3,000 and a dealers of 700...then they'll say total run of 15,700. Doesn't make them much more special since the chassis is different and the sticker says GM. I only prefer those because of the black chassis it looks better then grey to me. If you want GM diecast go for the exclusives like the 2005 Harvick GM/RCR Ann. colorchromes. There were 5 cars in that production all very low numbers. Any more questions just ask.
 

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I prefer the GM Dealer cars to any other, to get my Jr. & Sr. Cars. I like the lower production #'s and the Chassis looks better on those cars!!! It;s all a preference to the collector in the long run.
 
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