Some cars are considered more valuable if there are lower numbers produced, but then again, there are cars that they produced a ton of, that are/were very collectible. I guess it is a strange hobby, w/no rhyme or reason as to what is/will be collectible.taterracing said:I've never cared about the GM Dealers cars. I have a couple. And the reason why I bought one of them is because they were actually cheaper. I don't understand the need for such cars. Do they really sell better because of the lower production? I haven't noticed this as being the case.
As for Winner's Circle cars. I've never cared for them. Unless they only do a certain paint scheme in WC (which has been the case for RC in the past), I don't bother. I can save my $20 and put it towards a nicer car.
Are we talking book value or what someone will actually pay?diecastjunkie17 said:RC 2000 matt kenseth warpaint is worth 250-500 rare! hmm maybe some of your wc may be worth alot. I prefer the nicer detail cars!like first choice and owners elites!
Johnson And Jr Fan said:Yeah .......... Until they went UNDER because of MA
TC was bought out by Action. RC chose to quit making NASCAR collectibles. We now have CFS. There will always be someone who wants to make the cars. If Action crumbled tomorrow, there would be at least one company, and sombody like Jack Roush w/enough cash to start another to pick up where they left off.Johnson And Jr Fan said:Yeah .......... Until they went UNDER because of MA