i would like to know if you think the regular MA version is better that the GM dealer version. i am leaning toward the GM dealer version due to it being a low production numbered car.
I know they get enough oil changes, but it was a factor of they needed a coupon, and the car was still $50.00-$55.00 even after the oil change if I remember right, Throw in the fact that not everybody is a NASCAR fan or a Kevin Harvick fan and they apparantly didn't move enough, so they made them available outright.thunder_alley1984 said:They get plenty of oil changes. it just depends on the dealers that actually go with the program. The Daytona red was also a last minute deal that almost didn't exist. We would have never known it existed if our ARC rep. wouldn't have called and said they were making it as an exclusive because ARC didn't think it would sell on the market. (Boy were they wrong there). The Flag car was the same way GM paid a lot of money to have those made just for the dealers because ARC refused to make it a production run Harvick car. Hence why GM doesn't do many Dealer exclusives on Gordon diecasts ARC thinks he'll sell 20 times more then any driver so they make everything they can in a normal production run. I remember getting the GM Dealers listings of the cars they were making as exclusives on year and there was 1 Gordon car on the list and like 3 Harvicks why? They can make something more special with him because ARC says he won't sell. Same goes with Johnson and Jr....I know GM wanted to do something with JJ's tribute car for Ricky and everyone else lost in the accident and ARC wouldn't let them because it would "saturate" the market with an "exclusive" car. Difference was GM wanted to only make it so employees could buy the car without intentions to resell for a profit later. Ok enough of my mini book.