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Posted 3/28/2010 1:17:11 PM


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I agree with Nitro. I don't think the model is better than the tumbler model!
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Posted 3/29/2010 1:51:54 PM


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They obviously know that the car fans have money to throw away 

These model 'kits' come up on ebay now and then for around $300, but you have to do some assembly and paint 



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Posted 3/30/2010 4:04:41 PM
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I don't even know where to start with this thing. But number one...don't paint a 1989 Batmobile gloss!!

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Posted 3/30/2010 7:29:11 PM


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Welcome back Dave.  Like the new name it fits you well.

  I could not agree with you more on the studio scale, with A hefty price tag of 2000 I cant see them selling more than a handful of these . Toynami in California told me this studio scale was for the true collector and that they don't care if they sell 1 or 500.

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Posted 3/30/2010 11:15:17 PM
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Yeah, that sounds like the attitude Mattel had when they first got the WB licence. I jumped all over that 1/18 model so it looked right. I'm not sure these guys at Toynami are true collectors or want to appeal to true collectors. This could have been so much better. I'm also curious about that body sculpt because I could swear it looks like it came from the the smuggled-out 89 Mattel mold. Hmmm...

The Batwing looks way better. Someone who knows that plane worked on that pattern...you can tell.

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Posted 3/31/2010 5:29:28 AM


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Smuggled out Mattel molds Do tell ......

Did you work on the studio scale size as well Dave?

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