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71 die cast mustang
#1
I am looking for a 1971 Mach 1, light pewter 429 diecast.
Any help from you guys would be great.

Thanks Rozz
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#2
Did you check eBay?

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1971-FORD-MUSTAN...5666156587

- Travis



I'm an analog man in a digital world.
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#3
The SunStar cars are not nearly as nice as the AutoArt cars, but are far less expensive.
With a few paint detail improvements, and a couple minor detail enhancements, the SunStar can be made to look as good as the AutoArt though.
There are also several variations on a 71-73 Mach 1 from Ertl.

I have them all, but I still like the SunStar best.
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#4
Kit Sullivan;187033 Wrote:The SunStar cars are not nearly as nice as the AutoArt cars, but are far less expensive.
With a few paint detail improvements, and a couple minor detail enhancements, the SunStar can be made to look as good as the AutoArt though.
There are also several variations on a 71-73 Mach 1 from Ertl.

I have them all, but I still like the SunStar best.

Thanks for the replies, my search is particular for a pewter 429 Mach 1. I would love to have several of these cars.

But, for now since I have a true 429 pewter mustang, I have a goal of getting a diecast to match.

I know some of you may have one, could I talk anyone into selling one to me?

Rozz
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#5
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Danbury-Mint-1-2...257dc655cb

http://www.ebay.com/itm/DANBURY-MINT-1-2...3a90b52033

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Danbury-Mint-197...1c42d2d932

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Danbury-Mint-197...43cbebb565

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#6
Rozz;187078 Wrote:
Kit Sullivan;187033 Wrote:The SunStar cars are not nearly as nice as the AutoArt cars, but are far less expensive.
With a few paint detail improvements, and a couple minor detail enhancements, the SunStar can be made to look as good as the AutoArt though.
There are also several variations on a 71-73 Mach 1 from Ertl.

I have them all, but I still like the SunStar best.

Thanks for the replies, my search is particular for a pewter 429 Mach 1. I would love to have several of these cars.

But, for now since I have a true 429 pewter mustang, I have a goal of getting a diecast to match.

I know some of you may have one, could I talk anyone into selling one to me?

Rozz
If you come accross any convertibles ie 71 or 72 w/NASA hood, and 351 Cleveland, I'm all for shelling out some good cash for that!

Rozz;187078 Wrote:
Kit Sullivan;187033 Wrote:The SunStar cars are not nearly as nice as the AutoArt cars, but are far less expensive.
With a few paint detail improvements, and a couple minor detail enhancements, the SunStar can be made to look as good as the AutoArt though.
There are also several variations on a 71-73 Mach 1 from Ertl.

I have them all, but I still like the SunStar best.

Thanks for the replies, my search is particular for a pewter 429 Mach 1. I would love to have several of these cars.

But, for now since I have a true 429 pewter mustang, I have a goal of getting a diecast to match.

I know some of you may have one, could I talk anyone into selling one to me?

Rozz
If you come accross any convertibles ie 71 or 72 w/NASA hood, and 351 Cleveland, I'm all for shelling out some good cash for that!

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Kit Sullivan;187033 Wrote:The SunStar cars are not nearly as nice as the AutoArt cars, but are far less expensive.
With a few paint detail improvements, and a couple minor detail enhancements, the SunStar can be made to look as good as the AutoArt though.
There are also several variations on a 71-73 Mach 1 from Ertl.

I have them all, but I still like the SunStar best.

Hmmmm - picture time... ??? Smile
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Ray

1971 Boss 351  
1972 Q code 4 speed convertible 
1971 Mustang Sportsroof  351-2V FMX 
1973 Mach 1 (parts car)
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