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  • 1954 Chevy Bel Air,,,,,,

    There's been a lot of talk about M2 quality or quality control. This Bel Air was produced in 2010 and to the naked eye, it looks great. Here, under magnification, a few flaws show up. There's some metal "lumps" near the rear window, the tail light and both bumpers are slightly askew. Door gaps look big but again, in hand it's not noticeable. I still like it and wish M2 would make a nice set of well made 50's cars again.

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    Yes, Sir, I like to see some old cars come back as well. Maybe some new castings of the 50s and 40s. I agree totally with what you say, a camera can really bring out the worst in a diecast just like a camera can show an older person like they don't want to appear for laughing out loud. I'm sixty I can't stand getting my picture taken like I didn't mind when I was in my 20s to 40s.
    Due to the recent budget cuts,
    the rising cost of electricity, gas, and oil, plus the
    current state of the economy, the light at the end
    of the tunnel has been turned off.

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      Originally posted by Daniel View Post
      Yes, Sir, I like to see some old cars come back as well. Maybe some new castings of the 50s and 40s. I agree totally with what you say, a camera can really bring out the worst in a diecast just like a camera can show an older person like they don't want to appear for laughing out loud. I'm sixty I can't stand getting my picture taken like I didn't mind when I was in my 20s to 40s.
      Wait till you get into your seventies, Daniel.

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