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8354 Greenwood Corvette #76 Spirit o. Sebring
8355 Greenwood Corvette #75 Riverside
8356 NSU TTS #520 J.Lätsch
8357 NSU TTS #135 A.Keicher
8358 Jaguar E-Typ Lightweight
8359 Jaguar E-Typ Lightweight
8362 Porsche 550A Spyder # 7
8363 Porsche 550A Spyder #15
8364 Cobra Dayrona #15 Sebring '65
8365 Corvette Grand Sport #67 Road America
8366 Corvette Grand Sport # 2 Sebring '65
8367 Greenwood Corvette Spirit of Le Mans
8368 Greenwood Corvette Mancuso
8369 Mustang GT 350R #17 Le Mans '67
8371 Mustang GT 350R #61 Jery Titus

Figure sets with 4 pcs. each:
89505 Driver figures
89506 Box crew
89507 Race management

All sceduled for the second to fourth quarter...

NSU TT!! Yeah!!!
 

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Hi Russell,

the thing with the 1:24 Chaparall was a common misunderstanding. It's a regular static/die cast model, not a slotcar. revell never planned to get back into the 1/24 scale business. But as the model had been placed on the same page as the slotcar (notice the different background colors) everybody thought it would also be one.
 

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QUOTE (fast lucky @ 18 Jan 2004, 08:31 AM)Since it was meant to be the last model of the year, I figure it could just be that it has become the 1st for 2005 ?
Could be, as it seems to be a list for the dealers what to expect for 2004 (orders and so on). I don't believe that not standing on the list means automatically that it has been dropped.

It was the same with the Greenwood Corvette. First scheduled for 2003, it suddenly disappeared from the relase lists. So I#M optimistic that we'll see this car in 2005 - the Slot.It 956/962 needs a competitor!
 
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