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Postby HUMVEE Driver » Mon Dec 13, 2004 1:41 am



The site is finally up! Check it out.


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Postby Gordon Hayes » Mon Dec 13, 2004 6:16 am




Hi All.


I have just contacted the company Classic Carlectables and offered a 1:1 replica of the Interceptor as a base for a 1/18 die-castmodel.


I have also offered the upcoming "Road Warrior" 1:1 replica (under construction for Japan) as a base for a MAX 2 model.


I did mention that previous interested parties have walked away from the challenge as they considered it all "to hard" with the complex distribution, royalty and patent issues connected with such a model.


I did however say they Grant and myself wanted NO MONEY for the use of the replicas as base cars for the 1/18th die cast models.


If you all jump on the web-site every few weeks and ask for such a model eventually a serious and super accurate model will be produced.


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Postby Madmaxing » Fri Jan 07, 2005 10:06 am



"The page cannot be found"


Got another link??


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Postby HUMVEE Driver » Sat Jan 08, 2005 6:54 pm



I don't know why the link wouldn't be working. Did you try just typing in the web address?


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Postby Gordon Hayes » Sat Jan 08, 2005 10:53 pm

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[div]Hi guys... no luck with Classic Carlectables.[/font][/div]
[div]I have pasted the responce below..[/font][/div]
[div]Actually I think they would sell 12,000 easy but he is correct in that he would need to sell overseas as well.[/font][/div]
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[div]Gordon...[/font][/div]
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[div]Hello Gordon[/font][/div]
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[div] With regards to the Mad Max Falcon we have no plans to release one as 1) Tooling is quite expensive and we would need to produce at least 12,000 cars to make it pay. 2) We are a Australian company and don't have any overseas distributors which is what you need to sell a car like this. 3) Licensing issues with the film company.[/font][/div]
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[div]Kind Regards[/font][/div]
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Classic Carlectables

(08) 8276 7722

http://us.f409.mail.yahoo.com/ym/Compose?To=club@classiccarlectables.com.au

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Postby otherunicorn » Fri Jan 28, 2005 5:17 am



On your website -


>In addition to it's Interceptor and MFP models, Planet X has also made a kit of The Nightrider's car. From all I've heard the car is a Holden, but they have called it a Monaro. From the Planet X description:


The Monaro was the model name of Holden's 2-door, so yes, it is a Holden - a Holden Monaro to be exact.




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