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      I recently stumbled across these cars sold on ETSY.  Bob Hack Racing sells absolutely gorgeous Lexan bodied HO cars with stunning accuracy to historic liveries.  Underneath he has a AFX G+ format chassis, I assume a Wizard or similar ultra-performance brand (he does not reveal the brand of the chassis, perhaps he custom assembles them?)  Prices are too rich for me – floating between $325 and 475usd!  BUT GOSH are they beautiful and with lexan bodies will last a very long time ….

      Bob Hack Ford GT 450usd

      Notice the interior details such as the engine’s Webers, bag-o-snakes headers and barely visible grommets on the ‘passenger’ seat and the dash.  He even added physical aero winglets up front and included the header vents over the engine bay.  Somehow he put the engine intake scoops slightly wrong but overall – friggin spectacular!

      Bob Hack GT40 Rear deck


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