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CumminsMan

10-30-2013 14:35:08




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Anybody else got one? Parents had to bribe me to be a ring bearer one more time back in mid 80's think I came out better than the newlyweds....lol

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casepower970

10-31-2013 08:29:58




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 Re: 4994 in reply to CumminsMan, 10-30-2013 14:35:08  
I have both red and white 4994s. They also made a 1/16 red one with duals. I used to have a battery operated 4994. My mom hid it in the bottom oven for some reason, forgot it was in there and..............I think you know what happened!



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1370rod

10-30-2013 20:58:24




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 Re: 4994 in reply to CumminsMan, 10-30-2013 14:35:08  
Some of you guys have wonderful toy collections. If I remember correctly wasn't there a 4994 toy that is battery operated? Which drove and had working headlights. Rod.



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Adirondack case guy

10-31-2013 05:29:59




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 Re: 4994 in reply to 1370rod, 10-30-2013 20:58:24  
Yes. it is 1/32 scale amd was red. I got one here somewhere.
Loren



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casecollectorsc

10-30-2013 16:27:36




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 Re: 4994 in reply to CumminsMan, 10-30-2013 14:35:08  
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Here's my 4994, plus a few extra.

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casecollectorsc

10-30-2013 16:29:00




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 Re: 4994 in reply to casecollectorsc, 10-30-2013 16:27:36  
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Forgot one...



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CumminsMan

10-30-2013 14:42:15




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 Re: 4994 in reply to CumminsMan, 10-30-2013 14:35:08  
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The 4890, with the Dealer Edition Maxxum 140Pro in background.



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Adirondack case guy

10-30-2013 16:05:35




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 Re: 4994 in reply to CumminsMan, 10-30-2013 14:42:15  
Yea, I have a couple red ones and a White one 1/16 scale and several 1/32 scale 4890s plus some 2470s. Got a 1470 1/16 scale with Amco F15 disc also , and several different 1200s. 1/32 and 1/16 scale.
My red stuff is tucked away in boxes in a storage area.
Loren



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Adirondack case guy

10-30-2013 16:13:05




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 Re: 4994 in reply to Adirondack case guy, 10-30-2013 16:05:35  
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Here is a pic of some of my favorites
Loren



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