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I went to a swap meet Sauturday and was lucky to find some Broncos. I ended up getting 7 Final Run Broncos. 1 for work, 1 for each kid and the rest in a box with the rest of my Bronco collectoin. I picked them up for $2 each.
 

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I get them off Ebay. I want one of the ones with rubber tires... But I'm not willing to pay $20 for them off Ebay..
 

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I've never seen one in good condition.. I dont' want one thats flaking and all scratched up.. I want one thats new still in the box. Or very close to new condition..

But guess it doesn't matter. I'd like to get one and paint it to match my 85.
 

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stangmata50l said:
What would be the best way to paint a hotwheels? :shrug
With paint?? :thumbup

I've usually just used regular old model paint.
 

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stangmata50l said:
HEY YOU GUYS!!....jerks.

I was wondering more along the lines if you stripped the paint and then painted it. If you did airbursh it...or if you just used a brush.

I guess I should have just been more specific

you guys-> :slap <-me
Just F%#kin wit ya......... I always just used a brush, never airbrushed......
 

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I used paint stipper. WOrks faster. Primed the Bronco that sprayed, clearcoated it. You don't need primer, or you can polish it. That look nice. I have a few pics from posts from Hotwheels.com of other guys customizing Broncos. I started working on a few, along with my 1/24 scale, not done yet.
It takes time.
If you find any scratched up/nicked etc for a $1 or so let me know.
I would like to increase by used section.
 
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