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Speed Machines

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I do find some quite nice, and a friend of mine got me one. Thing is, should I uncard it or keep it carded?

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chee keng hong wrote:
buy double!! One loose & another carded!! Very Happy


I 2nd this cheers ...no harm ma, later you can use them for future Race Days Wink....it's quite fast you know...did you try? Oops....you haven't set any loose yet Wink...kekekeke lol! RACUN!!! drunken

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Rayz-HWC wrote:
chee keng hong wrote:
buy double!! One loose & another carded!! Very Happy


I 2nd this cheers ...no harm ma, later you can use them for future Race Days Wink....it's quite fast you know...did you try? Oops....you haven't set any loose yet Wink...kekekeke lol! RACUN!!! drunken

but very expensive wor=((

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loose and put in foldabox hehe
i think my c6r hav to set loose...card got crease already...
clumsy me...
Crying or Very sad

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well.. if you like it.. then set it loose.. or buy 2-3 sets.. so if you loose one, still have extra in carded..

or, if you lucky, probably if you drop by amcorp, you might get some loose Speed Machines sold by some traders.. Yesterday was a Veyron, Evo x, Cadillac LMP, Porsche and some Ferraris was on sale..

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rikmun wrote:
but very expensive wor=((


not that really expensive compared to some other collectors bought other collections (larry's, phil's and wayne's garage series) which has a bit higher prices and have it loose too..

individual preferences thou..

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