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Penn Spinfisher V SSV4500LL Liveliner Spinning Reel

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Reel Rides Found Mar 9, 2007 16:50:38 GMT 1

…that I hope Wal-Mart will continue to carry. The Hot Wheels 1/87 issues have some that are definitely larger than HO but the two shown are pretty close. The two on the left come from Reel Rides and are knockouts to behold, right down to “The Judge” printed on the side of the GTO. As you can see, my LPBs are celebrating their new rides with a little pizza party on a finished parcel on my .

The Reel Rides box is a three-window design, with a large window on the front and top of the box and a smaller window on each end flap. The dominant color is a solid dark red, with the various logos scattered across its surface. The Reel Rides logo is at the bottom center of the front panel, top center of the top and inside back panels, and top center of each end flap. The Malibu International logo is in the top left corner of the front panel, bottom right corner of the top panel, top right corner of each end flap, and top left corner on the back and bottom panels. The movie logo ("Tommy Boy (The Movie)") is just to the right of the Reel Rides logo on the top and front panels, and bottom center on each end flap. The scale and age warnings are on the top and front panels. The back panel has a large clapboard graphic with a brief write-up of the movie and the vehicle in it, and the GM logo in the lower left corner. The bottom panel has the remaining legal and contact information. The car is held down by four screws to a plastic base, with the model info and Malibu International logo printed on a chrome silver sticker on the font of the base. The hood and trunk are held closed with thin rubber bands, while the doors are held shut with a wide plastic band.

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    The Reel Rides box is a three-window design, with a large window on the front and top of the box and a smaller window on each end flap. The dominant color is a solid dark red, with the various logos scattered across its surface. The Reel Rides logo is at the bottom center of the front panel, top center of the top and inside back panels, and top center of each end flap. The Malibu International logo is in the top left corner of the front panel, bottom right corner of the top panel, top right corner of each end flap, and top left corner on the back and bottom panels. The movie logo ("Tommy Boy (The Movie)") is just to the right of the Reel Rides logo on the top and front panels, and bottom center on each end flap. The scale and age warnings are on the top and front panels. The back panel has a large clapboard graphic with a brief write-up of the movie and the vehicle in it, and the GM logo in the lower left corner. The bottom panel has the remaining legal and contact information. The car is held down by four screws to a plastic base, with the model info and Malibu International logo printed on a chrome silver sticker on the font of the base. The hood and trunk are held closed with thin rubber bands, while the doors are held shut with a wide plastic band.

    This seems to be Reel Rides' Achilles heel. They do a decent enough job of producing a '67 GTX, but the details are all wrong. The grille surround is too heavy, it doesn't have the fender bullets, the windshield frame is wrong, there are no sun visors, and the taillights and rear panel are both cast and painted wrong. In addition, the wheels, fender & rocker trim, fuel cap, and exhaust tips are all wrong for the car. Scaling is a bit small, looking to be closer to 1/26 than 1/24.