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john3976
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Here is my 1970 Plymouth Cuda Sox & Martin Pro Stock car, the box has Ertl on the bottom but this is clearly a HWY61 mold and it matches my other 1972 Sox & Martin Cuda which is a HWY61 mold. The paint is a perfect match. I have an Ertl 1970 version of this car and it is not as detailed and the paint does not match on the Ertl version. I have a 1971 Plymouth Cuda Sox & Martin coming that I found so I will have the 1970, 1971 and 1972 versions of this car all done with the detailed HWY61 mold. 

 

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john3976
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Here is the 70 Cuda HWY61 compared to the actual Ertl 70 Cuda, you can see the HWY61 has more detail and paint is much better. 

 

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john3976
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Okay, I looked at the bottom of the box for this car again and while it has Ertl listed it also has HWY61 listed as well on the bottom of the box. So this car is a HWY61 car that involved Ertl for Die-cast Promotions. This is a Supercar Collectibles Sox & Martin series #11 Limited Edition.


   
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your video's are great and I enjoy and appreciate them and your efforts.


   
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john3976
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@galen55 

 

I am still trying different lens' on my camera so far I think for the turn table it is going to be the Canon 24-70 L lens, it seems to work best, and for the photos I think it will be the 17-55 lens and the 100mm micro lens they seem to get better close ups. 

I used the 17-55 lens for this car and it struggles a little with the turn table. The photos came out good. 


   
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