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Rich Sufficool
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This 1965 Mustang Fastback 2+2 was one of the first of their precision models under a Ford license that ultimately morphed into their Precision 100 series. Overall this model has bells and whistles not seen before in their models. The only inaccuracy I noted was that it was badged as a K-Code High Performance 289 package and yet it was modeled a standard 289 with single exhaust exiting below the rear valence.

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Paul Rouffa
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Does posting twice mean you have 2 of these? Laugh  


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Galen55
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I love this one, I wish Ertl had created the same detail and class in some of their other subjects.


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franklemire
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I felt the same way about this Ertl Camero - one of the few non-racing cars that has remained a mainstay of my collection

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Rich Sufficool
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@paul-rouffa LOL Yeah I screwed up. I thought I lost the first one but I guess it was there and I didn't refresh my screen.


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