|Dec 01, 2006, 08:31 PM|
Nope, not a typo..
Neither of you collect diecast would be my guess....
It is a limited release in the smallest numbered release of any diecast ever.. Normally limited releases come out in a lot of 750.. Which is considered extremely limited..
Such as the Flying Mule Fw-190.. It get's around $120 or so.. As there were only 750 released world wide..
This Galland 262 release sold out in about 2 days, worldwide and was limited to 262.. There are 262 of these on the planet.. There will be no more, if you missed it, you gotta pay to get it..
Well worth $200 to a collector..
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