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Has anyone picked one up yet? I know, we did not need, yet another '68, but the pics look nice Not Lane or Authentics nice, but presentable. I want a yellow one since I think it looks good in that color.

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Here is another pic I found on eBay:

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Al,

I really like this car. I do have a few reservations about its body lines.

This car easily be made into "Stalker" replica.

For the price, they are the cheapest on the market and it looks like you get a lot of car for the money.
 

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You have said it before, this is one of the most difficult bodylines to get right. in my humble opinion, Ertl/Authentics is the one that has come the closest and the Lane is way off.

I can see this Welly being one of the most modded models. I wonder how long it will be until we see a pro-street version like the Chevelles? I would say that with the success that the Chevelles have been, this one will follow soon!
 
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if they make a Pro Street version of this gem, they wouldn't be able to make enough of them.

I find it amazing that the Pro Street vesions of Camaros and Chevelles still have such a strong appeal after all these years.
 

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What is it with 1968? Why does everyone want to make a scale replica of a Camaro from that year? :confused
 

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I really plan on adding one of these, the body can't be any worse than the Lane and it looks like a great value :happy
 

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The '68 is THE best year in my opinion....with the RS package of course. (sigh) One day I'll own one.
 
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