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Amt truck reissues I'd like to see

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1/32 scale trucks

Mack super liner

Ford ltl 9000

Ford cl900

International eagle

1/25

Any of the macks of course

International transtar cab over.

Just a thought.

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Kenworth challenger mixer

Cat bulldozer

John deere backhoe

Autocar dump

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Kenworth challenger mixer

Cat bulldozer

John deere backhoe

Autocar dump

Good selection.

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k100 bj bear truck

kw truck

pete wrecker

gmc/chevy bison

rubber duck

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GMC General/Chevy Bison

Kenworth K100 Aerodyne, BJ or any other

Cat Bulldozer

IH Transtar II

IH S-series

lowboy trailer

3 axle dumper trailer

John Deere backhoe

Mack R

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I would like to see

Small window Peterbilt 352

all 1/32 snap truck and trailers

GMC General/Chevy Bison

Kenworth challenger mixer

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Any of the Kenworth W900

Kenworth Alaska Hauler (guess that sort of fits in with the above request)

IH Transtar II COE

IH S-Series

American-LaFrance Pumper

American-LaFrance Aero Chief

American-LaFrance Ladder Chief

Peterbilt 359

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The KW mixer, S Series IHC livestock trailer

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The Tyrone Malone trucks, the Super Boss, Papa Truck; Bandag Bandit and Hideout Truck fetches horridious money on "fleabay" nowadays.

I also would like to see the old ERTL Great Dane Reefer again.

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Turnpiker Pete custom...

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Hi,

Fortunately, my stash has the ones I most want to build already in it that I've built up over the years (Pete 359, Pete 362, Kenworth W925 (Watkins), Kenworth K-123, Kenworth K-100 Aerodyne, Kenworth T-600 (both 2 normal ones plus a Canepa one), GMC Astro). The only ones in this stash I haven't built before are the Aerodyne and the T-600s but I am looking forward to doing a better job of the others than I did first time round. When will I find the time?!

Regarding reissues I think the Kenworths would go down well with modellers (although many seem to think the W-900 is beyond repair and there are other W-900s available anyway) and I'd like to see the Macks - never built an R and started a Cruiseliner but never finished it. The Great Dane reefer would be welcome as well.

We are fortunate to already had so many re-issued so perhaps more will be on the way!! My fingers are crossed!

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I'd personally like to see the IH S series trucks reissued. The Macks would be nice to see again, but then again they were just done. I'll take the t-600 again as it makes a good platform for several of the kw conversions I have.

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Speaking of the Kenworth T600, while I know it's not quite accurate, I also think it's a good base for more modern Kenworths. I also think it would make a good candidate for a T660 conversion.

Moebius, contact Paccar asap! We NEED a W900L and a T660! Those would be sooooo awesome!

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What I would like to see reissued:

ERTL International Transtar II Coe

International C4070 Coe (moldings altered for the Transtar II ???)

Great Dane Reefer Trailer

amt: Peterbilt 359 "Little window" (moldings altered for laterversion 359 !?)

Wilson livestock trailer

Let's hope that there will be again some re-issues (like there have been several over the last years).

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another candidate for reissue (I forgot it before):

Autocar dump truck (this one built in 1984 OOB)

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KW mixer

the 70s ERTL blue print trucks

Tyrone Mallones trucks

IH Travelall

Garwood Garbage truck that never seen the light of day.

Mod Ford race team set

early 70s Chevy van(Open Road-mini motor home)..please!

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I'll go along with the Autocar Dump truck.

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macks, internationals , and all the trailers that were sold by amt and ertl

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They are too much into cars and not enough trucks. I can't believe the prices on Ebay and the problem with those old kits is that the decals are worthless. I got a Papa truck recently and built the truck. As soon as the first decal hit the water it crumbled. Now I have to order decals. So those releases would be great but I don't think we'll see them. I wish someone would make a Ford W-9000

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how about the obs 37 chevy pulling truck and some of the ck trucks from88 up.

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I agree with the International S, and the Mack R. (I would buy quite a few copies of any Mack they released.) I will probably get at least two copies of any reissues, just to add to the stockpile. Keep bringing them out, and I will keep buying them.

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Trucks Trailers

1. Autocar Dumptruck (I will buy 10 copies if they reissue it!) 1. Tri axle Gravel Trailer

2. Kenworth W925 (And 10 more of these!) 2. Great Dane Extendable flatbed trailer

3. GMC Astro (with optional turbine engine) 3. Haulaway 5 Car Transporter

4. Original Mack R685ST (with spoke wheels) 4. Great Dane Dry good trailer

5. Peterebilt 359 (Original narrow window would be cool, But unlikely) 5. Tri axle Lowboy trailer

6. Kenworth Transit mixer 6. Trailmoblie Moving railer

7. Kenworth Alaskan Hauler. 7. The Rare 27' Exterior post van semi trailer

8. Peterbilt Wrecker 8. Double Header trailers.

9. Kenworth Aerodyne

10. GMC General

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Aren't the W925 molds gone? If they are, no mixer or Alaskan hauler. I think the 27' trailer is the same one that is in the double header kit.

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What I would like to see reissued:

ERTL International Transtar II Coe

International C4070 Coe (moldings altered for the Transtar II ???)

Great Dane Reefer Trailer

amt: Peterbilt 359 "Little window" (moldings altered for laterversion 359 !?)

Wilson livestock trailer

Let's hope that there will be again some re-issues (like there have been several over the last years). Yep, the Transtar was converted to the Transtar II as was the transtar 4270 to the Transtar 4300 kits.

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I highly doubt that the International S-Series both the 2575 and the two 2674's will ever be reissued as Ertl thought that they did not sell well. This also goes for the 1/32 9670 kit. I wish the would reissue them but I don't see it happening. But since you are making a wish list of reissued trucks why not some New trucks Such as The 9670 in 1/25 scale,or the last cab overs that Kw & peterbilt made. evn some of the Newer trucks. would be nice. Thank you Moebuis for the LoneStar and the ProStar truck kits. Now if the other model companys like Autoworld and Revell-Monogram would follow suit. ( not Revell of Germany)

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