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Danbury Mint 1/24 Mopar Magnum 500 wheels and tires.

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Anyone have a set they'd be interested in parting with? Thanks in advance.

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Wow, nothing at all, I'm bummed. :(

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Just curious as I own a few Danbury Mints myself, why would anybody take the wheels and tires off these fine die-cast cars?

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Hi Nick, some customize them and some have models that get damaged for whatever reason and they sell them as is or part them out. I've had several folks help me out over the years but I'm not having much luck locating these. I want to switch out the dog dish wheels and caps for the Magnums on my blue '68 Roadrunner. Like my Daytona that originally had dog dishes. It has a whole new attitude now lol. Guess I'll just have to be patient lol. :D

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Anyone have a set they'd be interested in parting with? Thanks in advance.

Hey there, I have a set that is from a Lincoln Mint 1969 Dodge Charger diecast kit, along with the tires. If that helps?

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Hey there, I have a set that is from a Lincoln Mint 1969 Dodge Charger diecast kit, along with the tires. If that helps?

Those may work Roy, what ya want for them? Thanks, Geno. B)

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Those may work Roy, what ya want for them? Thanks, Geno. B)

PM Me where to send 'em, try them first, and make sure they work for you.

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Hi Roy, It's hard to tell if those will work without trying them. Best regards, Geno.

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