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Please see pictures of Hot Wheels cars that were made to benefit the Mid-America 02 Festival in Eureka Springs. I made a few too many and am now selling the balance to anyone on the FAQ. The cost is $20 a car and the proceeds go to Bo Black to help with costs of the festival.


The cars look great and have the year of the event, the Roundel logo on the roof, and the Friends of Alex Von Falkenhausen logo created by Bo and his team.


Please contact me with questions and purchase these cars. Only 20 were made.


Thank you,

John Graham

Birmingham, AL



Former owner of Ivory, first 02, 74 base Chamonix Automatch with AC

Former owner of Ebony, '76 Schwarz, never missed a Grateful Dead concert

You drive new cars, you experience an '02

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John G.,

I sent you a message about these yesterday.  I've sent several messages to different members via the new system, but have not had a reply.  Don't know if I'm doing something wrong on my end or...

John in VA

'74 tii "Juanita"  '85 535i "Goldie"  '86 535i "M-POSSTR"  

'03 530i "Titan"  '06 330ci "ZHPY"


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