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a good collectable
by JAKE from Biloxi, Mississippi | March 13, 2013
i got this car mostly as a nobby or so call toy. it,s a fun car to take out on weekends or for car shows, not very comfortable on long rides or trips, electrical switches seem to deterate over time so be prepared to replace them. the top is pretty easy to operate once you learn how but you pretty much need an actual on hands demo, i love the exterior styling, i guess the car just looks good on me.