1972 Plymouth Duster California Flash Butch Leal

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1972 Plymouth Duster California Flash Butch Leal

  • I bought a small collection today from a friend. He brought me 12 models that were in plastic bags and said give me 5.00 per kit. I agreed and paid the man. After an hour of BSing he left and I actually opened the bags. I looked and I shook my head and had to take a second look. Here in the bottom of a grocery bag burried under two corvettes (1962 and 1965) is a Pro Stock Series Butch Leal's California Flash 1972 Plymouth Duster. The box looked really good and I opened it to find a near mint mostly untouched kit. My saliva glands are kicking in at this point and I am wiping the slobber from my lower lip and off of my shirt. I see that the decals and the instructions are also in Mint condition completely untouched and useable. I had to share this with my fellow styrene addicts. Here is a picture of it. Thanks for looking! Brian

     

    I do it for the love of the cars.Captain

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  • i have only seen one of those on ebay. looks like you hit the jackpot. what is the kit really worth?

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  • I realy don't know I have only seen the kit about three times in all of my years.

    I do it for the love of the cars.Captain

  • A great kit, you got lucky for sure. By the way, a Duster is a Plymouth. Dodge's version was called a demon.

  • Checked ebay and you can buy a mint in the box kit of this model for a measly $200.00  You got the deal of the day here.

    Never argue with an idiot, they will just drag you down to their level and beat you with experiance. Im aging everyday, but even when Im grey, Ill be grey my way Wise Men Still Seek Him
  • That kit brings back some memories! Always wondered why it was never re-released. I'm sure there's a reason.

  • Woohoo! That's the score of the year. Some days the gods smile upon you. Thumbs Up

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