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    Posted 9 months ago

    dav2no1
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    Matchbox Monday - Brown Sugar

    In today's episode of Matchbox Monday we bring you the 1972 Matchbox Superfast Brown Sugar no. VII. I love the blue tinted windows.

    This is what real Matchbox cars look like after they've been loved and played with.

    You can see that the motor in my car has been upgraded to a fuel injected motor from the original blower motor. This motor upgrade would increase the smiles per hour of the car.

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    1. wickencrafts wickencrafts, 9 months ago
      Injection is nice... But I would rather be blown
    2. Hoot60, 9 months ago
      I love It! This reminds me of what I would do (and do now) Engine swaps! :)

      A kid was obviously being imaginative to swap a fuel injected engine from a Matchbox "Red Rider" Dodge Charger to a "Brown Sugar" Charger that was blown. I wonder if he put the blown engine in the other car? Leaving things original can be awfully boring...IMO.

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