2016 Prototype Pictures from Lionel

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  1. Alan Harkleroad

    Alan Harkleroad SRD Site Administrator Paint Crew Admin

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    Harvicks Busch Beer cars, Jr's Nationwide and Chase Elliotts 3M and Napa IMG_2156.jpg IMG_2157.jpg IMG_2158.jpg IMG_2159.jpg IMG_2160.jpg
     
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    Alan Harkleroad SRD Site Administrator Paint Crew Admin

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    ShadowKnight508 Speedweeks Are Here!

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    Those look pretty sharp, Alan. The new 2016 Chevy SS decals seen on the diecasts look good from what I can see.

    Shame that they are not making them with the smaller spoiler that the real-life cars will be running this year as part of the low-downforce package and using the old, larger spoilers for the models instead.
     
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    Alan Harkleroad SRD Site Administrator Paint Crew Admin

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    They might get it later in the year. Remember the wicker didnt get added in lexan until late in the year because the cars went into production before the change was passed to Lionel. Same thing here I would bet.
     
  5. games123

    games123 NXS & NCWTS Painter

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    Your missing the best prototype that Lionel showed. ;)

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    Some others...

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    I do really like the blue on the Busch Light car, though.
     
  6. nj9703

    nj9703 #JesseDid2/23

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    I just hope the EL mold for 1/64's is primary again. Might have to pick up a few 1/24's this year.
     

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