03-27-05, 12:23 AM
Just wanted to tell you guys i found some 1:64 scale Fleetwoods . One a 1985 Fleetwood 2 door the other is a 95 Fleet ...just thought you guys would like to know ...they might have odd looking wheels on them and all but hey , a diecast caddy is a big deal to me ....
still trying to get myself the 95 ..but ive got the 85 ....
03-27-05, 12:25 AM
03-27-05, 04:28 PM
...they might have odd looking wheels on them and all but hey , a diecast caddy is a big deal to me ....
After I opened mine, I checked out the base and it is screwed on, not riveted like most diecast car's.
So maybe you can change the wheels. I'm going to look for a 5-spoke Jada car, and test this out.
03-27-05, 05:05 PM
hey do you have the black 95 "dub city"?
go get a Johnny Lightnig car that has the torq thrust wheels on it and use those !!!
03-27-05, 05:08 PM
bad news took mine apart , once you get the chassis off the wheels are rivted on ...hmm i do have a drill press and jb weld...
03-27-05, 05:49 PM
I want an exact replica of my 1988 Brougham, in the powder blue would be the best. I have a 5-pack of Dubs Cadillacs given to me as a birthday gift, it's really cool but I think a decent sized diecast Brougham baby brother would be great.
:histeric:ill never forget when my boy had to "jb weld" his sub woofer's cone after he too anxiously was screwing the driver to the box and put the power drill straight threw his a sub's aluminum cone! :histeric:hillarious
u can use jb weld on ANYTHING
03-28-05, 06:53 PM
[QUOTE]once you get the chassis off the wheels are rivted on ...hmm i do have a drill press and jb weld...
All you gotta do is take of one wheel and pull out the metal bar thats attached to the other wheel
03-28-05, 09:49 PM
oh crap dude i feel so stupid now ...why didnt i think of that...now to find a set of wheels to put on there woo hoo