I don't know. That's one heck of a custom job, though.
> >(*Number available on request, won't post it online.)
> >Was there a special Dodge van edition with a Star Wars setup? Was it a
> >special paint job? A painted diorama of the cast? Some sort of special
> >package? Given the value of 1970s toys and action figures these days,
> >there be any additional value attached to a factory -built "Star Wars"
> Not that I know of. I know of no specially-commissioned versions of Dodge
> coinciding with any movies whatsoever. All units out there are
I was wondering if there were any real ones made for promotions or whatever,
oh well. I guess I was wondering if a real one might attract gals, but that
might involve a different kind of reproduction. ;+)
Thanks for the information, though. It is much appreciated.
> >Now imagine this sitting in a convention parking lot next to Mr. T's
> >GMC van.
> Hehehehe I pity the.. well, you know.
> Try this:
> "Insecure?!? I'm security personified! Everywhere I go, people
> point and shout, 'Security!' They just KNOW!" -- Mike Jittlov