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Mattel Disney Pixar Diecast CARS: Sold Out SDCC Tokyo Mater – “Gone For Good”

Yes, it’s the oddball phrase, “Gone For Good,”

Which means you cannot order it from MattyCollector as it’s “gone” from the site but it doesn’t say anything about it actually being ‘sold out.’

So, it might turn up at the Mattel retail-outlet stores?

Or if you spot it anywhere else? Liquidator? Let us know.



Homer Simpson,

He’s the greatest guy in history.

From the

Town of Springfield,

He’s about to hit a chestnut tree.


From Jalopnik, the 30 Most Expensive Crashes of 2009 – thanks for the link, Josh F.

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22 August 2010 Mattel Disney Pixar CARS 13 Comments


  • MiaSenorita says:

    Got mine, only had to wait in the slowest line ever for the preorder pickup in an adjoining hotel to the comic con. We were maybe 20th in line and it took over an hour to get through it I swear. Jeanne and I had so much extra time we left the line, made the boys wait for us 🙂 We went down the hall to another exhibit and got free Transformer T-Shirts and a picture with Optimus Prime. Oh well… at least I didn’t have to wait at the Mattel booth or deal with the “refresh. . . 5. . . 4. . 3. . 2. . 1.. . refresh. . “

  • Stig McQueen says:

    Got one for me and one for Stig Jr. Gotta say, though, that I was a bit disappointed that only lighting was the under-chassis “neon” from box; I was hoping the exhaust flames would also light.

    I’m not too broken up about insta-stars cracking up their supercars, but that burned-out Lamborghini Miura (pic #17) is just heartbreaking! Such a classic beauty…

  • 5oclockshadow says:

    I bet it would have lasted for at least 3 months if they didn’t pull the plug. Maybe they should try finding out what the fans really want, instead of trying to force feed us Cars Toon junk.

    I am betting the ‘light up’ Todd Pizza Planet would have sold out within a day or two.

    At least next years exclusive should focus on Cars 2.

  • CarzFANatic says:

    A few days ago the Tokyo Mater said “sold out” beside it instead of “gone for good”. I dont care either way, I got mine off Matty.com and I’m happy with it. It is simply an amazing piece of art.

  • BMW says:

    Gone for Good? Mattyese for we couldn’t sell them for full price on here.
    And hundreds of them sold prior to the Con out of China on ebay for half price of what Mattel was selling sans lighted box. And they were the same exact Tokyo Mater. If Mattel wants to sell stuff through Matty (ugh)they need to plug the back door and slam it shut. Or maybe they just don’t care. I bought from a friend at the Con because I refused to get into that online mess of Digital River who has never fixed the website in over two years since SDCC Lightning Storm. I bet I still have stuff in my cart, and no way you can empty your cart. Poor on line selling site.

  • SDCC Mater is gone for good? Aw man! I wanted it! Oh well, an even better one is coming out soon. Also, that Simpsons thing made my day!

  • Micky says:

    Is there going to be a release of a regular single Tokyo Mater in the future?

  • collectormom says:

    I can’t even access the Matty site; all I get is the “Coming Soon! Store launching Monday, July 28th” message with his big, stupid head. Wasn’t that 2 years ago??

  • Is it true these sold for more at SDCC then on Matty.com?

    • Jack says:

      No same price. However some members who were kind enough to pick up SDCC merchandise for members understandably added on a few dollars for their hard work. It’s always a good idea if you can get a few items directly from the Comic con. You never know if there will be a slight difference in the versions offered later at Matty or what will be sold out.
      It’s well worth the extra money to have someone pick them at SDCC for you. It’s not easy for the people who have to pick up the items and ship them as well. They deserve to make something for their efforts.

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