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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS 2 Diecast: May 2011 – It’s Baacccckkk!!!!!!


Consolidators have been offered singles cases from 2011 and 2012 …

‘Member these?

Really, last, last chance to get cases B, C, D, E, F & L from 2011.

Sorry A, G & H are sold out.

So out of the 144 CARS (if you buy the 6 cases available), you’ll get 88 Lightning, Mater, Finn & Francesco … or 61% of the cases are 4 CARS …

How many should I put you down for? I think there are less than 1,000 left of each case so hurry?

(this is a consolidator listing so you know if they’re selling it for $2.15, they made a profit).


From 2012, there are only 5 cases left – Q, S, T, V & Y … surprise, CASE P is a sellout! ๐Ÿ™‚ So, sorry, you cannot pick up Super Chases for $2 … so maybe by 2014, all the CARS singles from 2011 will be sold out … and get ready to start paying for a segmented 2-piece Finn McMissile like it had the wrong blue logo.

* Surprise as in the sarcastic surprise thing …

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  • BMW says:

    “Finn McMissile like it had the wrong blue blue logo.”

    So you are saying the first logo on the early 2011 Finns was the wrong one?” Which one is correct?

    There were 3 different logos on Finn over time.
    Early 2011 single Finn logo, The MM and Streets of Japan Finn logo, and 10 pack TRU Tokyo Spy Mixup version.

    (MET: I’m guessing the current “most common one” is the correct one. Maybe a photo post would be more useful than trying to describe them … :-/ ).

  • Steve AKA: Poppa says:

    IMHO, this is one reason why it is becoming difficult to find newer castings of Cars. These liquidations are coming from Mattel or sell offs of excess inventory from main line retailers. When they take a product and it does not sell, they become gun shy. At least the toy buyer is gun shy because management is going to ask “What the heck are you doing?” Now, the demand is there and there is no inventory at the big retailers. Of course, Mattel’s case assortment is also in question.

  • John in Missouri says:

    Are those prices per Car, or per case?

    (MET: That’s per car in the case but you can always negotiate. ๐Ÿ™‚ ).

  • Raekwonn says:

    explain- consolidators means these will be showing up at irregular stores like Big Lots, TJ Maxx, Marshalls, etc.? I think in the past you said that regular individuals cannot order for these prices?

    The listing is actually quite hilarious, how would these keywords work for anybody? bernooli, axlrod, raul

    (MET: Yes, the larger “closeout” stores buy their own but smaller closeout stores buy from “consolidators” – you do need a resale license – there’s generally a minimum order of $300-$500).

  • Tedsallis says:

    STILL a chance we’ll see Cartney Brakin at retail though. I’m holding out for one from Big Lots for 3 bucks!!

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