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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS: Ramone with Trailer Road Trip

Thanks for the great photos, “John H.”

Ramone with Trailer ROAD TRIP. Shotgun!







John H. notes:

“This series seemed like it would be a lot of fun, but so far I find them disappointing.

Mater and Lightning’s trailers will stay open for display, but Ramone’s will not.

(the first two have a molded in detent to hold the hatches open, but Ramone’s trailer does not)

I wonder why Ramone’s trailer plate is European aspect ratio?

How does a creature with no hands use paint cans with wire handles?

Why is there a compressor but no hoses or airbrushes?”






Thanks for the great pics, “John H.”

Mater with Trailer pics yesterday.

You can pick up one of these for your real car/truck – sleeps 4!


Or get one to match your car/truck color – yep, that is a boat on top of that.  It’s a 1954 Kom-Pak Sportsman – you can read more HERE.


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  • Refriedbeans says:

    Ugh, I really want these but the trailers seem to be a waste of money now.

  • Mack_me_Bucko says:

    I got some of these in the mail today from eBay — I had a Fillmore already from Chinae back door; so I got the singles of Flo, Sally, and Sarge. Sarge’s body will be replaced with a smaller one from Tomica, so that’ll need surgery, but it’s simple.

    The three doubles (with trailers) I got were LMQ, Ramone, and Mater. All the ones I got were in perfect condition. Something I have not seen referenced elsewhere though. The artwork on the three trailers are STICKERS. On Ramone and LMQ, they are clear base stickers, and on Mater they have a matte sheen. LMQ and Ramone seem to be overcoated with a clear gloss spray. But they are still STICKERS on the trailers, even the four small ones on the hatch of Mater’s trailer. Very likely the trailers were made in a a different factory than the usual one Mattel uses for their diecast models, thus the lessened quality.

    The cars themselves still feature waterslide decals for the artwork, just as always.

    • Mack_me_Bucko says:

      Additional detail. The sides and spare tire cover of Ramone’s trailer, in addition to the license plate, are stickers. The pin-striping “flash” on the hatch lid appears to be painted on. LMQ’s is all stickers.

      I may have not been clear, but on Ramone and LMQ’s trailers, the stickers are color on a clear carrier sheet, whereas Mater’s is color on an opaque carrier sheet. For stickers, they really are some of the very best work I have ever seen on a toy though, about half the thickness of what you normally see in stickers.

      Had I not been using a jewelers loupe, I may not have noticed it, ever.

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