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  • 2021 Mainline Checklist

    With the 2021 mainline now hitting stores recently, I thought it would be good to make a checklist for that. This will be updated whenever new diecasts are revealed. Enjoy!

    Cars
    Aiken Axler
    Christmas Cruiser Ramone
    Darrell Cartrip
    Flo
    Holiday Hotshot Lightning McQueen
    Lizzie
    Sarge

    Cars 2
    Raoul CaRoule

    Cars 3
    Bumper Save Racing Tractor
    Floyd Morgan
    H.J. Hollis
    Hot Rod Junior Moon
    Jackson Storm
    Jambalaya Chimichanga
    Pushover
    Rust-eze Lightning McQueen
    Sheldon Shifter
    Smokey
    Track Damage Cruz Ramirez

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    Thank you very much for the update, Sam! One thing many of us will need to get used to is no series this year... Cars are labeled (on the back of the card) as being from Cars, Cars 2, or Cars 3... and it's good to see the return of the Christmas Cars.. even if I don't need them.

    As of now, my personal plans for the 2021 mainline are to only buy the new Cars... hopefully I can continue to get information on case contents.






    I am cac1959... I am a Cars-a-holic... and a proud supporter of Nathan's Playroom

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      We only got Christmas cars in the UK in very limited numbers at Toys R Us a few years ago. I didn't buy any due to, what I thought was a high price of £6.49. Now standard singles are £6.99 - £7.99.

      If I didn't know that there was going to be a Cars 4 film, I would think that Cars die-cast was being wound down!

      I can only hope, from a purely selfish point of view, that many of the cars we have missed over the last couple of years, get a release on the 2021 card back - there are lots of them!

      I saw a list of approx 650 characters in the Cars 4 film. Many repeats, but equally, many new ones to look forward to.

      From the sales figures I posted on the UK section, I can only say that the demise of Toys R Us has hit the UK toy market very bad. There is generally less of everything and prices have risen lots too! That said, the prices of physical media (CDs, vinyl albums, DVDs and Blu-ray Discs) have gone up a lot in the UK recently. Both CDs and vinyl albums have gone up 40% in the last couple of years!

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