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we went to some caves in a neighboring county ealier this summer and my wife found this in their gift shop. have no idea why it was there. i asked the owner if he had anymore. he said they didn't and was wondering why they had junk cars models in there as well. he said a lady that works there takes care of ordering stuff for the gift shop. the only other model they had was a 57 chevy. it doesn't have any name of a company that makes them. iits made of some kind of clay like stuff(very heavy)..how ever made it must know 69 mustangs... see how the glass has fallen out of track?!! lol just like the 69 i use to have :0)

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Many years ago I saw those two cars in a local chain stationary store being sold as paperweights. When I read the first line of your post I was wondering if they were artifacts that had been unearthed in the caves. :: Carved by the Shinoda people of the Iacocca tribe?
 

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That thing is really cool!
 

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man is this thing is a paper weight it must be breeze proof to 30MPH lol. just PM me if anyone is interested i can call back up there and see if they have anymore. i think it was around ten dollars... jace
 

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Andy,
i just off the phone with the gift shop. they said that they don't have anymore and are very unlikely to get anymore..... but i did find out they they are made from a company called Keypoint, and they are located in Dallas Texas. i did a little seaching but came up with nothing. if anyone happens to find something please let me know. i wouldn't mind haveing a spare :0) thanks jace
 
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