Super Customable Choro-Q Mazda RX-7

This is an almost 20 year old toy with not much of a gimmick so this post will be brief.

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You have to tear open the package to get at the toy inside.

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Sorry for the background.

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The chassis is the first generation of the Customable line. It’s made up of two parts and is relatively heavy compared to the later ones. This toy comes with a Black Max engine which is fairly fast but has a slightly low endurance.

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The front bumper comes with double rollers, something that became almost standard towards the end of the V2 series.

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Rear view. The rear bumper can be attached in two orientations so you can slightly adjust the distance of the rear rollers from the back of the car.

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Here it is dolled up with the included stickers.

As with the Toyota TS020 earlier, these toys are really simple and dated.

Thinking I had run out of material to post I rushed some photos before realising these pictures were already taken some time ago. Looks like there might be some difficulties keeping up with the one-post-a-week regime.

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