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    Dreadnok Choppers



    found this bike at CVS. not perfect, but good enough for display, and they had a pretty good selection of colors and a second model in addition to the chopper. just a little more striking than other options I've seen for a decent price. anyone know any cheap options? these were $6, which is more than I'd like, but thought this was a perfect Zarana bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by axonrey@gmail.com View Post


    found this bike at CVS. not perfect, but good enough for display, and they had a pretty good selection of colors and a second model in addition to the chopper. just a little more striking than other options I've seen for a decent price. anyone know any cheap options? these were $6, which is more than I'd like, but thought this was a perfect Zarana bike.
    That looks great! $6 is not bad at all considering you get die cast and rubber wheels with lots of details. The bikes Hasbro gives with the figure packas are more than $6 and they are formless chunks of over-safety tested garbage. At Walmart they have Maisto brand bikes in 1:18 scale. They are around $5 and have better engine details than the one you have there. They have a rotating stock. Theres another company too, the people who bought the o-ring figures molds. They make Adventure People, I think its called, also at Walmart and their bikes are $5 diecast also. Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by boostergold5@gmail.com View Post
    That looks great! $6 is not bad at all considering you get die cast and rubber wheels with lots of details. The bikes Hasbro gives with the figure packas are more than $6 and they are formless chunks of over-safety tested garbage. At Walmart they have Maisto brand bikes in 1:18 scale. They are around $5 and have better engine details than the one you have there. They have a rotating stock. Theres another company too, the people who bought the o-ring figures molds. They make Adventure People, I think its called, also at Walmart and their bikes are $5 diecast also. Good Luck!
    I know the ones you are talking about, GOLD5. There's a pickup dirt bike combo that's only $13, or $14 too! Arock1922 picked one up not long ago, and I must say when I saw it and he shot couple custom ideas at me, I saw serious potential.
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    Looks great with Zarana on it.

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    I wonder if they sell them online? Must check now! Very nice!