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==Description==
 
==Description==
This Ferrari was introduced to the [[Flying Colors]] line as [[Race Bait 308]] in Red with a Black metal base and Blackwall tires ([[BW]]). It was also available in the [[Thundershift Roarin' Raceway]]. In 1979 it was Gold-plated and was part of the [[Golden Machines 6-Pack]]. The Red version base was changed to Black plastic. In 1982 it was Metalflake Silver and joined the [[Hot Ones]] series. Other names were, [[Street Beast (Ferrari 308)|Street Beast]], [[ Hot Wheels (Tattoo Machines)]], and [[Ferrari 328 GTB]].
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This Ferrari was introduced to the [[Flying Colors]] line as [[Race Bait 308]] in Red with a Black metal base and Blackwall tires ([[BW]]). It was also available in the [[Thundershift Roarin' Raceway]]. In 1979 it was Gold-plated and was part of the [[Golden Machines 6-Pack]]. The Red version base was changed to Black plastic. In 1982 it was Metalflake Silver and joined the [[The Hot Ones]] series. Other names were, [[Street Beast (Ferrari 308)|Street Beast]], and [[Ferrari 328 GTB]].
   
 
==Versions==
 
==Versions==
The [[Quick Trik]] has come out in the following versions:
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Latest revision as of 20:03, June 1, 2020

Quik Trik
Debut Series Flying Colors
Produced 1984
Designer Larry Wood, Bob Rosas
Number 2021
Quick Trick

DescriptionEdit

This Ferrari was introduced to the Flying Colors line as Race Bait 308 in Red with a Black metal base and Blackwall tires (BW). It was also available in the Thundershift Roarin' Raceway. In 1979 it was Gold-plated and was part of the Golden Machines 6-Pack. The Red version base was changed to Black plastic. In 1982 it was Metalflake Silver and joined the The Hot Ones series. Other names were, Street Beast, and Ferrari 328 GTB.

VersionsEdit

The Quik Trik has come out in the following versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
1984 Ultra Hots Spectraflame Purple White, Orange "Ultra Hots" Black Painted / Metal Solid Black Black UH 7295 Hong Kong Quick Trick
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