Thursday, May 24, 2012

Cars 2 RIP CLUTCHGONESKI Porto Corsa DISNEY STORE Acrylic Display Case CARS 2

This is a Disney store exclusive Rip Clutchgoneski die-cast 1:43 scale, measuring 4 ½ inches long, and bears the colors of his flag orange, green and red. Comes inside this collector's acrylic clear display case, but can be removed and played with. Just so you know, 1:43 scale from Disney store are much bigger than the regular 1:55 scale from Mattel. Available right now at your local Disney store for $6.50 or online at - Or buy two cars for $6 each. Do not overpay at eBay or Amazon. He is the same size and has the same facial expression as the 20-pack cars set from Disney. I'll give you a complete 360 in my turntable. This #10 open-wheeled racer Rip Clutchgoneski comes from the fictional European colony Republic of New Rearendia. After putting together a remarkable string of qualifying races, Rip entry into the World Grand Prix is clearly the Cinderella story of the competition. Rip Clutchgoneski participated in all three World Grand Prix races, as well as in the Radiator Springs Grand Prix. Because of his modest origin from an unknown country and of his lack of titles, Rip was the least popular racer and could be considered the rookie of the competition. Despite him being a rookie in the competition, Rip is actually pretty fast; he was in fifth place in the first part of Tokyo, and the second part, he was in third until he was hit by the pulse generator. In Italy, he was in 10th place, behind Jeff Gorvette and Lewis Hamilton. Then, he passed them, along with Raoul Caroule. Then after Shu Todoroki collided with Miguel Camino and Max Schnell, He was in 9th place. In London, he was close to the last position. Despite that, he was between 4th and 7th place in the one in Radiator Springs. He can make from 0 to 60 in 3.1 seconds. But he's the only racer in The World Grand Prix that doesn't have a crew chief, just a pit crew consisting of several pitties. The World Grand Prix Racers appeared in Cars 2. The racers are chosen by Miles Axlerod to promote his new wonder-fuel Allinol. The competition unites the best athletes of all race types from all over the world to determine the world's fastest car. Though there are 12 spots in each race, there is actually an odd number of 11 racers. Unlike for the other racers, the paint job of Lightning McQueen, Lewis Hamilton and Nigel Gearsley are not colored after their respective country's flag. However, Gearsley bears the British racing green. McQueen and Hamilton bear their personal colors. It can also be noted that the main color of Max Schnell and Jeff Gorvette, respectively purple and yellow, is not a color of their country flag, which is included in their design however. Some racers bear their racing league logo. Lightning McQueen is for the Piston Cup, Francesco Bernoulli for Formula Racer, Raoul ÇaRoule for the GRC, and Max Schnell for the WtcL. It can be noted that all are allusions to real racing leagues. Rip Clutchgoneski Country: The Republic of New Rearendia Racing Number: 10 Pit Crew: Consists of two pitties, no Crew Chief Racing Type:Le Motor Prototype Die-cast can range from cars and motorcycles to trains and airplanes, which comes in small or large size, called scale, and they are made of metal. To make a die-cast car, a liquid metal is poured into a mold and it stays there until it becomes a solid piece metal. Then toymakers like Mattel add paint and pieces of plastic or rubber transforming them into the toys we see at the store everyday. The process of die casting is where toys like Hot Wheels and Cars die-cast get their name. Rip Clutchgoneski Rip Clutchgoneski diecast Rip Clutchgoneski die-cast blucollection turntable Cars 2 review Rip Clutchgoneski die cast Disneystore Disney store 1:43 scale Pixar cars 2 diecast Pixar cars 2 die-cast Carros2 pressofuso druckguss voitures carrinhos de corrida Carros 2 carrinhos Carros 2 Disney toys channel carrinhos brinquedos Disney Pixar Cars 2 new toys cars 2 racers racing cars 2 race Piston Cup 500 acrylic display case 1:55 scale

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