Unboxing & Review: 1:18 1977 Dodge Monaco "Hunter" by Greenlight Artisan

Unboxing & Review: 1:18 1977 Dodge Monaco "Hunter" by Greenlight Artisan



hi there this is die-cast channel and in this video I'm going to show you this 1977 dodge manacle from the TV show hunter so if you like those Mopar cars please see this video through Lian that's unbox this car and take a better look at it I'm here we have 1977 monocled that's that line of dodge Monaco there I'm 1977 on and this car it belongs to to a cop but it's rather a civilian dodge Monaco so let's take a better look at this car this is dodge Monaco as we saw from 1977 with those new lines just like that dodge Monaco I've shown before from the movie Terminator as we can see we have this front with this double grill the vertical headlights this new bumper with a bumper guards and the license plate and all details that are supposed to be here in the front we have a Dodge logo right here and grill and as we take a closer look we can see the Dodge logo right there we can see the grill mash which which is real mash which is very well made as well as those headlights those blinkers and all details are supposed to be here in the front the hood which is fixed this hood here doesn't open but still very well made when she wipers right here at windshield interior which is made in this tan collar it looks very nice just like in a TV show the antenna which is a metal rod it snaps perfectly here in this base we don't have this base in the outer police car from the movie Terminator I've shown before and general lights of a car very nice and the only moving parts of this art is in line the front doors which opened correctly just like the ones in real car and review a very nice look interior this car really is very attractive as we turn it around we can take a better look at interior and why closin up a little bit we can see that tan interior with some wood grain pattern steering wheel with the gear lever him and radial glove compartment seats that look very nice they don't have any seat belts now not even the buckles but I still look very well-made look like the right material at that time the rear door which is fixed but still very well cast in metal with this Dora handle and a front door that closes correctly with the door handle as well made in a separate piece and lock which is cast in metal the tram is painted on so it's made with a black collar and two chrome lines mirror which is correct collar looks very nice I think it's the same color if then the 1970 dodge dart swinger I've shown before that one with the spoiler one more look at fraud one look driver's side we see the open door and driver's door we can see the paddles steering wheel this steering wheel does not move the wheels do not steer with grain and the Dan gauges which are basically stickers but still very well made mirror and the door and as we close the door shuts correctly just like the other one so the car still looks very realistic even though it doesn't have many moving parts just like the other one 218 models we've seen before taillights the bumper guards and the license plate as we take a closer look they do look very realistic trunklid does not open still looks pretty much correct rear deck and the seat as we can see though it is very nice once we came car and we're look at the side and the bottom as we can see this car is very simple really wheels do not steer beer and front suspensions are basically cast in plastic just a plastic base with this muffler here which is single with a catalytic converter and it's instead of a dual exhaust we have a single exhaust since this car had some legislation restrictions the bottom of the car is really simple so there isn't much really show here even though it's a simpler model in the bottom ring light really makes very nice-looking cars in the starting line so I think this car is very interesting to have in a diecast car collection from zero to ten I would give this car a nine I wouldn't give it a ten because it doesn't have more moving parts and because the bottom is too simple the base is too simple actually anyway it's a very nice car to have an attack cast car collection especially if you like mopars if you're more enthusiastic like I am and it's nice to have an a movie car collection since it's very representative of the original car so I'd like to thank you for our likes and views for all in subscriptions please don't forget to subscribe my channel to give me your thumbs up let me know what you think about this video about this car and thanks for watching see you in the next video bye bye

14 thoughts on “Unboxing & Review: 1:18 1977 Dodge Monaco "Hunter" by Greenlight Artisan

  1. Sem palavras, esse modelo me fez resgatar lembranças da minha infância, quando assistia os seriado policiais onde os detetives usavam esses carros, e também policiais em suas viaturas, esse com certeza quero ter em minha coleção

  2. Concordo uma miniatura nesta escala deveria abrir outras partes mas sem dúvida é uma miniatura muito bonita e rica em detalhes 👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏👏

  3. Lindo modelo, pessoalmente acho mais bonito o 74 dos Blues Brothers mas reconheço que esse modelo 77 nos é mais familiar pelos inúmeros filmes e seriados dos anos 70/80 que guardamos em nossas recordações vide Os Gatões, Sherife Lobo, BJ, Carro Comando e tantos outros que não caberia aqui. Uma dúvida..esses Modelos novos Green light esterçam as rodas? Vi uma picape Ford F100 1977 da Green light linda mas que não esterçava as rodas dianteiras, belo vídeo um forte abraço 👍

  4. Lindo modelo, pessoalmente acho mais bonito o 74 dos Blues Brothers mas reconheço que esse modelo 77 nos é mais familiar pelos inúmeros filmes e seriados dos anos 70/80 que guardamos em nossas recordações vide Os Gatões, Sherife Lobo, BJ, Carro Comando e tantos outros que não caberia aqui. Uma dúvida..esses Modelos novos Green light esterçam as rodas? Vi uma picape Ford F100 1977 da Green light linda mas que não esterçava as rodas dianteiras, belo vídeo um forte abraço 👍

  5. Great review! Thank you for showing the model from all of its angles. I'm thinking about adding this one now and the '77 Plymouth Fury Hazzard County Sheriff.

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