Matchbox Scania Tacticul Command Center
Last Sunday I went into Fred Meyer to record a diecast peg hunting video.
As always, I checked the Hot Wheels first.
As I shuffled trough the Hot Wheels pegs I noticed that all they had was the same 2019 castings that I had shown on previous videos.
I decided to check and see what Matchbox they had and I seen something that I had never seen before.
I noticed that they had Matchbox diecast cars in little individual boxes. Before this, I had only seen Matchbox diecast in blister packs. Pretty interesting and cool!
As I looked through the boxes I noticed a real nice police car. It was the Matchbox Ford Police Interceptor. I also noticed a real nice Matchbox ’61 Ford Ranchero. I bought them both!
As I was checking out the Matchbox pegs, I also noticed a real nice Police Command Center truck. It is officially called the Matchbox Scania Tacticul Command Center. I bought that one too!
I ended up getting these three Matchbox castings. Sadly, I did not find any new Hot Wheels. I was really hoping to maybe, just maybe find another Fred Meyer exclusive Hot Wheels RED Custom ’56 Ford Truck, but those are long gone from the pegs.
So this Hot Wheels hunting video basically turned into a Matchbox hunting video.
You can check out the complete video below as well as some photos I took of these Matchbox castings.
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2 thoughts on “Matchbox Scania Tacticul Command Center Find//Diecast Peg Hunting”
I am Sam Bernard in Chattanooga, TN. As a child and teenager I collected Matchbox, Corgi, and Dinky vehicles. I tended to focus on emergency response vehicles. I’m now 58 and have kept my collection over the years – and look through it occasionally. I stopped buying for most of my adult years because of time. Recently I have had an awakening of my interest in collecting again. I found your video and thought I would say Hello.
Hello and thanks for posting. It is great to go down memory lane. I am not too far behind you in age. I am 54 and I wish I still had my red line Hot Wheels from the 1970’s when I was a kid.