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Aurora 1379 a379w Toronado White [1966-69]
Aurora 1379 a379y Toronado Yellow [1966-69]
Aurora 1380 a380b Mako Shark ( Corvette ) Blue [1967-72]
Windshield posts are often cracked or even missing.
The orange, brown and snow white versions all have larger wheel well openings.
Aurora 1380 a380br Mako Shark ( Corvette ) Brown [1967-72]
Aurora 1380 a380r Mako Shark ( Corvette ) Red [1967-72]
Aurora 1380 a380y Mako Shark ( Corvette ) Yellow [1967-72]
Aurora 1381 a381y Dino Ferrari Yellow / Red [1967-72]
All original t-jet versions of this car came with stripes.
Aurora 1481 a481 Dino Ferrari Tuff Ones #3 Red / Green / White [1971-72]
Aurora 1382 a382g Ford "J" Green / Black [1967-72]
All cars other than the black have the hood painted.
Aurora 1382 a382r Ford "J" Red / Black [1967-72]
Aurora 1382 a382t Ford "J" Tan / Brown [1967-72]
Aurora 1382 a382yb Ford "J" Yellow / Blue [1967-72]
Aurora 1430 a430 Ford "J" Flame Thrower Car White / Blue [1970-72]
The taillights on this car even light up.
Aurora 1383 a383t '67 T-Bird Tan [1967-69]
Aurora 1384 a384k Green Hornet's "Black Beauty" Black [1967-69]|
Front windshield posts are often bent even new in the box. Only 4-door tjet!
Aurora 1385 a385k Batmobile Black / Red [1967-70]
Batman's and Robin's heads are made from the same mold as the Mustang head.
Both are completely black.
Aurora 1386 a386w XL500 White [1967-70]
Rear bumper is often missing.
Aurora 1386 a386y XL500 Yellow [1967-70]
Aurora 1387 a387bs Thunderbike Silver / Blue [1967-70]
Aurora made three different motorcycle colors: red, silver and blue.
The color of the bike is determined by the color of the gas tank and one-piece front fender/headlight.
These should always match.
Aurora made four rider colors: yellow, white, red and blue.
The color of the riders is simply the jacket they're wearing; the saddle bags always match the jacket.
The all blue Thunderbike is the rarest.
The blue bike always had a blue rider.
Yellow and white riders only came on red bikes.
Silver motorcycle had red or blue rider.
The yellow actually came in dark and light. It was painted on green or dark gray plastic.
Red was painted on either white or black plastic or it was actually red plastic.
Some refer to the red on black as "wine."
Blue was painted on either white or dark plastic or it was actually blue plastic.
All the yellow and white drivers had red rear fenders painted on them and red trim on saddle bags.
The red and blue drivers can have silver fenders with silver stripes on the saddle bags.
Red and blue drivers always had either a silver bike or a bike in their own color.
Silver bikes never had a colored fender.
The early "USA made" bikes were fitted with the early, skinny, truck tire up front.
Later (possibly when manufacturing went overseas), the "slick" was used for the front tire.
The very last ones used the "slick with tread."
Front headlight and gas tank are often missing since they come off easily.
Aurora 1387 a387rs Thunderbike Silver / Red [1967-70]