Mattel has sent us information on a very special auction of a CARS product diorama being auctioned off for the annual Children Affected by AIDS Foundation "4 kids" event .
CAAF is an organization that raises money for children affected by AIDS. Every year Mattel donates several one-of-a-kind toy to be auctioned off. This year one of those items is a CARS collector case. Several other one of a kind items are listed below.
The event is called the Dream Halloween. It will be held Saturday, October 27 from 5pm to 8:30pm at Barker Hanger in the Santa Monica Air Hanger. (3021 Airport Ave, Santa Monica, CA 90405)
Jamie Lee Curtis will be the celebrity host and the event will be chaired by Bob Eckert CEO of Mattel and Jerry Storch CEO of Toys R Us.
For more information please go to: www.caaf4kids.org and click on “events” to get more information on the Los Angeles event. You can be present in person or call in a bid over the phone.
Collectible Toy Auction Featuring:
- One-of-a-kind doll created in the likeness of Teri Hatcher
- One-of-a-kind HOT WHEELS® made with actor, Jason Priestley
- One-of-a-kind Polly Pocket™ doll in the likeness of Andrea Bowen
- One-of-a-kind, Kid-Sized HOT WHEELS® Custom Power WHEELS® Vehicle.
Here is information about the CARS display case:
Size 32” H x 32” W x 6” D, Weight Approx. 20-30 lbs. Holds 70 slots for up to 75-80 cars.
Holds two Exclusive deco McQueen CARS. – a Red Rangsburg Lightning McQueen and a Dinoco Blue Rangsburg McQueen.
In addition this set will contain early releases of 2008 CARS die cast characters, Not Chuck, Security SUV, Richard Clayton Kensington, Piston Cup Tow Truck, Pit Crew Guido, and Pit Crew Ramone.
CARS logo cut from solid Aluminum Billet. Case will be lit.
Signed by Pixar’s John Lasseter.
Wood Billboard frame.
Free standing base or can be hung on wall.
More than $300 dollars worth of Die Cast cars.
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