That's not a real deal. It looks like a Maisto car that's been played with swapped into the packaging. Chances are the one auctioning has no idea. Racing Champions of that time didn't use solid wheels like that.
We have some people around here that do that. They'll buy the higher dollar ones and carry them home. When they get home, they swap a regular car for the fancier one. Then they take the cards back to where they bought them and get their money back. There was a guy that was swapping the cars and trying to sell them locally. He made quite a few $$ before he got busted.
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