|This is another entry from Steve (matchboxkiwi) from the forum, it shows another superfast model missing its interior
thanks for sharing Steve. nice find.
|Another example of a blister card oops that has the card upside down, and it also comes fromthe same place as the last two, Hong Kong. This one is from the collection of Ritchie from the forum,
Thanks for sharing Ritchie.
|As can be seen in the pic, the axle on this BP tanker was not threaded through both of the eyelets when the axle was riveted leaving one end of the axle free to flap about, this one was sent in by Jason Roper, Thanks for sharing Jason.|
|Extra lables normally get applied to approximately the correct area because they were fitted in place by a machine but it is not always the case as can be seen by this F1 Racing car displaying its racing number '91' on the upside down lable.
photo courtesy Steve ( matchboxkiwi) from the forum, Thanks for sharing Steve.
|Another one that has been borrowed from Facebook. It shows a Piston Popper with the rear axle with large diameter tyres mounted at the front and the front axle with small tyres mounted at the rear which is a fairly common oops on this model.
Its from the collection of Raed M Ammari,
Thanks for sharing Raed.
|When I first saw this one I thought someone had photographed a dog turd for me, but no its a deformed wheel which never molded properly due to lack of plastic, Its from the spares box of Gerrit (ecclesley) from the forum, Thanks for sharing Gerrit.|
|And finally the very last piece, and my absolute favourite from 2016 is this Chevrolet Impala which does not need me to explain what the fault is, Superb indeed
thanks for sharing Toyrfic.
I would like to thank everyone who participated in this years 'oops hall of fame with a special mention going to Steve (matchboxkiwi) for sharing his superb oops collection with us, much appreciated Steve. Don't forget there are 6 pages of pre 2015 oopsies here and 15 pages of oopsies from 2015 here