Make Your Dream Come True

Make Your Dream Come True

The collection of the turbo bubble gum covers belongs to a person who liked the cars so much that decided to get a real car that could resemble the one on the cover when he grows up. Didn’t you know that dreams always come true?

Make Your Dream Come True

The gum covers were very popular in Russia in the 1990s. People collected them and exchanged their old covers for new ones.

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18 thoughts on “Make Your Dream Come True”

  1. Oh man, so nostalgic! I remember buying this gum and collecting these “turbo” pictures in my childhood, it was wery popular. Also pretty nice restoration job on the car!

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  2. Only Problem is that CRX was tiny two door hatchback. Not a 4 door. But hey begers can’t be chusers.

    And yes that throws me back Years.

    Also those were kinda like wrapper paper not cardboard like Baseball cards in USA

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  3. Why did they use the picture of a Civic CRX 1988-91 and then go and modify a Honda Civic sedan from the 1988-91 pattern? I have seen pictures of Russians driving this design generation Civic 3-doors and CRXs on the web before it is a fairly common car.Making things even more baffling why ignore the good design aesthetic of the 88-91 civic 3-door and CRX The best looking Civics ever.The Sedan is ugly.

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      • I have owned a few Civics and CRXs over the years they are for the cost pretty fun cars to drive.I had a 1991 Civic DX with a SHOC 1.5 litter engine when I was stationed in Germany I maxed that car out a few times on the Autobahn 135MPH according to the speedo(this was a US/Canada model). Really it was more fun on twisty hill roads. I later owned a CRX with the US DHOC SI engine it was much faster than any similar competing 4 cylinder.

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  4. So his dream car was a civic crx hatch but he refurbed a civic lx coupe? Don’t get me wrong, those 90 civic lx/ex were awesome cars. I drove one for 300k miles.

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    • You are correct they just took the pictures and put the name of the candy at the top.I wonder if Tamiya even knew about it or perhaps it was an campaign to get Russian kids to want Tamiya models.

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      • The gum was imported from Turkey right after the fall of the Iron Curtain, and knowing Turkey’s regime, they most likely didn’t care about the copyrights.

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  5. There is a Romanian collector who has all 2000+ pieces of Turbo gum inserts ever made: http://guminserts.wordpress.com/01-turbo

    Let your nostalgic tears go, fellows. I did 🙂

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