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Introducing Auto World’s Premium Release 4 highly-detailed 1:64 scale die cast vehicles! With completely new tooling, we’re talking accuracy to the highest level by precisely scaling everything to true 1:64 scale.


FEATURES:
  • 6-Car Set
  • Factory Sealed Case
  • True 1:64 Scale
  • Die-cast Metal Body and Chassis
  • Matching Stock Wheels and Tires
  • Authentic Factory Colors
Set A Includes:
  • 1963 Dodge Polara (Blue)
  • 1964 Plymouth Barracuda (Red)
  • 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix (Gulfstream Aqua)
  • 2015 Ford Mustang GT (Guard)
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A (Pink with Black Graphics)
  • 1975 Pontiac Firebird T/A (Silver)
As a bonus for purchasing a complete 6-car set from Auto World Store you will receive 1 free Johnny Lightning 1:64 scale diecast car from the Playing Mantis Vault! This will be a random car picked from the production years of 1994 - 2004! You will also receive a Blister Card and an old Newsflash Flyer!




Introducing Auto World’s Premium Release 4 highly-detailed 1:64 scale die cast vehicles! With completely new tooling, we’re talking accuracy to the highest level by precisely scaling everything to true 1:64 scale.


FEATURES:
  • 6-Car Set
  • Factory Sealed Case
  • True 1:64 Scale
  • Die-cast Metal Body and Chassis
  • Matching Stock Wheels and Tires
  • Authentic Factory Colors
Set B Includes:
  • 1963 Dodge Polara (Light Green)
  • 1964 Plymouth Barracuda (Silver)
  • 1964 Pontiac Grand Prix (White)
  • 2015 Ford Mustang GT (Dark Blue)
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A (Orange with Black Graphics)
  • 1975 Pontiac Firebird T/A (Stellar Blue)
As a bonus for purchasing a complete 6-car set from Auto World Store you will receive 1 free Johnny Lightning 1:64 scale diecast car from the Playing Mantis Vault! This will be a random car picked from the production years of 1994 - 2004! You will also receive a Blister Card and an old Newsflash Flyer!





Auto World is excited to introduce an all-new line of 1:64 accurately scaled die-cast cars. The new die-cast lines are designed in TRUE 1:64 scale all the way down to the finest details, wheels, and tires. The attention to detail of these vehicles is world-class and the line is designed to bring customers back to their younger days. Kids of all ages will be excited to find their favorite cars, and relive their childhood, with these high quality fast-rolling little machines. The top of the Auto World line replicates cars from both Road & Track and Car and Driver magazines and will include a newly tooled protective hard plastic clamshell display case.

Cars included in this set:
2011 Callaway Corvette
2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302
1966 Oldsmobile 442
1965 Ford GT 40
2011 Hennessey Camaro
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Licensed Line Features:
• Release will include six new vehicles featured in Road & Track and Car & Driver publications
• Die-cast body and die-cast chassis
• Two-piece wheels with soft rubber tires
• Detailed interior
• Opening hood with detailed engine
• All NEW tooling
• True 1:64th scale
• Clam shell blister card with QR Codes for instant connections
• Bonus acrylic display case
• Two releases per year
• Access to virtual “Auto World Garage”
Auto World is excited to introduce an all-new line of 1:64 accurately scaled die-cast cars. The new die-cast lines are designed in TRUE 1:64 scale all the way down to the finest details, wheels, and tires. The attention to detail of these vehicles is world-class and the line is designed to bring customers back to their younger days. Kids of all ages will be excited to find their favorite cars, and relive their childhood, with these high quality fast-rolling little machines. The top of the Auto World line replicates cars from both Road & Track and Car and Driver magazines and will include a newly tooled protective hard plastic clamshell display case.

Cars included in this set:
2011 Callaway Corvette
2012 Ford Mustang Boss 302
1966 Oldsmobile 442
1965 Ford GT 40
2011 Hennessey Camaro
1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1

Licensed Line Features:
• Release will include six new vehicles featured in Road & Track and Car & Driver publications
• Die-cast body and die-cast chassis
• Two-piece wheels with soft rubber tires
• Detailed interior
• Opening hood with detailed engine
• All NEW tooling
• True 1:64th scale
• Clam shell blister card with QR Codes for instant connections
• Bonus acrylic display case
• Two releases per year
• Access to virtual “Auto World Garage”
In 1967 performance and value were king, and few cars compared with Chevrolet®’s asphaltshredding Chevelle®. With longer, more straightforward styling than it’s predecessors, the 1967 featured wraparound tail lights, and, a more aggressive hood design with twin power bulges. The headlights were spaced with a wider stance, making plenty of room for the SS™ emblem that announced to the world what was under the hood. The aggressive appearance and 396 Turbo Jet was a perfect mix to whet the imagination of a generation and place the 67 Chevelle® SS™ squarely in the realm of muscle car history.

Auto World proudly offers this 1967 Chevrolet® Chevelle® SS™ in tuxedo black, with red bucket seat interior, big-block 396 engine and custom wheels, creating a truly remarkable 1:24 scale collectable.

• Custom Wheels
• Highly Accurate Styling
• Tuxedo Black Paint & Red Stripes
• Opening Hood & Detailed Engine
• Quality Die-Cast Metal Body



The first Pontiac® GTO® was a automotive trendsetter, spurring all four auto companies to offer competing models, and feeding the growing muscle car mania just starting to grip the U.S. The first GTO®, released in 1964, was an optional package for the Pontiac® Tempest. This twodoor coupe had chromed air cleaners, an optional 389 Tri-Power V8 with chromed valve covers, a larger sway bar, wider wheels, and the iconic GTO® badges. Auto World proudly presents this 1:24 scale die-cast replica of the 1964 Pontiac® GTO® in Silvermist Grey with red interior, optional Tri-Power V8 and custom wheels, This car highlights the first model of what would become an exciting and legendary muscle car in automotive history.

• Silvermist Grey Paint
• Gloss Black Roof
• Detailed Engine
• Custom Wheels
• Highly Accurate Styling
• Die-Cast Metal Body & Opening Hood



Flashy, arrogant, and over-the-top funny cars dominated drag racing popularity from the late 1960s to 1970s. Experiencing drag races were a right-of-passage to adulthood for young fans back in the day. Mainstay floppers like the L.A. Hooker and the Hawaiian will forever fuel our veins with the nitro-powered memories of our favorite drivers battling for glory every race day in head-to-head combat. The funny car heroes of yesteryear are immortalized in Auto World’s Legends of the Quarter Mile.
 
• The 1970 NHRA and AHRA funny car champion Gene Snow returned in 1971 fielding a multi-car team of two mini-Charger funny cars with long time crew chief Jake Johnston
• Gene Snow’s 1971 funny car was the latest in his line of famed Rambunctious labeled racers
• Running a supercharged nitro burning Keith Black tuned 484 cubic inch Chrysler HEMI® in a Logghe chassis
• Winner funny car class 71 Super Stock Nationals at York, PA with an impressive four 6 second passes in a row and setting top speed of the meet at 219.51
• Repeated as winner of the 1971 AHRA Championship winning the funny car class in an amazing five of the nine “American” events
• Drag News recognized Gene Snow’s accomplishments by awarding him their Driver of the Year in 1971
Don Carl Gay, former professional funny-car racer known as the “Texas Teenager” and considered a pioneer by the National Hot Rod Association, Don Gay was one of the best known funny car racers of the sixties, and was one of the youngest drivers to win a national drag racing title. He netted three championships in the funny car class with Pontiacs like the one above.
 
• Soft rubber tires
• Die-cast chassis
• Real cloth seat belt harnesses
• Metal headers
• Historically accurate graphics
• Detailed wheels
• Body stand included to lift the body and show off the engine and chassis
Don Grotheer is from Cushing, Oklahoma. He came to the attention of Mopar in the early 60s after considerable success in AHRA and NHRA® racing. Plymouth provided factory support to Don in late 1965 on his HEMI powered Plymouths. By 1969, Plymouth needed another star driver to meet the increasing demand for Performance Clinics across the US. Don had been setting NHRA® SS/B and SS/ BA records making him the perfect choice as their next clinic instructor. From 1969 to 1971, Don would host about 75 clinics per year. Plymouth provided him a new 440+6 1969.5 Road Runner to show at the clinics. Don’s Road Runner appeared in many books and magazines and still makes appearances at car shows today. Auto World presents this detailed replica of his famous race car as it was shown by Don Grotheer back in 1969.

• Blue, Orange & White Paint
• Authentic Race Car Graphics
• Real Rubber Tires with Rear Racing Slicks
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Lift Off Hood & Detailed Engine
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal
• Serialized Chassis



Auto World presents a detailed replica of this famous race car as it was raced back in 1971. With the field of cars for Dodge-sponsored Rod Shop race team nearly complete, ranging from Modified, Super Stock, and Stock Eliminator, they only needed one more driver. Dave Boertman was their guy. Team owners Gil Kirk and Jim Thompson had some work ahead of them getting Boertman in their camp. It took some convincing to get him but in no time Dave Boertman was breaking records and winning major competitions! Prepared by the expert Rod Shop team in record time, the next car Boertman drove was a powerful 335hp 383-powered 1971 Dodge Charger competing in the J/SA class. He dominated the competition in a brand-new, relatively untested race car. He won the 1971 Gatornationals in Gainesville,

• Medium Blue Poly Paint
• Newly – tooled chrome wheels
• Authentic race car graphics
• Serialized Chassis
• Die-Cast Metal Body & Opening Hood, Doors & Trunk


In 1969 well known Canadian drag racer John Petrie was approached by Chrysler to run their Canadian Performance Car clinic program from coast to coast. At 27 years of age, John had raced Mopars most of his early career and was the first Canadian to break the 11, 10, 9, 8 and 7 second quarter mile barriers in a stock car. Petrie was tapped to do both Dodge and Plymouth for all of Canada. Chrysler provided him with two factory hemi Mopars for the 1969 season, a hemi four speed Super Bee hardtop and a hemi automatic GTX convertible. The engines were built and supplied by the famed Ramchargers out of the US, and both cars were painted a pearl white base with candy red and candy blue accent stripes making them a very striking pair. This model replicates his famous SS/E 1969 hemi Super Bee as shown in Dodge and Plymouth dealerships and raced at regional drag strips across Canada in 1969.

• Candy Red, White & Blue Paint
• Authentic Graphics
• Opening Hood & Detailed Engine
• Real Rubber Tires
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal



In the mid and late 1960s, Larry Arnold was already a seasoned driver, previously wheeling notable cars. In 1970, Arnold started racing TM Smallwood’s Kingfish Cuda, but in 1971 Arnold bought the Kingfish and making it in the record books with winning the Super nationals in Ontario in 1971.
This replica funny car is based on the Kingfish Cuda funny car, around the time Arnold and the Kingfish made runner-up in the 1972 Gatornationals and won the IHRA Pro-Am at Rockingham, North Carolina.

• Blue with Authentic Kingfish Cuda Graphics
• Plumbed and Wired HEMI Engine
• Die-Cast Tube Chassis
• Detailed Plastic Body
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Serialized Chassis
• Lift-Up Body with Prop-Rod



The first Army car Don Prudhomme drove that sported Kenny Youngblood’s iconic Army paint scheme was a short-lived Vega that only ran in the 1974 NHRA Winternationals. The car didn’t do well, and quickly was tested side-by-side with a seasoned 1973 Cuda that previously ran as Prudhomme’s yellow Carefree Gum car which took the 1973 US Nationals crown. When the Cuda came in 2 tenths of a second faster than the Vega, it was transformed into the Army paint scheme just in time for the next race - the NHRA Gatornationals.

The fast switch proved to be a pivotal moment for both the car and Prudhomme’s 1974 season, winning both the Gatornationals and the US Nationals. Prudhomme was also runner-up in the Springnationals. Ultimately the car came full circle, with its last race at the World Finals in Ontario, where the Cuda summed up Prudhomme’s best season at the time. Today the iconic Army Cuda can be seen at Don “Big Daddy” Garlits Museum of Drag Racing.

• Die-Cast Tube Chassis
• Highly Detailed Plastic Body
• Plumbed & Wired HEMI Engine
• Lift-Up Body with Prop-Rod
• Serialized Chassis
• Red, White & Blue Body Colors with Authentic Army Graphics





   
 
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