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Introducing Auto World’s Premium Release 5 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:
  • 1976 Pontiac Firebird T/A (Golden Rod Yellow)
  • 1971 Dodge Dart (Bright Red)
  • 1966 Oldsmobile 442 (Lucerne Blue)
  • 1966 Chevrolet Impala (Willow Green)
  • 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 (White)
  • 1958 Plymouth Fury (Copper Glow)
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 5 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:
  • 1976 Pontiac Firebird T/A (Lime Green Metallic)
  • 1971 Dodge Dart (Plum Crazy)
  • 1966 Oldsmobile 442 (Silver Mist)
  • 1966 Chevrolet Impala (Regal Red)
  • 1964 Ford Galaxie 500 (Gloss Black)
  • 1958 Plymouth Fury (Buckskin Beige)
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!





“Dandy” Dick Landy was a trailblazer in Super Stock and Pro Stock racing throughout his career, which lasted for nearly five decades. During the 1960’s Chrysler regrouped their factory-racing program and Performance Clinics were staffed by racers in various geographic locations in the U.S. – Dick Landy was one of those racers.

Dick Landy’s Performance Clinics programs was among the most popular. Dandy Dick was well versed in presenting the image desired by the Chrysler. A Dick Landy Dodge Performance Seminar at a dealership meant an overflow crowd. Dick and his crew had a very busy schedule appearing at dealerships but he continued his entries at major NHRA & AHRA events running a team of Super Stocks and capturing many wins! Not only was he a successful and winning race car driver, but he also introduced supercharging, mechanical fuel injection, and helped to build the upper tiers of today’s drag racing.

For the first time, Auto World has replicated this famous 1969 Dodge Charger with authentic graphics as it was raced in 1969 with Landy’s blueprinted and built 426 Hemi engine!

• Silver with Authentic Race Graphics
• 426 Hemi Engine & 4 Speed Transmission
• Newly Tooled Cragar Rims with Rear Racing Slick Tires
• Newly Tooled Raised R/T Emblem on Rear Quarter Panel
• Serialized Chassis
• Opening Hood, Doors & Trunk






In 1928 George Barris and his older brother Sam moved to Roseville, California and the two started creating “Barris Brothers” custom cars. Barris’ passion and business expanded over the years, garnered the attention of Hollywood, and this led to customizing cars for movies, television, and personal cars for the stars of the time, including Frank Sinatra, Zsa Zsa Gabor, and Elvis Presley. The Barris Koach was built from three Model T bodies. The car was decked out with amazing details, including roll steel scrollwork, brass radiator, split radius rods and T-springs. It was an amazing undertaking, given that the scrollwork alone took 500 hours to complete. But Barris pulled it all together in just three weeks - meeting the studio’s deadline.

• Black Paint
• Highly Detailed Engine
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Red Flocked Interior
• Precise, Accurate Interior & Complete Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal
• Opening Doors





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





Rockbridge, California, September 12, 1978: Arnie Cunningham was the quiet class nerd lacking strength and confidence to stand up for himself. On the first day of school, he was threatened by Buddy, a knife-wielding gang leader in the school. Unknowingly, Arnie’s life would take a dark turn later that day. After buying a rusty, mysterious 1958 Fury junker named Christine for $250, she consumed his life with evil and fearless arrogance. Christine and Arnie were inseparable. Any threats against Christine resulted in violent repercussions. Buddy and his Camaro learned that the hard way!

Autoworld has brought back to life, what Christine destroyed. Body panels are all straight, fresh paint and has new tooled wheels.

• Silver/Blue Paint
• Opening Doors & Hood
• Detailed Engine
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Newly Tooled Turbine Wheels
• Accurate Interior, Chassis and Trunk
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal
• Correct Front Bumper/no Bumper Guards



The Three Stooges humor is timeless; they were – and remain – the best at what they did and what they did remains funny and entertaining with a broad appeal that is generational and global.

The Three Stooges are true comedy classics, cultural icons and their names and humor are deeply embedded in the fabric of American society. 86 years later their humor, shtick, technique and plain laugh out loud antics have moved to the big screen with their shorts and feature films, to television and right into today’s digital age.

Autoworld has designed this “tribute” 1955 Chevy pickup with meticulous detail, multiple moving parts and the graphics are slap-stick perfection.

• Accurate Replica of 1950s Era
• Opening Doors & Hood
• Detailed Engine
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Detailed Interior & Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal



   
 
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