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Auto World 1:64 Scale Die-Cast Cars-Licensed Release A (6-car set)
Our Price: $47.99

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 1:64 Scale Die-Cast Cars-Licensed Release B (6-car set)
Our Price: $47.99

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 Richard Petty 1964 Plymouth Belvedere 1:24 Scale Diecast
Our Price: $59.99

Richard Petty drove this Plymouth Belvedere in the 1964 NASCAR season. It marks an important point in Petty’s career—pairing the first high-profile win for the young driver,
while driving a new Plymouth with a powerful HEMI engine. Petty and the Belvedere won the sixth Daytona 500, and cinched the 1964 Grand National Championship. His busy
schedule didn’t provide enough time to properly test the car on the track, resulting in a season riddled with technical difficulties. Despite the challenge, this season set Richard’s
victories apart from his father’s accomplishments, while showing that he had the talent and drive to build on the Petty racing legacy.

• Petty Blue Paint
• Exclusive License
• Opening Hood & Detailed Engine
• Real Rubber Tires
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal

Auto World Richard Petty 1970 Plymouth Superbird 1:24 Scale Diecast
Our Price: $59.99

Richard Petty was lured back to Plymouth in 1970 with the development of the new winged Plymouth Superbird. Chrysler had to produce more than 1500 of the new models (1920 were built) to gain acceptance from NASCAR to enter Grand National competition, all necessary to reacquire the services of NASCAR’s leading driver. The Superbird did well on the track, placing high in several races, and winning eight for the season. Banned from NASCAR after the 1970 season, due to stricter engine displacement regulations, the distinctive styling and significance for bringing Petty back to Plymouth have made this car an instantly recognizable icon, and important part of NASCAR history.

• Petty Blue Paint
• Exclusive License
• Opening Hood & Detailed Engine
• Real Rubber Tires
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal

Auto World 1971 Gene Snow Rambunctious Dodge Charger Funny Car (Legends of 1/4 mile) 1:18 Scale Die-Cast
Our Price: $89.99

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
Auto World 1970 Pontiac Firebird Don Gay Funny Car 1:18 Scale Die-cast
Our Price: $89.99

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
Auto World 1969 Dodge Charger (Happy Birthday General Lee) 1:18 Scale Diecast
Our Price: $89.99

Auto World® replicates the 1969 Dodge Charger as seen in the first episode of Season 7: “Happy Birthday, General Lee”, sporting a solid black paint job and basic steel wheels, just like the original setup of the car as owned by the gold dust thieves. This highly accurate Charger has details specific to this version of the car, making this Happy Birthday General Lee the replica that all Duke of Hazzard™ fans have been waiting for.


Features:
• Gloss Black Paint
• Opening Doors & Hood
• Detailed Engine
• New Steel Wheel Tooling
• Steerable Front Wheels
• Accurate Interior & Chassis
• Heavyweight Die-Cast Metal
• Open-Element Air Cleaner


Auto World 2015 Ford Mustang GT 1:18 Scale Diecast
Our Price: $94.99

Featuring ALL-NEW TOOLING, Auto World is eager to replicate this modern classic! It will feature authentic details such as a die-cast body with opening hood, doors
and trunk, detailed interior accents, highly polished electro-plated chrome parts and more! With an accurate engine and engine bay, the details are so precise you can almost hear the engine revving.

   
 
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