|73 Matches Found, 1 thru 73 on this page.|
|Maker - Item# - Scale||Description|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1025 - 1/18 Scale||
2004 Pontiac GTO Coupe in Bermuda Blue
As seen in Car & Driver magazine
• Die-cast body with opening doors and hood
• Realistic headlights and taillights
• Retractable radio antenna
• Highly polished electro-plated chrome part
• Accurate engine and engine bay details Steering wheel and front wheels turn together
• Folding seat backs
• Detailed interior accent [Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1089 - 1/18 Scale||
1957 Ford Thunderbird Convertible in Gloss White with a Red Roof - Christmas Issue #3
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1092 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus in Metallic Sherwood Forest Green
In 1971, Plymouth redesigned their mid-sized lineup. There were some carry-over details of the “fuselage” styling of the previous year’s full-sized cars, but the tapered nose and curvaceous body appealed much more to muscle car fans. The front looped bumper and four exposed headlights were a distinct styling feature.
For the first time in 1:18 scale, Auto World is replicating a 1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus, and the grill features new tooling of the factory-correct Satellite red, white, and blue emblem. Painted in GF7 Sherwood Green Metallic, paired with the seldom-seen M73 bumper option, this is one rarely-optioned Plymouth Satellite Sebring. Accenting the interior’s white bucket seats is a white canopy roof and white Sebring Plus stripes. Under the hood is a highly-detailed 383 cu. in. 4bbl 4-speed capable of 300hp @ 4800 RPM.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1102 - 1/18 Scale||
Plymouth GTX Convertible in Jamaica Blue - MCACN + 50th Anniversary
• Opening Doors & Hood
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1105 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Buick Skylark GS in Gold - Hemmings Muscle Machines
• Opening Doors & Hood
Buick was the irrefutable king of torque during the muscle car era, and one of the best examples was the Buick GS Stage 1. Touting a newly developed 455 ci engine that boasted a staggering 510 lb-ft of torque at 2,800rpm and 360hp, it was in a league of its own. Unlike its brightly painted and speed-striped cousins, the Buick GS Stage 1 was a subdued and refined looking vehicle that just so happened to have a reputation for knocking the socks off its flashy counterparts with its amazing V8.
This 1970 Buick GS Stage 1 was a labor of love for Carl Rychlik, who purchased the old rattle trap at a Buick swap meet in 1995. After over 4000 hours of weekends and late nights, Rychlik was able to restore this rare car to better than-new condition by 2003. Hemmings Muscle Machines magazine paid tribute to this car by voting it 2006 Muscle Machine of the Year![Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1110 - 1/18 Scale||
1957 Chrysler 300C Hardtop in Gauguin Red (60th Anniversary)
The 1957 Chrysler 300C was third in succession of the 300-series of performance luxury cars preceded by the 1955 Chrysler C-300 and the 1956 Chrysler 300B. Boldly restyled, it featured a wide dramatic grill, undulating front bumper, and large tail fins. To power the massive 18ft-long 2-door hardtop, the standard engine option was a 392ci 6.4L HEMI® pushing 375hp.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of this historic vehicle, Auto World has replicated the 1957 Chrysler 300C in factory-matched Gauguin Red. Under the hood is the meticulously-detailed HEMI® powerplant feeding an accurately-replicated drivetrain with rotating driveshaft. The interior features period-correct 2-tone black and beige with folding seats and functional steering wheel.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1111 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Shelby GT-500 2+2 in Nightmist Blue (Hemmings Muscle Machines & 50th Anniversary)
• Opening Doors & Hood
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic vehicle American Muscle presents the 1967 Shelby® GT-500™ featured on the cover of the Hemmings Muscle Machine magazine. Auto World is proud to replicate this incredible GT-500™ in 1:18 scale painted in Nightmist Blue Metallic with white rocker stripes.
With heavy-duty suspension and tweaked underneath for enhanced handling, this Shelby® is a boulevard brawler with a big-block 428 Cobra Jet engine under the hood. The interior features period-correct 2-tone black and white with folding seats and a racy wood-rimmed three-spoke steering wheel.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1115 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Buick GS Hardtop with Matching Auto World 1/64 1967 Buick GS
Back in the 1960s, Buick® used the Gran Sport™ name on several of its performance-based luxury muscle cars. For 1967, the Gran Sport™ name was replaced simply with GS™, as it became a standalone model in the Buick® lineup. It utilized a brand new 400ci V8 producing 340 hp and 440 lbs.-ft. of torque.
The GS™ 400 was a good balance of luxury and performance for the gentleman muscle car enthusiast. It wasn’t flashy with racing stripes or large braggadocios badging, but with throaty notes it gripped the pavement with 0-60 mph in 6.5 seconds. The distinguished man on his way to the office could lay down a 1/4 mile in just over 15 seconds.
Auto World has replicated this top-end Buick® in Sapphire Blue paint with blue interior in both 1:18 AND and an exclusive True 1:64 scale![Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1116 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Hardtop in B5 Blue
In 1967, the R/T performance package debuted on the Dodge Coronet. Meaning Road/Track, it conveyed a car that could be driven or raced. The standard engine was the large 440ci V8 and other performance options.
In 1969, with the introduction of the Dodge Super Bee Six Pack and the popularity of the Dodge Charger, the 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T didn’t garner as much attention as it deserved. However, with a standard 440ci Magnum 4-bbl engine, Ramcharger induction package, redesigned grill and tail lights, the Dodge Coronet R/T was every bit as powerful and stylish as its Dodge siblings.
Auto World has replicated the 1969 Dodge Coronet R/T in factory B5 Blue Iridescent with white bee stripe. For the first time, it features a NEWLY-TOOLED M46 side scoop option! Under the hood is an incredibly detailed 440 Magnum powerplant.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1117 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Buick Skylark GSX Hardtop in Limemist Green with Black Top and Interior - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1118 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Baldwin Motion Chevrolet Camaro SS Hardtop in Marina Blue - 50th Anniversary
• Opening Doors, Trunk, & Hood
Baldwin Motion was a name synonymous with raw horsepower and supercar performance between 1967 and 1974. Joel Rosen, the owner of Motion Performance, Inc. knew there was a fine line between gasoline and adrenaline and he was on a mission to push Bowties to their limits. Motion Performance partnered with Baldwin Chevrolet® to modify and market the fastest quarter-milers available under the Chevy® name.
Auto World has faithfully replicated the very first Baldwin Motion Camaro® ever built. It’s a 1967 model year painted in Marina Blue with a black vinyl top and matching black SS nose stripe. Under the hood is a massive 427ci big-block with custom air cleaner capable of producing 425hp. Auto World is proud to commemorate this iconic vehicle that has paved the way for generations of muscle car fans![Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1122 - 1/18 Scale||
1962 Pontiac Grand Prix in Ensign Blue with Black Interior
The first Pontiac® Grand Prix™, released in 1962, was based on the Catalina™ coupe, but with less chrome trim, an updated, stylized grill and distinctive headlights. The myriad of options available assured that anyone’s luxury and performance expectations could be met. For more muscle car appeal, the Grand Prix™ interior was outfitted with bucket seats, padded instrument panel, tachometer, and a host of other interior features. Engine options included the standard 389 V8, two high-output 389 engines, a 421 ‘street’ version, and the pricey 421 four-barrel Super Duty that yielded 405hp. Auto World has faithfully replicated the rarest 1962 Pontiac® Grand Prix™ – the 421 Super Duty – in factory Ensign Blue paint with stock 8-lug wheels. Only 16 of these actual cars were ever produced, and only a handful exist today.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1124 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 AMC AMX Hardtop "Class of 68" in Blazer Blue - 50th Anniversary
Includes matching 1/64 scale Johnny Lightning Replica
It’s the golden anniversary of the AMC AMX! Fifty years ago, AMC introduced a sporty, powerful, award-winning two-seater that solidified their standing in the muscle car market. Also, it was the only American built all steel body two-seater of the day! The top-of-the-line engine was the 390ci 4bbl AMC V8 engine capable of 315hp and a top speed of 122 mph.
The name AMX is derived from American Motors EXperimental code used on a two-seater concept car from 1966. AMC did not have a reputation of sporty, performance vehicles, so the AMC AMX was created to change the public’s perception and attract younger buyers. It worked. On February 24, 1968, the AMC AMX was debuted, and highly acclaimed by the public and the media. At less the $3500, it was massive performance for minimal money. AMC sold 6,725 in 1968 alone.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1133 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in Black Velvet w/ White Stripes
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1135 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Chevrolet Nova Yenko Coupe in LeMans Blue
As a second-generation Chevrolet® dealer, Don Yenko was raised around cars. Style, performance, and trends in the car market were second nature to him.
In 1957, he took over his father’s dealership in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. In 1966, he began building highly desirable, customized Chevrolet® muscle cars. Beginning with the Corvair®, he progressed into the Nova™, Camaro™, Chevelle™, and Vega™ muscle car market. He was building so many cars by 1969, he began utilizing GM’s Central Office Production Order (COPO) system to order cars directly from GM with the desired L-72 427ci engines factory-installed. With limited production runs and exceedingly high performance, the Yenko® name became a brand in its own right, producing some of the most collectible and valuable Chevrolet® muscle cars from the era.
This Auto World die-cast is an exact 1:18 replica of a LeMans Blue 1969 Chevy® Nova Yenko masterpiece.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1138 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Buick GSX Hardtop in Platinum Mist Metallic - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1139 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in Raven Black - Hemmings Muscle Machines
Commemorating the 50th anniversary of the 428 Cobra Jet engine, Auto World has replicated the Raven Black 1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 featured on the cover of the May 2007 issue of Hemmings Muscle Machines. The Mustang Mach 1 is compared head-to-head with a black 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 426 HEMI. Each car is paralleled in vivid detail, from the overarching horsepower, handling, and speed down to the minute details like the sound of the engine, cabin space and the style of the gauges.
This actual Mach 1 Mustang was built in July of 1969 and shipped to Biggio Ford Lincoln-Mercury in Steubenville, Ohio for its sale to the public. With all the options, it had a sticker price of $4,079.51. The current owner, Earl Mann, bought this car at a Hot August Nights auction in Reno in 2002. Even then, it was still 99% original.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1141 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Hardtop in Silver - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1143 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Hurst in Peruvian Silver and Black "Class of 68" - 50th Anniversary
1968 was the year of the “Youngmobile.” GM launched their ad campaign focused on younger car buyers. The larger engines in mid-sized cars ere at the time, widely available from competing manufacturers. GM set out to change that trend. Teaming up with Hurst, the Olds® Cutlass™ Hurst/Olds was the answer. Two different versions of the newly-developed 455ci motor was installed into the 1968 Olds® Cutlass™. The W45 engine was bolted into the non-AC cars while the W46 went into cars equipped with AC. Both engines produced 390hp at 5,000rpm, with a 10.50:1 compression ratio.
Auto World has replicated an actual special-order H/O with a white interior owned by famed west coast racer Briggs Cunningham. He convinced his dealership to swap the proper black interior for a special-ordered white interior!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1145 - 1/18 Scale||
1957 Chevrolet Cameo Pickup Truck in Onyx Black - 100th Anniversary
Chevrolet® trucks have been a staple of the American dream for 100 years. Generations of hard-working Americans have relied on their trusty Chevy® to haul everything under the sun to enrich their way of life. It could be countless bushels of this year’s sweet corn harvest, or their son or daughter’s furniture as they move into a college dorm, or even a sweet 454 crate motor going into the next award- winning custom hot rod. Chevy® trucks have been delivering greatness since 1918.
To commemorate the anniversary of Chevy® trucks, Auto World is honored to replicate this 1957 Chevy® Cameo™ 3124 pickup in factory-matched Jet Black paint. The interior is properly detailed with matching black seats with white inserts. This truck is a fine addition to the American Muscle line of 1:18 die-cast replicas.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1146 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus in FC7 Purple with White Vinyl Roof - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1147 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner Post Coupe in White - Hemmings Muscle Machines
Bo Beaulier worked with his brother, Dalton, as a performance mechanic at Secord Chrysler-Plymouth in Meriden, Connecticut. In 1969, he had ordered a 1969 Plymouth Cuda 340 with plans of immediately swapping the stock engine for a 440 so he could drag race it. The car he ordered was stolen during transfer to the dealership! Instead, he test drove a white A12 6bbl Plymouth Road Runner off the dealership lot. He and his wife Barbara bought it brand new on May 18, 1969.
Shortly after, the Beaulier brothers tuned the new Plymouth Road Runner for a successful racing career running high 11s at more than 110mph. For years, Bo and Barbara took immaculate care of their Plymouth Road Runner both on and off the track, before finally selling it to Dalton’s son-in-law named Barbagallo in 2001. He still owns this rare car today.
The Plymouth brand made 1,412 A12- optioned cars using both the 2-door coupe and hardtop body styles. Of those, only two had white paint and a 4-speed. Only one of those had a blue bench seat interior.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1148 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Dodge Charger R/T Hardtop in EV2 Tor Red - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1149 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Buick Grand Sport Hardtop in Seamist Green - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1152 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Ford Mustang Hardtop in Black Jade - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1153 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Pontiac GTO Royal Bobcat in Code R Solar Red - Class of 68 - 50th Anniversary
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1154 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Duster Hardtop in GY3 Curious Yellow - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1155 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator in Competition Yellow - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1156 - 1/18 Scale||
1972 Chevrolet Vega Yenko Stinger in Man-O-War Red - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1158 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop in CY3 Citron Yella - 50th Anniversary
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1160 - 1/18 Scale||
1977 Pontiac Trans Am in Buccaneer Red
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1161 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Chevrolet El Camino in Black Cherry - 100th Anniversary of Chevy Trucks
Generations of hard-working Americans have relied on their trusty Chevy® to haul everything under the sun to enrich their way of life. It could be countless bushels of this year’s sweet corn harvest, or their son or daughter’s furniture as they move into a college dorm, or even a sweet 454 crate motor going into the next award- winning custom hot rod. Chevy® trucks have been delivering greatness since 1918.
To commemorate the anniversary of Chevy® trucks, Auto World is honored to replicate this 1970 Chevy® El Camino™ in factory-matched Black Cherry paint. Under the cowl hood is the Turbo Jet 454ci v8 producing 450hp![Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1165 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Chevrolet C10 Fleet Side Pickup Truck in Gold with White Top
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1166 - 1/18 Scale||Car Trailer in Black and Chrome [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1167 - 1/18 Scale||Car Trailer in Red and Silver [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1168 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona in Bronze Metallic - MCACN
The 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was developed specifically for NASCAR. It was loud to both the ears and the eyes with its iconic large rear wing, front nose cone, and 426 HEMI® rumbling under the hood. This 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona is equipped with a rare factory 4-speed HEMI® and painted T5 Bronze with tan interior and white bee stripe. It’s a striking combination, especially when paired with color-matched dog-dish wheels and redline tires.
This vehicle was featured at the Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals. Well-documented throughout its history, this 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona was once a part of the Otis Chandler collection as well as the infamous Tim Wellborn Museum collection. Famous people who have owned this car include NFL linebacker Kevin Greene, and even David Spade who famously bid this car up to $900,000 at a 2015 Mecum Auction!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1170 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 AMC AMX Hardtop in Big Bad Orange - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1171 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Pontiac GTO Judge in Warwick Blue - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1172 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Dodge Super Bee Hardtop in Butterscotch with Flat Black Roof, Red Engine Bay and Side Scoops - Class of 1969
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1174 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Charger R/T in Charger Red - Class of 1969
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1175 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix SJ in Espresso Brown
The venerable Pontiac Grand Prix received a complete redesign in 1969 under the direction of John DeLorean, who famously later founded DeLorean Motor Company.
The reworked model included an aggressive grille and sharp linework throughout, alongside several engine options that topped out with the mighty 390 horsepower 428 HO powerplant. These upgrades paid off, with GM selling almost four times as many units as the '68 version.
The particular example this model replicates is owned by Scott Mancini, who bought the vehicle in 2016. It attained a Legend-level rating from the Vintage Certification Program at the 2017 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals (MCACN), being judged an astounding 92.6% factory-original condition.
This 1/18 scale model is lovingly rendered in heavy diecast metal and shows incredible attention to detail. In addition to the precise bodywork, opening doors and hood, and authentic interior, the vehicle features:
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1176 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe in Marina Blue - MCACN
This Marina Blue 1967 Chevy® Corvette® 427 is a time capsule of Corvette® history. It was first delivered to Robert Chevrolet in Hickville, NY in May of 1967. In the 1980s, this car made its way into the Corvette® collections of both Ed Mueller and Irwin Kroiz. Eventually, Frank Stech bought this car in 1993 from an owner in Connecticut, CT. It currently has 14,000 original miles, the original interior, the original tank sticker, protecto-plate, and finance papers. It’s also equipped with the factory-installed drive train, which includes the 427/435hp motor, M21 4-speed trans, 3:70 positraction rear axle ratio, and the dual side exhaust system.
This car was featured on the cover of Corvette Fever magazine in May of 1996. Some of the car’s awards include Bloomington Gold Certification and 14 NCRS Top Flight certificates. It earned the Chevy Vettefest Gold Spinner and Triple Crown awards along with “Best Original/Restored Corvette” at the Chevy Vettefest in 2000. It was also an AACA Grand National Award winner in 2016 and twice was nominated for AACA National Awards. This car was featured in the 2017 Bloomington Gold Special Collection.[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1177 - 1/18 Scale||
1977 Pontiac Trans Am Special Edition in Starlight Black - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1178 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Chevrolet Yenko Nova in Gloss Black with Flat Black Roof - Class of 1969/MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1179 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner Coupe in Sunfire Yellow with X9 Black Roof - Class of 1969
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1181 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in Aztec Aqua - Class of 1969
For the 1969 model year, Ford saw a need to offer a performance-oriented variant of its incredibly popular Mustang. The result was the Mach 1, the crown jewel of all Ford Mustangs, now available from American Muscle with factory-authentic Aztec Aqua paint!
A matte black hood, spoiler, and window louvers tie front and rear together, with a rocker stripe aiding vertical symmetry.
A gorgeous white-on-black interior with simulated teak wood accents make this Mustang just as much of a visual feast from the inside.
Don't let the dreamy looks fool you, though, this is no sleeper! A massive 428 cu in, 7.0L Cobra Jet V8 mated to a 4-barrel carb from Holley put out a bone-shaking 440 lb-ft of torque at 3400 RPM. Ford's brand new Mach 1 was no slouch.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1182 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop in Violet - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1183 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Mercury Cougar Hardtop in Competition Orange - 50th Anniversary of the Boss Fords
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1184 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Plymouth Road Runner Hard Top in Petty Blue - Class of 1969
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1186 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in Lemon Twist - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1187 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Shelby Mustang Convertible in Candy Apple Red - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1188 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Shelby Mustang Fastback in Acapulco Blue - MCACN and 50th Anniversary of the BOSS Fords
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1189 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Ford Torino Cobra Fastback in Medium Blue Mist - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1190 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Chevrolet Chevelle SS396 - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1191 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Super Bee Hardtop in R6 Red - Class of 69
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1192 - 1/18 Scale||
1966 Pontiac GTO Hardtop in Palmetto Green - Hemmings Motor News
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1194 - 1/18 Scale||
L'il Red Express Truck - 1978 Dodge Pickup Truck in Red - Hemmings Muscle Machines
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1196 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Ford Mustang Fastback BOSS 429 in Wimbledon White - Class of 69 and 50th Anniversary of the BOSS Fords
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1197 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Chevrolet Camaro in Cranberry Red - Baldwin Motion Phase III
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1198 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Buick GSX Hardtop in Cortez Gold - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1200 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Charger R/T Hardtop in B3 Metallic Light Blue - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1201 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Chevrolet Chevelle SS Hardtop in Ermine White - NICKEY
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1202 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Shelby Mustang GT-350 Hardtop in Raven Black - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1204 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in X9 Black Velvet - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1205 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Plymouth Duster Hardtop in FE5 Rallye Red - Hemmings Classic Car
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1208 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S W31 in White - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1210 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Dodge Charger R/T Hardtop in EL5 Butterscotch - MCACN
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1211 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Ford Torino GT Hardtop in Medium Ivy Poly - Class of 1970
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1212 - 1/18 Scale||
1962 Pontiac Royal Bobcat Catalina Hardtop in Aquamarine
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1216 - 1/18 Scale||
1958 Chevrolet Bel Air Impala in Cashmere Blue
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1217 - 1/18 Scale||
Enclosed Car Trailer in Black and Silver
Interior dimensions are 10" long, 4.5" wide, and 3.5" tall[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1218 - 1/18 Scale||
Enclosed Car Trailer in Red and Silver
Interior dimensions are 10" long, 4.5" wide, and 3.5" tall[Age: 14 and up ]
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1219 - 1/18 Scale||
1964 Chevrolet Impala in Lagoon Aqua Poly Body with
Gloss Ermine White Roof
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