1941 Packard Convertible. 1:18 scale diecast collectible model car. This Packard is a 12"Lx 4"Wx 3"H die cast classic oldies with openable hood, doors & trunk. Sits on a display plaque. Limited edition 1 of 5000. Comes with a Packard coin. This Packard is manufactured by Signature Models; ref. no 68628 in BLUE color. Individually packed in a window box. Box size: 15.75"Lx 7.6"Wx 6.25"H.
Our Price: $100.00
Part#: DCM 1922 KOOKIES KAR
Danbury Mint 1922 T Bucket Kookie's Kar Limited Edition 1:24 Description:
Norm Grabowski's diminutive hot rod was such a hit that it was featured on the cover of Car Craft magazine in April of 1957, as well as most other leading rodding magazines of the time. From there, it became the ride of actor Edd Byrnes (a.k.a. Kookie) in the hit television series 77 Sunset Strip. It was at that point that the car itself picked up a name that has forever been immortalized in hot rod history…Kookie’s Kar.
Equally at home on the drag strip, the floor of the Oakland Roadster Show, or on the TV screen, this red, white and blue all-American beauty became a classic that has spawned countless imitators. Norm’s car was so well thought out and so beautifully finished that it is easy to see why the “T-bucket” became a style all its own, and continues to be an inspiration for hot rods more than 50 years later.
Available for the first (and only!) time in 1/24 scale precision die-cast, Kookie’s Kar can now find another home…in your collection. This is a strictly limited edition.
The XK120 was Jaguar's first totally new car since the end of World War II. Jaguar's founder, William Lyons, designed the car in three months in 1948 and his factory built a prototype for the Earls Court Motor Show in just two weeks. Demand for the car was so great and immediate that all the 1949 and 1950 models were made out of aluminum while the factory prepared the tooling to build the cars out of steel. The car, which sold at a list price of ¢G998, was fitted with a new six-cylinder, twin-overhead camshaft engine of 3442cc that could produce 160 horsepower and a sustained speed of 120 miles per hour, providing the 120 its name. Its revolutionary design featured independent front suspension and hydraulic breaks, which unfortunately had a tendency to wear out quickly. At 5 feet, 1.5 inches, the car was wider than other European sports cars, which allowed roomier leather seats as well as storage in the doors concealed with leather flaps. The car's undercarriage was based on the MK-V Saloon chassis but shortened 18 inches to 14 feet, 6 inches. Famous owners included Clark Gable, Phil Hill and Sterling Moss.
Brand new 1:24 scale diecast model of 1956 Cadillac Series 62 Parade Limousine Black 1/24 Diecast Model Car by Road Signature.
Has steerable wheels.
Brand new box.
Comes with flags to attach.
Has opening hood, doors and trunk.
Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
Dimensions approximately L-10.5, W-4.5, H-4 inches.
Our Price: $49.99
Part#: DCM 1934 CALIFORNIA KID
Danbury Mint 1934 Ford Coupe The California Kid Number Ltd. Description:
All the right stuff went into the making of the original California Kid, and every bit was captured of this exceptional replica. Started, of course, with a highly modified '34 Ford three-window coupe, and then add the heart of this baby, a 1968 Ford Mustang 302-cid V-8 mated to a '68 Ford C8 transmission. Add to the mix: steering from a '67 Mustang, some coil-over shock and brakes from a '40 Ford. Lift up that side-saddle hood and check out the suspension, this precision replica has it all and you will be absolutely thrilled.
Our Price: $375.00
Part#: DCM 1932 MCMULLEN
Danbury Mint 1932 Ford McMullen Roadster Limited Edition 1:2 Description:
Proud to introduce from the Danbury Mint is the Limited Edition McMullen Roadster, a perfect 1:24 scale replication of Tom McMullen's roadster exactly as it appeared on the cover of Hot Rod. This brand new replica captures every detail of the stunning '32 Highboy. Production of this amazing model will take place this year only and this one-of-a-kind tribute to a truly historic hot rod will be gone before you know it!
Just like the hard work Tom McMullen put into this hot rod, our design team made sure even the smallest details were captured in our replica. Whether you want to peek inside to admire the black and white two-tone interior or turn the model over to view the fuel line connecting the moon tank to the engine, you will be amazed by the wealth of amazing details.
Open either side of the louvered hood to examine the race-ready engine. The '62 Chevy 327 cubic inch engine is perfectly captured, from the 4-71 GMC blower to the dual carbs and louvered air cleaners...its all there. We gave the exterior just as much attention...the black body has a showroom shine, and the yellow and red flames seem to pop off the paint. The pinstriping is the crowning touch. The suspension components, moon tank, and even the license plate are authentically replicated too.