|65 Matches Found, 1 thru 65 on this page.|
|Maker - Item# - Scale||Description|
|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 - 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 - 1141 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Coronet R/T Hardtop in Silver - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
• Opening Doors & Hood
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1146 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Satellite Sebring Plus in FC7 Purple with White Vinyl Roof - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
• Opening Doors & Hood
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1153 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Pontiac GTO Royal Bobcat in Code R Solar Red - Class of 68 - 50th Anniversary
• Opening Doors & Hood
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1179 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner Coupe in Sunfire Yellow with X9 Black Roof - Class of 1969
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1182 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop in Violet - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1186 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in Lemon Twist - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|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 - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition 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 - 1191 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Super Bee Hardtop in R6 Red - Class of 69
|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 - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1200 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Dodge Charger R/T Hardtop in B3 Metallic Light Blue - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|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 - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1204 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in X9 Black Velvet - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1205 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Plymouth Duster Hardtop in FE5 Rallye Red - Hemmings Classic Car
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1206 - 1/18 Scale||1969 Chevy Chevelle Hardtop Yenko in Olympic Gold [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1208 - 1/18 Scale||
1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass S W31 in White - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1210 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Dodge Charger R/T Hardtop in EL5 Butterscotch - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1212 - 1/18 Scale||
1962 Pontiac Royal Bobcat Catalina Hardtop in Aquamarine
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1213 - 1/18 Scale||1969 Plymouth RR Hardtop in X9 Tuxedo Black - Hemmings Muscle Machines [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1214 - 1/18 Scale||1968 AMC AMX Hardtop in Light Green Metallic - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1215 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Dodge Charger R/T SE Hardtop in FM3 Panther Pink - Class of 1970
For over 50 years, Dodge Charger has been one of the most popular and iconic muscle cars. With its bulging rear fenders, it carried on the distinctive Coke-bottle styling trend utilized by many other makes and models. For 1970, the styling changed slightly. The front grill became a large piece of jewelry surrounded by brightwork, and the grill lost its center divider to extend the full width of the car. Covering the scallops on the doors were large scoops bearing the R/T badge. This die-cast replicates the never subtle FM3 Panther Pink body color with 440 blackout hood treatment. This heavily-optioned die-cast also features a black interior with Special Edition trim details, white bee stripe, and a J81 rear spoiler. Under the hood is a 440 Six-Pack. It’s truly American muscle at its finest!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1221 - 1/18 Scale||1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible in Coral and Shadow Gray [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1225 - 1/18 Scale||1970 Plymouth AAR ‘Cuda 340 Six-Pack in Blue Fire Metallic [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1226 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Chevy Nova SS 396 in Hugger Orange
No longer under the Chevy® II umbrella, 1970 was a continuation of the Chevy® Nova™ legacy established a year earlier. To this day, it is still one of the smallest muscle cars to ever come out of Detroit. The Super Sport™ trim package continued into 1970, but it was the last year for the powerful SS™ 396 engine option producing 375hp. If the 3-speed Turbo-Hydramatic 400 wasn’t optioned, buyers could choose the beefier 4-speed manual “Rock Crusher” M-22 transmission. The “Rock Crusher” name was coined from the very specific whine it made when switching gears. There were only minimal exterior changes in 1970, including slight adjustments to the side marker and tail lights.
Auto World has replicated this 1970 Chevy® Nova™ SS™ 396 in bright Hugger Orange paint. Under the hood is the highly-detailed Turbo-Jet 396ci motor paired to a manual transmission.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1227 - 1/18 Scale||1967 Shelby GT-350 [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1228 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Nickey Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Hardtop in Bolero Red - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
Back in 2017, the Chevy® Camaro® was celebrating a major milestone in automotive history ... its 50th anniversary. To celebrate, the 2017 MCACN had an invitational showing of several special-and-rare 1967 Chevy® Camaro® models. This example, owned by Kirt Wortman, was one such vehicle on display. In 1925, Nickey® opened and eventually became one of the largest automobile retailers and the largest Hi-Performance parts shop in the world. In the 60’s, they literally created the genre of what is now known as the Super Car by modifying and tuning vehicles for maximum performance and horsepower. All original, surviving Nickey-tuned vehicles are rare, but this Camaro® is exceptionally rare being a Z/28® model. Auto World is proud to replicate this stunning Camaro® in vivid Bolero Red, dual white stripes, black interior, and newly-tooled stinger hood! This Nickey® Camaro® is powered by a highly-detailed small-block 302 Turbo-fire engine.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1229 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Shelby GT-500 in Wimbledon White - Class of 1970
Arguably, the last year for the Shelby GT-500® was the 1969 model year. Technically, that’s correct. However, unsold models from 1969 carried over into 1970. Along with emissions refinements, they were given a black hood treatment, a front chin spoiler, and were retagged with new VIN numbers with the help of the FBI. 1970 was the last year that the Shelby name would appear on a Mustang variant sold in the United States until 2005!
On the surface, the 1969 and 1970 models received a completely revised front end, plus a new hood with five fully-functional air vents. Under the hood was a powerful Cobra Jet Ram Air 428ci 7.0L V8 producing 405hp and 470 ft.-lbs. of torque. In 1:18 scale, Auto World has accurately replicated this 1970 Shelby GT-500® in bright Wimbledon White, blue GT-500® stripes and proper 5-spoke wheels.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1230 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Chevrolet Nova SS 396 in Black Cherry - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
Featured at the 2019 Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals was this beautiful 1970 Chevy® Nova™ SS™ owned by Lance Line. It’s painted in rich Black Cherry paint with a white vinyl top. Under the hood is the L78 396 cubic inch big-block producing 375hp built by Line Performance. The Turbo 400 transmission is connected to a 12 bolt rear with a 3:55 gear ratio. It’s equipped with power steering, power brakes, and a Gardner exhaust system. This car underwent a complete rotisserie restoration performed by Autokraft Race Cars and Restorations of Eau Claire, WI.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1231 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Dodge Super Bee Hardtop in R4 Red - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
This A12 Dodge Coronet Super Bee is 1-of-826 4-speed hardtops produced during the special run of cars in 1969. The car was produced towards the end of June 1969 at the Lynch Road assembly plant in Detroit, MI. Specs include its original numbers-matching drivetrain M-code 440 Six Pack engine, A-833 4-speed trans, 4.10 Dana Sure-Grip rear end, as well as the original broadcast sheet. The black interior features bucket seats with console and an AM/8-track radio. During restoration, this car was repainted in its original R4 bright red paint, but retains all of its original body panels. The owner, John Spears, purchased this A12 in 2019 and was thrilled to be invited to show his car in the “A12 Reunion” section at the 2019 MCACN Show for the 50th anniversary celebration of these very special cars. As luck would have it, a longtime previous owner, and the one responsible for the complete restoration of the car was at the show! He recognized his old car immediately.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1232 - 1/18 Scale||
1969.5 Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop in Velvet Black - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition
Bruce Bartie showed his A12 Plymouth Road Runner at 2 of 4 venues of the 50th anniversary A12 celebration (Mopars in the Park, MN and MCACN, IL). This is one of 1412 cars produced mid-year, all of which had: 440 c.i. engine, three 2BBL Holley carburetors, aluminum intake, lift-off fiberglass hood, 15” x 6” black wheels, and a 4.10 Dana rear. They were produced in coupe and hardtop versions with 4-speed or automatic transmissions. Bruce has had direct contact with three of four previous owners. He would like to credit Jim Berry, the second and longest owner, for his vision to keep his “family car” maintained and in running condition during the ‘70’s to ‘90’s when most muscle cars were lost to neglect. Jim ran this car at National Trail Raceway, driving there with family from his home a short distance away. This car was featured on Dream Car Garage in 2004 and at the 40th A12 anniversary in Carlisle, PA in 2009.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1233 - 1/18 Scale||1966 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Hardtop in Regal Red - Hemmings [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1234 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Ford Torino Cobra in Bright Red
The Ford Torino Cobra, with its all-new styling for 1970, was a no-nonsense muscle car catering to the mid-size performance car market. The Cobra was only available as a SportsRoof model, and came standard with a 4-speed close ratio transmission, Hurst shifter, competition suspension, flat black hood and grille, 7-inch-wide wheels, twist style exposed hood latches, and Cobra emblems. The Ford Torino was the Motor Trend Car of the Year in 1970.
Auto World has replicated this ‘70 Cobra in bright Candy Apple Red paint with a blacked-out hood treatment, plus a black interior. Under the shaker hood is the top-of-the-line 7.0L Cobra Jet 429 engine capable of 375 horses. This replica also features therecently-tooled chin spoiler for precise accuracy!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1235 - 1/18 Scale||
1969 Oldsmobile Cutlass 442 Coupe in Trophy Blue
It’s impossible to overlook Ron Novitski’s 1969 Olds® 442™ W-30 with huge “DR. OLDSMOBILE’S W-MACHINE” lettering down the sides. It was on display for the “Class of 1969 Invitational” display at the 2019 MCACN. Originally, this late-production car was sold new by the Chesrown dealership in Ohio. The current owner purchased it off original buyer with just 22,000 original miles! It was involved in drag racing early in its life until it catastrophically threw a rod rendering the car undrivable. For 30 years, it sat untouched in storage until Ron Novitski bought it. Giving it a second chance on life, Ron enlisted the help of Miller Auto Care Stock Restoration and Restomods to return the car to better- than-new condition. The hard work and meticulous attention to detail earned this show car Gold Status at MCACN! It was set up right next to the Auto World booth, so the entire Auto World crew got to admire this car for the whole show!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1239 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Plymouth Duster Coupe in EK2 Vitamin C Orange
In 1970, Plymouth could credibly call its performance lineup “The Rapid Transit System,” and literally had a muscle machine in every size, from the Fury GT down through the Road Runner and GTX to the Barracuda. This momentum wasn’t lost on the new Duster coupe. Based on the Valiant platform, its sporty new lines and various trim levels, coupled with market-minded names like the Feather Duster, Gold Duster, Space Duster, and Twister Duster, it was a hot selling winner for Chrysler right from the start.
Using our recently-tooled front grill, Auto World has replicated this 1970 Plymouth Duster in High-Impact Vitamin C orange paint. We’ve also installed the performance-oriented top-of-the-line 340ci V8 motor which officially produced 275hp. From the cowl forward, it may look like a Valiant, but the sweeping semi-fastback was all Duster... and it packed a punch!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1241 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Chevrolet Corvette Hardtop in Elkhart Blue
Delivered new around October 15, 1966, this triple-blue Corvette® began its journey at Frontier Chevrolet in Billings, Montana. It is believed to be the first Elkhart Blue Corvette® ever produced with the 427/435 motor! Decades later, Steve Walker purchased this car and has now owned it for over 5 years. He bought the Corvette® in disrepair and spent over one and a half years restoring it to concours-quality standards, completing everything except paint. He says one of the hardest items to find was a triple carburetor dated August 1966 matched to the year the car was built. 1966 was the very first year for triple carbs. All this dedication and meticulous restoration work paid off. The Walker’s Corvette® has won NCRS Regional Top Flight, Bloomington GOLD, and the coveted Triple Diamond Award!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1242 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Buick Hardtop GS Stage 1 in Diplomat Blue
In the feature article titled Class Transit - 1970 Olds 4-4-2 vs. 1970 Buick GS 455, two GM A-Bodies with the top-end H.O. 455 engine are compared apples-to-apples. Both of these cars came from GM, both were built on the same platform, and both came out the same year, both even had similar production numbers hovering around 2,500 units. Despite their similarities, they were competitors. The Olds™ performance package was called the W-30, but the comparable package for the Buick was called the Stage 1. Quoting the article, “The Buick used special heads—they were the same castings as other Buicks of the era, but were machined to accept larger (2.125/1.75-inch) valves, and the static compression became 10.5:1. Two-bolt-main blocks were used, surprisingly, but Stage 1s also gained a more aggressive cam and ignition timing, and a specially tuned Q-Jet carb. The Stage 1 package gained 10 hp more than a basic GS 455 (360 total), while the legendary 510 lb-ft of torque remained the same.”
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1243 - 1/18 Scale||
1977 Dodge Warlock Step-Side Pickup Truck in Medium Green Sunfire Poly
In the mid 1970s, pickup trucks were utilitarian workhorses and not very exciting. This created a groundswell of local customizers modifying their trucks adding the cool-factor back into their daily hauler. Dodge wanted to get in on the action, too. In late 1976, Dodge introduced the Dodge Warlock in limited numbers. By 1977, it was in full production. The Warlock was available in four colors: red, green, black, and blue. The hood, fenders, and tailgate were clad in rich gold pinstriping. Even the interior received some tricked-out pinstriping. Other accessories included custom gold wheels, wide tires, and natural oak side boards extending off the sides of the bed. Aside from the cosmetic touches, the Warlock could have come with the standard slant-six, the 318 with either the 2bbl or 4bbl carb, the 360, the 400, or the 440. Auto World has replicated the mid-line 360 in this highly-detailed 1:18 scale die-cast!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1244 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396 Convertible in Madiera Maroon
Bill Wente spotted this mostly-untouched 1967 Chevy® Chevelle™ convertible at the Fall Carlisle PA Swap Meet in 1979. He wasn’t really in the market for a car, but the original condition of the car captured Bill’s attention. A deal was made for $1700, and Bill drove it home to Iowa churning through 10 quarts of oil over the 1,000-mile drive. Over the next 30 years, the car was in various stages of disassembly and restoration. Slowly but surely, the Madiera Maroon paint was applied, the body was reunited to the chassis, and the 396ci engine and drivetrain were meticulously reassembled to perfection. Bill’s goal of finishing the restoration and showing the car at the 2019 MCACN had become a reality.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1245 - 1/18 Scale||
1970 Oldsmobile Cutlass SX in Burgundy Mist
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1247 - 1/18 Scale||
1967 Chevrolet Yenko Camaro Hardtop in Tuxedo Black
If you wanted the best high-performance Chevrolet® money could buy in the late 1960s, you went to Yenko® Chevrolet at 575 West Pike Street in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania. Yenko® Chevrolet was a dealership from 1949 to 1982 that gained a reputation for custom-built high-performance muscle cars. Beginning with the Corvair®, they progressed into the Nova™, Camaro™, Chevelle™, and Vega™ muscle car market. By 1969, with the help of GM’s COPO (Central Office Production Order) system, the cars Yenko® ordered had the desired L-72 427ci engines factory-installed. Today, Yenko®-built vehicles are some of the most sought-after and highly-desirable muscle cars ever made.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1248 - 1/18 Scale||
1965 Ford Mustang 2+2 in Vintage Burgundy
August of 1965 brought drastic changes to the popular Mustang lineup. This marked the introduction of the fastback. Though only convertible and hardtop versions were available before August of 1965, a fastback model was strongly considered in the early design phases. 1965 also marked the debut of the “GT Equipment Package” which included a V8 engine—where most opted for the 225 hp 289. The 2+2 designation refers to the standard fold-down rear seats. Technically, the car was a four seater, but the rear seats were small and very tight making them only useful for occasionally transporting adults on short trips, or children.
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1249 - 1/18 Scale||1970 Dodge Charger R/T in FJ5 Sublime - Hemmings Muscle Machines [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1250 - 1/18 Scale||
1971 Chevrolet Camaro SS/RS in Tuxedo Black - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition & Class of 1971
Since the 1970 model year of the Camaro was introduced in February of that year, not surprisingly, the 1971 model year only received minor changes. In fact, it was voted one of the ten best cars in the world by Road & Track Magazine in 1971! Sales were holding fairly steady at 103,452 units, with a total of 8,377 units produced with SS trim. Recently on display at Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals was this beautiful 1971 Chevy Camaro RS/SS. It featured the first-year-available Tuxedo Black paint, 350ci L48 engine producing 270hp, and also the M20 4-speed wide-ratio Muncie transmission. Only 6,844 Camaros were fitted with the L48 engine in 1971. Decoding the VIN, we also know this car was built at the Norwood, Ohio assembly plant and has the sequential vehicle serial number of #544701!
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1251 - 1/18 Scale||1969 Ford Mustang Fastback in Raven Black with Gold [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1252 - 1/18 Scale||1969 Pontiac GTO Judge in Goldenrod Yellow [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1253 - 1/18 Scale||1970 Mercury Cougar Hardtop in Competition Blue - Muscle Car and Corvette Nationals Edition [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1254 - 1/18 Scale||1961 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop in Richmond Gray - Class of 1961 [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1255 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Dodge Demon 2-Door Coupe in FC7 Plum Crazy - Class of 1971 "Mr. Norms [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1256 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Ford Torino GT in Wimbledon White - Class of 1971 [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1257 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Buick Grand Sport Stage 1 in Stratomist Blue - Class of 1971 [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1258 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Plymouth Road Runner Hardtop in GY8 Cold Leaf Metallic - Class of 1971 [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1259 - 1/18 Scale||1966 Chevrolet Biscayne 2-Door Coupe in Tuxedo Black [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1260 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Dodge Charger Super Bee in FJ6 Go Green [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1262 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1 in Grabber Green Metallic [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1264 - 1/18 Scale||1964 Chevy Impala SS 409 in Meadow Green [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1265 - 1/18 Scale||1955 Chevy Bel Air Convertible in Red and White [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1266 - 1/18 Scale||Enclosed Car Trailer in Red, White, & Blue [Age: 8 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1267 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am in Cameo White [Age: 14 and up ]|
|AMERICAN MUSCLE - 1268 - 1/18 Scale||1971 Plymouth GTX Hardtop in EV2 Tor Red [Age: 14 and up ]|
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