The Ford brand has been synonymous with high quality, reliability and innovation. The unique styling of this 1940 Pickup is a fresh update to the traditional Ford truck from the original era and was considered the most beautiful pick up ever created. We bring you this sought after die cast replica with teardrop headlights, embossed Ford logo on the operational tailgate and a spare tire mounted onto the running board.
The Ford line gained a new body in 1955 to keep up with competition. It was royalty on wheels equipped with the optional Plexiglas top and two tone upholstery. The model featured a chrome “basket handle” across the roof, visually separating the front passenger compartment from the rear. We have even added a “Continental “spare tire!"
The Chevrolet Corvette C1 was the first generation of the Corvette sports car by Chevrolet. It was introduced late in 1953 and rushed into production due to public reaction, however it fell far short of expectations and was nearly cancelled. Necessary improvements were made but the 1958 model’s popularity generated the first ever profit saving the famous Vette from termination. This model has supreme attention to detail, tilt the louvered hood forward to marvel at the high output fuelie V-8. Inspect the sporting interior and lift the trunk. Gorgeous with contrasting side coves and whitewalls! One you don’t want to miss out on.
The Duesenberg Model J was intended to compete with the most luxurious and powerful cars in the world. The SJ Phaeton was supercharged and lived up to its reputation as “The world’s finest motor car”. It was available from 1932-1937, the supercharger motor was a technical marvel with its top speed of 140mph making it the fastest car sold in the United States. This diecast model is dripping in authentic details such as the original art deco hood mascot, the hood opens to reveal the wired and plumbed supercharged straight 8 engine. What a magnificent piece to add to your collection.
Preston Tucker conceived the Tucker 48, commonly referred to as the Tucker Torpedo which was produced in Chicago, Illinois in 1948. This automobile was bristling with aircraft technology and revolutionary safety features that broke all the rules of automotive design. From its center mounted swivel headlight to the flat-six engine mounted out back this outstanding diecast recreates this landmark automobile complete with a set of luggage in the trunk! 70th Anniversary edition.
Elven Picture Frame from Lord Of The Rings by Noble Collection NN2673 Beautiful picture frame inspired by the Elven Queen Galadriel. Made of die-cast metal and enamel. Measures 7 inches in height. Inside diameter approximately 3 inches.
Elvish Script Keychain from Lord Of The Rings Fellowship of the Ring by Noble Collection NN3721 Carry a small momento of Middle-Earth in your pocket with this metal Elvish Script keychain, engraved with the Ring Rhyme.
Crash Bandicoot Poseable Figure with Jet Pack from Crash Bandicoot - NECA 41053 First seen in Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, the jet pack is a vital piece of equipment on certain levels. The figure stands 5.5 inches tall and has a head sculpt unique to this release. Crash has plenty of articulation and looks like he leapt right out of the game!
Vitesse 1:43 De Lorean DMC 12 Diecast Model Car 24012 De Lorean DMC 12 Diecast Model Car from Back To The Future Part 1. It is made by Vitesse and is 1:43 scale (approx. 9cm / 3.5in long). Comes in a display case.