Studebaker company was known for its durability, strength and styling. Perhaps no automaker is more identified with a single design than the Studebaker’s “bullet – nose” cars. Ads called it “The Next Look” implying it would start a trend, in fact it didn’t but this didn’t matter as this model propelled sales to an all-time high. This diecast is loaded with original features, famous bullet grille, logos on each wheel cover, seats that push forward and a spare tire in the trunk.
Fords' iconic Mustand underwant a major restyling for the 1967-68 model. America's facorite ride was given a significant upgrade to create a more aggressive stance. Ford added an all-new 428 Cobra Jet V-8 for an extra 100 new horses under the hood. The GT Fastback includes that potent power pant under their ram air equipped hood. A highly collectible combination you don't want to miss.
Every iconic deail of this classic has been reproduced in this model replica. A 1:18 scale diecast model with moveable parts will sit on display at home or in the office, reminding you of this classic era.
These sturdy finely detailed gas pumps are guaranteed to transport you back to the Golden Age of Motoring. Perfectly sized to look great with your automotive collection. The 50's pump features authentic "digital" readout showing gallons, total sale and 17.5 cents per gallon pricing! Superbly crafted in diecast metal and topped by a large colorful globe. Add these superb pumps to your collection!
Ford’s second market success was the Ford Model A. First produced on October 1927, but not introduced till December, it replaced the Model T. Chopped and lowered this sleek head turning diecast is a showstopper. Up front there's an exposed, fully wired and chromed flathead V-8. The custom interior appointments are clearly visible through the clear Plexiglas roof panel. Chrome alloy wheels are shod with high performance rubber. Even the two-tone paint includes intricate pinstripe detailing!
Henry Ford revolutionized the automotive industry by a production line that was more efficient, effective and churned out cars for the masses. The DeLuxe models were introduced in 1938 to bridge the gap between the standard models and the luxury Lincoln range. The look of these cars were modernized with an upgrade in the grille and headlights, side grilles were removed and replaced with chrome strips. The engines were also revised and hydraulic brakes were a major advancement. 1937-1940 Ford’s automobiles were the most popular for hot rodding. One car not to miss, add this to your collection now!
Studebaker company was known for its durability, strength and styling. Perhaps no automaker is more identified with a single design than the Studebaker’s “ bullet – nose” cars. Ads called it “The Next Look” implying it would start a trend, in fact it didn’t but this didn’t matter as this model propelled sales to an all-time high. This diecast is loaded with original features, famous bullet grille, logos on each wheel cover, seats that push forward and a spare tire in the trunk.
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.