Step on the gas and fill your collection with some high octane gusto! These vintage, sturdy finely detailed gas pump and gas cylinder are guaranteed to transport you back to the Golden Age of Motoring. Crafted in die cast metal and topped by a large colorful globe with a rubber filler hose.
The California Highway Patrol was established in 1929 and has since grown to become the largest state police force in America. The CHP has the largest fleet of patrol vehicles in the US and selected Chevy’s Turbo-Fire V-8 equipped Bel Air for their Chief's patrol vehicle. This black & white beauty is decked out in authentic CHP shield, numbers and gumball flasher.
Ford Thunderbird 1st generation 1955-1957 was the first two seater convertible produced since 1938. Ford dubbed this car “a personal car of distinction”. The car was the first step from personal luxury to mass market, encompassing the heritage of the 1930s roadsters and constructed largely of existing components. The focus for this model was driver comfort rather than speed and was deemed far more popular than the Corvette. Complete with matching hardtop, a must for your collection.
In 1953 Henry Ford redesigned their best-selling F-1 pickup truck and introduced the F-100. It was known for its eye catching style and torque. Revised suspension and new styling gave the truck a more cohesive look. A wide range of new comfort options were added to this model to make long drives more bearable
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. Open either side of the bi–folding hood to view the chromed flathead V-8. Inspect the custom interior through the clear Plexiglas roof panel. Chrome alloy wheels with high performance rubber, complete this model.
These sturdy finely detailed gas pump and gas cylinder are guaranteed to transport you back to the Golden Age of Motoring. Perfectly sized to look great with your automotive collection. Superbly crafted in diecast metal and topped by a large colorful globe with a rubber filler hose. Add these superb pumps to your collection!
A must have to add to your collection. Elvis brought his first Cadillac a 1954 Fleetwood Series 60, which was pink. This car was destroyed in a roadside fire. On July 5th, 1955 Elvis purchased a new Cadillac in blue with a black roof. He had the car repainted by a neighbor called Art. Art designed a bespoke color pink which was named “Elvis Rose”. In September 1955, Scotty Moore drove the car into a passing vehicle. Elvis had the upholstery replaced, the body work retouched and the roof painted white. The car remains on permanent display at Graceland.
The MG T–Type is an open two seater sport’s car that was produced from 1936 to 1955. The TC Midget was introduced in 1945 and was the first post war MG. It is well known as the specific car that caused the sport car craze! The TC engine was slightly improved version of the XPAG, which was known for its tunability, a notable improvement to this model was a hydraulically adjusted timing chain tensioner. Grab one of the most wanted sport’s car before its too late.
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. Marvel at the trademark chevron tail lights, running boards and split rear window. A model you are not going to want to miss.
In 1948 Ford continued their revolution of the automotive industry by introducing the F-1 Pickup. Utilizing a powerful V-8 engine; the F series trucks stunned the industry with durable and hardy functionality and stylish features; America’s best-selling pickup for over 70 years a legacy that is part of US folklore and history. This superb-looking model has been hand-assembled capturing the unique look of this legend with authentic detailing and moveable parts. The squared-off fenders, wood-grained flatbeds, and a working tailgate will be appreciated by any enthusiast. Lift the moveable snorkel hood to explore the detailing in the Ford Flathead V-8 engine. Every iconic detail of this classic has been reproduced in this model replica piece. 1:18 scale diecast model with moveable parts will sit in display at home or in the office reminding you of this classic era
If you are looking for muscle car style, check out this 1958 Plymouth Fury. The Fury was a sub-series of the Plymouth Belvedere from 1956 through 1958 and gained notoriety in the movie Christine. Once seen as a weak performer, Plymouth jumped into the performance field for 1956 with its limited edition Plymouth Fury that did nothing but get better for 1957 and 1958. The Fury had it all, two-door hardtop, Fury rear fender nameplates, dual outside rear-view mirrors and special Dual Fury or Golden Commando V-8. A welcome addition to your collection.
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.