DODGE HEMI 6.1 LITER SRT 8
Release Date: January 2013
Preassembled, no paint required
Baldwin Motion 1971 Chevrolet Camaro
The second-generation 1971 Chevrolet® Camaro™ is displayed in ascott blue with black Baldwin Motion twin stripes, and black interior. Featuring a 454–four speed engine this vehicle was only the 2nd 1971 Baldwin Motion Camaro™ and was the first to feature large spoilers.
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS (Jack Reacher)
It’s the potent ’70 Chevy® Chevelle® SS™, seen, stolen and practically destroyed in the action movie thriller, Jack Reacher™! In filming the movie, they went through 8 Chevelle’s® to film the infamous chase scene. The car chase was the main highlight of the film, with the high powered Chevelle® speeding through the streets of Pittsburgh.
LA Hooker 1971 Mustang Funny Car (Dave Condit)
Flashy, arrogant, and over-the-top funny cars dominated drag racing popularity from the late 1960s to 1970s. Experiencing drag races were a right-of-passage to adulthood for young fans back in the day.
1974 Dodge Monaco Pursuit (Massachusetts State Police)
1974 saw the introduction of the new body style in the Dodge Monaco, which set the cars apart from the string of re-styles from 1969 to 1973.
American Muscle 1967 Chevrolet Corvette Coupe
The 1967 Corvette® Sting Ray was the last Corvette® of the second generation, and five years of refinements made it the best of the line. Featuring a tuxedo black body, with the classic red stinger hood treatment, Chevy® Rallye Rims, and red line tires this and American Muscle™ classic is as stunning to look at as it was to drive.
1967 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 (Road & Track magazine)
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1970 Ford Torino GT
A beautiful blend of glamour and go, the 1970 Torino GT was designed for both form and function while sitting pretty on Magnum 500 rims and Goodyear Polyglas tires.
Richard Petty 1970 Plymouth Superbird
Richard Petty was lured back to Plymouth in 1970 with the development of the new winged Plymouth Super bird. Chrysler had to produce more than 1500 of the new models (1920 were built) to gain acceptance to enter Grand National competition, all necessary to reacquire the services of leading driver.