1:18-Scale Dick Harrell 1969 COPO Camaro Diecast Car
$199.96 1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro 1:18-Scale Diecast Car Featuring Rolling Rubber Tires And A Showroom Finish In Glacier Blue With Matte Black Racing Stripes – Champion drag racer and tuner Dick Harrell developed high-performance Chevrolets in the late 1960s, resulting in some of the rarest Camaros ever built. Armed with skills he learned as an aircraft mechanic in the U.S. Army, Harrell is believed to be the first to install a 427 big-block engine into a Camaro for a dealer that was then sold to the public as a dealer-installed new car. He also modified the first Central Office Production Order (COPO) Camaro models, which today, remain some of the most sought-after cars from the muscle car era. Now, you can share in the history of Harrell’s ultra-rare model with the 1969 Chevrolet COPO Camaro Glacier Blue Diecast Car, presented by the Hamilton Collection. Precisely tooled with over 250 parts, this 1:18-scale diecast car captures all the eye-catching details of “Mr. Chevrolet’s” original design.Sized at approximately 10-1/2 inches long, this precision-engineered Chevy collectible boasts a sleek showroom paint finish in Glacier Blue with matte black stripes and full chassis detailing with rolling rubber tires. The car’s doors open to show off the race-inspired interior with its folding front seats, carpeted floor and steerable wheel. The hood opens to reveal a detailed, wired and plumbed 427 CI V-8 engine, and the trunk compartment opens to expose a spare tire. Plus, this Glacier Blue beauty showcases three unique Harrell modifications – an American Racing Products rear spoiler, contrasting wide stripe on the cowl-induction hood and matching stripes on the doors and quarter panels. Strong demand is anticipated, so don’t delay. Order now!
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