Summit Racing Holds Largest Die-Cast Collectible Sale of the Year

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From September 16 to September 30, 2016, Summit Racing has put some very attractive pricing on over 60 die-cast models.

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Next to their full-size rides, gearheads love our die-cast models—and they love them even more when they’re on sale. Summit Racing is having its largest die-cast collectible sale of the year from September 16 to September 30, 2016.

Summit Racing has put some very attractive pricing on over 60 die-cast models. The choices run from musclecars and street rods to gassers, Funny Cars, road racers, even TV and movie cars. Here are just a few of the die-cast models available:

Acme Grand National Deuce Series 1932 Ford Three-Window Coupe
Part of Acme’s Grand National Deuce Series, this limited edition, 1:18 scale 1932 Ford 3-window coupe sports a dazzling Laser Blue Cosmic Dust paint job with pinstriped accents, a custom interior, and a chromed-out engine bay. It also sports details like working steering and opening trunk and doors. Serialized collector plate included.

Back to the Future DeLorean
Everything changed for Marty McFly when he got behind the wheel of Dr. Emmett Brown’s plutonium-powered DeLorean DMC-12. Take yourself back to that moment in 1985 with this 1:18 scale die-cast model of the original time machine. This model depicts the DeLorean as it first appeared in the film, complete with opening gull-wing doors and hood, rubber tires, reactor, remote control antenna, and detailed interior with flux capacitor.

Don Garlits 1971 Dodge Charger Funny Car
Did you know Big Daddy campaigned a Funny Car back in the early 1970s? Here’s die-cast proof—a 1:18 scale 1971 Dodge Charger. Part of the “Legends of the Quarter Mile” series, this die-cast model is constructed from over 120 pieces, including a tubular chassis, flip-up top, a fully plumbed and wired engine, detailed rims with vinyl tires, and authentic racing decals.

1971 Baldwin-Motion Super Vega
High performance masters Baldwin-Motion were better known for hopping up Camaros and Corvettes, but its most infamous model was the Super Vega, which stuffed a powerful 454 cubic inch LS7 big block in the lightweight Chevy Vega. You can get a brand new 1971 Baldwin Motion Super Vega in 1:18 scale. This model features functional steering, opening doors, hood, and trunk, a detailed engine, and accurate Motion Super Vega graphics.

1967 Ford Fairlane 500XL R-Code
The 500XL option package added some pizzazz to the otherwise plain-Jane 1967 Ford Fairlane. But if there was an R code on the VIN plate, you got something even better—the 425 horsepower side-oiler 427 engine that was good for 13 second quarter-mile ETs. This 1:18 scale GMP die-cast features a plumbed and wired 427 under the removable hood, functional steering and suspension, redline tires with steel wheels and removable poverty caps, tilt seats, fabric seat belts, opening doors and trunk, and roll-down windows with working cranks.


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