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The demon possessed automobile of the classic 1977 TV film, "The Car." Our die cast metal and
plastic replica features classic land yacht styling, dark-tinted windows, chrome-look double bumpers front and rear, opening
hood with detailed engine, opening doors, detailed interior with folding seats, moving steering wheel and wheels, chrome-look
rims, and opening trunk. 1:18 scale. 12.5" long.
Speed Racer's Mach 5
In 1967, 52 episodes of a Japanese cartoon series were dubbed into
English and Speed Racer was born! Millions of youngsters rushed home from school each afternoon to watch Speed Racer, his
pals, and his fantastically equipped, futuristic Mach 5 outwit a never ending assortment of villains. Celebrate 35 years of
Speed Racer with this 1:18 scale die cast metal Mach 5. Features include an opening hood, trunk and doors, working rotary
saw blades, moving tires, spring-loaded periscope, functioning auto jacks and a mini figure of Chim Chim, the mischievous
monkey. Collectible box with original artwork.
Speed Racer's X Shooting Star Die
The mysterious Racer "X" drives his car, the Shooting Star, in the same races as Speed Racer
in order to keep a protective eye on his younger brother, and a watchful eye on the villain of the day. This 1:18 scale metal
die cast model features a telescopic arm with claw; spring-loaded periscope; detailed drivers compartment with folding seats,
movable steering wheel and gear shift; rubber tires; opening doors and hood; and authentic graphics. 11.5" long.
Munsters Dragula Die Cast
Grandpa Munster, patriarch of TV's Munster clan, was not your ordinary grandfather, and neither
was his ride! The "Dragula" featured a casket body, with the macabre motif extending to the coffin-shaped radiator and marble
gravestone grille. Our 1:18 scale die cast replica features steerable front wheels, rear racing slicks, bat-shaped air scoops,
organ pipe exhausts, and "cemetery" lantern headlights. The metal coffin lid opens to reveal a detailed driver's compartment.
8.5"L x 3.75"W.
Powered by Fred's bare feet (which also served as the brakes), the Flintmobile featured
an open canopied interior and little else in the way of options. Still, it was the perfect family car for the drive-in, and
Fred's trips to the bowling alley and lodge meetings. Our die cast & resin model includes PVC Bedrock figures and rolling
wheels. Measures 7.25"L x 4"W x 5.75"H.