Muscular Malibu

Jul 10, 2015 No Comments

ACME 1965 Chevelle Malibu SS 1:18 | $130 Chevrolet introduced the new mid-sized Malibu in 1964 to fill the gap between the compact Chevy II and full-size Chevrolets in response to Ford’s similar Fairlane. At the top of the line was the Malibu SS, available as either a two-door hardtop or convertible. Surprisingly, the Chevrolet [...]

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American Excellence is giving Free Shipping to Die Cast X Readers!

Jul 09, 2015 No Comments

  Hey Look: Free Shipping!   Our friends at American Excellence have teamed up with us to offer Die Cast X readers free shipping on orders between now and August 15th. They’ve got tons of great cars — including the fantastic Premium ClassiXXs Mercedes 300SL Gullwing on the cover of our latest issue! Just click [...]

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Ultimate Street Machine

Jul 08, 2015 No Comments

ACME Trading Co. 1968 Pontiac “Blackbird” 1:18 | $135 As soon as 1968 Firebirds were available, the parts manager at aDetroit dealership ordered one he intended to build up for street racing. Delivered in black with “Light Peach Gold” trim, it had the Ram Air 400 engine, “three on the tree” column shift for its [...]

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Auto World 1:18 2015 Ford Mustang GT

Jul 08, 2015 No Comments

A Five-Liter Fountain of Youth   The automotive media is all aflutter these days with the news of the forthcoming 2016 6th-generation Camaro. The announcement has overshadowed the 6th iteration of the Mustang—which beat the Chevy to market by nearly two years. After all, the pony-car paparazzi are perpetually a “what have you done for [...]

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Kyosho Bentley Mulsanne Speed

Jul 07, 2015 No Comments

A Soaring Scion of British Luxury Bentley motorcars have always been a study in contradiction. As a subsidiary of Rolls-Royce for most of the 20th century, stately British luxury and prestige have been central to Bentley’s identity. But the brand has roots in motorsport, having won Le Mans six times—including four consecutive events from 1927-1930—and [...]

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Fine-Feline

Jul 07, 2015 No Comments

Spark 1968 Series II Jaguar E-Type Coupe 1:43 | $75 Jaguar had a winner when they introduced the E-Type Coupeand Convertible (known on this side of the ocean as the XKE),in 1961. Even Enzo Ferrari called it “the most beautiful car evermade.” Jaguar made mechanical improvements on a running basis, but wisely left the shape [...]

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Cleaned-up Corvette

Jul 06, 2015 No Comments

Spark 1960 ‘Vette with Hardtop 1:43 | $75 An all-new body and the addition of the small-block Chevy V8 saved the Corvette in 1956. For the next several years, GM stylists added a variety of fake scoops, bulges, and useless trim to the body while Zora Arkus-Duntov and his engineers made continuous suspension and power [...]

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Superb Stutz

Jul 04, 2015 No Comments

Brooklin 1933 DV-32 Weymann Super Bearcat 1:43 | $129.95 Although already in financial trouble, Stutz introduced an all-new engine in 1931, the highly advanced “Dual Valve” straight-eight DV-32, along with a less powerful single-cam (SV-32) version at the 1931 New York Auto show. Hoping to revive sales, the Bearcat name was revived in 1932 for [...]

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Eye-grabbing Graber

Jul 03, 2015 No Comments

Automodello 1934 Duesenberg J Graber Tribute Edition 1:24| $334 Some would say that a Duesenberg is a one-of-a-kind machine by definition, but this release by Automodello proves that it is indeed possible to have a vehicle that is more specialized and even more exclusive than your ho-hum “production” Duesy! Witness the Duesenberg J Graber speedster. [...]

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Dan’s Last Riverside Winner

Jul 02, 2015 No Comments

Spark 1968 NASCAR Dan Gurney Ford Torino 1:43 | $75 Dan Gurney was so dominant in the NASCAR Motor Trend 500 race at Riverside Raceway that it became known as the “Gurney 500.” Driving a Wood Brothers Ford, Dan won 5 of the 6 races between 1963 and 1968; the last at the wheel of [...]

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