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Johnny Lightning Dick Harrell '69 Camaro ZL-1 /1:64 SCALE (1969 ZL1 Camaro Die-Cast Toy 1:64 Scale)
LIMITED RELEASE! 2011 Edition by Johnny Lightning 1:64 scale Dick Harrell's built and engineered 1969 Camaro ZL-1 toy die-cast Built for cousins Jim and Larry Leatherman in 1969.
Dick Harrell Hot Wheels '70 Camaro F/C (DH-DSD-24-S2)
Dick Harrell Hot Wheels 1970 Camaro Funny Car Diecast 1:18 scale
Dale Pulde's War Eagle '77 Firebird F/C (WE-DSD-23-S2)
Drag Strip Demons Series 2-#23 Dale Pulde's War Eagle '77 Firebird F/C- Limited Release! Nostalgia drag racing has skidded from the sidelines and into the mainstream as faithful fans everywhere long for the glory days of old. Maintaining this momentum, Hot Wheels is revisiting vintage with a line of Funny Cars, Top Fuel dragsters, factory experimentals, fuel altereds, and super stock vehicles. These models remind us of the days when ordinary men became daredevil drivers, strapped into cars that were transformed into fire-breathing monsters, and hurled down the track at super high speeds. Hot Wheels proudly pays homage with this line of cars designed to bring out the demon in you!
Johnny Lightning Dick Harrell '69 Camaro ZL-1 /1:64 SCALE (DH-DIECAST-JL-ZL1)
2011 Johnny Lightning Dick Harrell Series - Leatherman 1969 Camaro ZL-1 (1:64 scale) Dick Harrell '69 Camaro ZL-1- Limited Release!
Dick Harrell Hot Wheels '70 Camaro Funny Car 1:18 scale
Dick Harrell Hot Wheels 1970s Camaro Funny Car Diecast 1:18 scale 2010 Drag Strip Demons Series #24 of 25 Collectible
Dick Harrell Ertl DIE-CAST PROMOTIONS '69 ZL1 - 1:24 SCALE (DH-DIECAST-Ertl-69-ZL1)
RARE! Limited Quantities - Ertl Die-Cast Promotions contacted us to produce this superb diecast car. NEW IN BOX Fred Gibb 1969 Chevy ZL-1 COPO Camaro. Extremely Limited Edition of 700. Features include: Candy Red metallic with gold lace custom paint job with all the race day decals, lift off hood with the famous "clear hood scoop" like the real car has, carpeting, no console, no rear seat interior, a wired readable dash mounted tach, new 3 point roll bar, floor shifter, and detailed gages. Powered by a ZL-1 427cid. engine that's painted with the correct silver painted for that aluminum look and that's completely wired and plumbed. Tunnel ram intake with dual 4 barrel carbs, 4 tube headers, and battery in the trunk. The chassis is also detailed with traction bars with snubbers, a complete exhaust system, working suspension, and a rotating driveshaft. LARGE rear slicks on deep dish rear Cragar S/S mags, plus a driveshaft loop, and a 12 bolt rear end. You WILL be impressed with this one. Each replica features opening doors, hood, trunk, detailed chassis, functional steering, enhanced high gloss paint detail and exclusive packaging. Dickie Harrell earned the name of Mr. Chevrolet for his loyalty to the bow tie brigade. While most Chevrolet racers came and went, Dickie could always be counted on to run a very fast and very competitive Chevy. Even Bill Jenkins drifted away for a few years and ran Mopars, but not Mr. Harrell. Not Mr. Chevrolet. From the early 409 that he ran his Stock and Super Stock cars were among the best in the country, but his real fame came when he joined the ranks of the Funny Car class in the late 1960. From his fuel injected rides to the supercharged ones, Dickie Harrell could always be counted on to be among the best in the business. And speaking of business, Dickie Harrell's performance center in Kansas City certainly got a boost from the way his cars ran on the track. If you needed a really neat Chevrolet all you had to do was call Dickie Harrell. He was known to be one of the 1st to offer a race version big block Camaro right from the dealer. For many years Dickie Harrell ran a lot of the AHRA races and very few NHRA national events. He did a tremendous amount of match racing and was among the most popular drivers in the country. Undoubtedly, one of the reasons for his success and popularity was the fact that he raced Chevrolets, real Chevrolets and the fans knew it. The title of Mr. Chevrolet was contested at booked in match races across the country but win or lose the fans always knew that Dickie Harrell was the real deal. One of the few times that Dickie did attend an NHRA national event was at the U.S. Nationals in 1971 where he qualified for a very tough field. A few weeks after that; while match racing in Canada, Dickie was killed in an accident. Although his drag racing career came to an untimely end, his legacy didn't. Today, some of the most sought after items by drag racing memorabilia collectors is anything with Dickie Harrell name on it. After all, you can never have too many things to remind you of the one and only Mr. Chevrolet.
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