Coming soon from Greenlight:
From Greenlights FB page:
"Check out the deco sample images for GreenLight Collectibles Item #13553 1:18 Four-Post Lift - Falken Tire! This beauty hits the market in first quarter 2020"
"This brand new GMP deco sample looks fabulous! Check out the images of Item No. GMP-18917 1:18 GMP Vintage Dragster - Greer - Black - Prudhomme Dragster! Some new tooling parts on this model:
- New front axle mounted air foil
- New 4 hole intake scoop
Hitting the market in March 2020"
For you ZINGERS fans!
Available for preorder soon from Grandpa's Die Cast Premium Lines
From Grandpa's Die Cast Premium Lines:
Arriving in Oct / Nov! M2 1:64 Mooneyes - 1967 Chevrolet Nova Gasser - Gassers Release 1
• Body is Bright Yellow
• Stripes are Black
• Interior is Black
• Headers are Semi-Gloss White
• Engine is Orange
• Very Limited Edition
$7.99 plus shipping.
1970 Dodge D-300 1:18th Burnt Orange Ramp Truck by ACME
These ramp trucks come loaded with some great features:
Sealed diecast body
Fully detailed interior
Removable headache rack
Adjustable wheel chocks on the bed so that you can fit virtually any 1:18th scale car model on the bed
Slide out ramps
Dual rear wheels
Storage compartment detailing on the bed and much more
ETA: July 2020
If you have never bought a ACME/GMP piece of Diecast you will not be disappointed. I was a original GMP dealer back in the day. I still buy collections and come across there product for the second and third time from people. The diecast is of great quality, heavy, limited production, once they sell out that is it. They will not make another run of the same item.
New item from M2 Machines arriving NEXT WEEK, $34.99 plus shipping. Sold in sets only:
Gassers Release 51 - 6-Piece High-Detail SET in NON-RETURNABLE FACTORY SEALED CASE
Each car comes in an acrylic case with pegable packaging. Incredible detail as never seen in 1/64 scale before, especially at this price-point, with small production runs! Look for the added element of surprise with M2Machines' very rare Chase Cars inserted into cases at random.
• Unrestrained - 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
• Quick Draw - 1966 Dodge Charger
• Speed Dawg - 1966 Dodge Charger
• Pony Up - 1966 Ford Mustang
• Competition Cams - 1967 Chevrolet Nova
• Little Instigator - 1967 Chevrolet Nova
* Cases are factory sealed, we cannot guarantee the contents or condition of each item in the case.
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Boy the 1/24 funny cars that I used buy are sad. Nothing that catches my eyes anymore for somebody that has over 90.
I have three of four of their 1/12th scale Ford GT40 LeMans winners, all three with GMP display cases. I doubt I'd ever part with them...
Also the '67 Shelby GT500 fastback and '68 GT500 convertible, in 1/24th scale. They compare fairly well to Danbury Mint's 1/24th series, and are miles ahead of anything by Franklin Mint..
That conjures up some recollections....
The chassis/engines in Action/RCCA's first series of 1/24th Funny Cars in the early to mid-90's are straight up copies of Monogram's from their mid-80's to early '90's plastic kits.... The only redeeming quality was the accuracy of the bodies and graphics. And their phony production numbers will never be forgiven....
Come on now, how can you say that about Fast Freddy and Co? Especially the production numbers? One particular Diecast Car comes to mind. The Ed McCulloch Miller Funny Car 1:24 in the Case. Those were on the first Blow Out list. Even before the Blow Out List Action was selling out the Back Door to select people. I was fortunate enough to get hooked up with one of the people.
I bought 15 cases of Drag Racing just to make sure he was legitimate. He was. I went down and met him in person next shipment on the way to the Pomona diecast show to supplement what I already had. I bought another 75 cases of cars. I bought all of his Miller Funny Cars and John Force Brute Funny Cars.
I bulk stacked the cars on the table and the rest against the wall. I left the rest in the trailer. I had a nice array of diecast. Word spread quickly I had a lot of Club Pieces and I was loosing my "ass".
Dealers wanted to know if I had more. Yes. How many? Enough. I ended up selling all of the Club pieces I brought with me and oh yes I lost my ass.
The Blow Out List came out two weeks later. The Miller Car was on the list. I hit the car hard again. I ordered $7500.00 worth of diecast at my cost. It was 172 cases of cars.
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