saw major changes in the automobile industry. Throughout the decade, cars became more luxurious and stylish, bringing about the popular Mustang, Camaro, Ford GT, Plymouth Belvdere, Road Runner, and more - the list goes on and on! Cars were designed to be more visually appealing to attract female drivers as well as hot-rodders and typical car lovers. Collectible Diecast now has many of the classics from the 1960s on sale, making this a great time to add a bit of the '60s to your diecast model collection.
Winner of the 1967 24 Hours of Le Mans and the 1967 12 Hours of Sebring, the Ford GT Mk IV
was amazingly fast for its heavy weight. The vehicle's weight was much greater than the previous Mk models due to a steel-tube roll cage that was added to the Mk IV model after a devastating accident, but it turned out to be a lifesaver for driver Mario Andretti. Despite the weight, the 1967 Ford GT Mk IV still ended up being the fastest car that year when driven in a straight line, with top speeds of 212 mph. A 7.0 L engine and American-built chassis and body made this model unique from the other Mk models, and the streamlined design made the vehicle extremely aerodynamic.
Now is the perfect time to add this one-of-a-kind diecast model to your collection with the incredible discounts being offered at Collectable Diecast. Shelby Collectibles has recreated the 1967 Ford GT Mk IV on a 1/18 scale in red, complete with the iconic body stripes the GT40s are known for.
During a time when bigger bodied vehicles were very much in style, Plymouth came out with the popular Belvedere with more compact dimensions. The 1964 model was made to look longer and wider than other models with a unibody platform. It was also the first model to use a 426 Chrysler Hemi engine that gave the 1964 Plymouth Belvedere
incredible speeds for the time. The lighter body was great for drag racing, and the canted large-valve arrangement of the engine led to this vehicle winning the top three spots in the 1964 NASCAR Daytona race.
This incredible diecast car is modeled after Richard Petty's 1964 Plymouth Belvedere, complete with racing decals and its eye-catching blue paint job. Auto World has captured this vehicle on a 1/24 scale so all car lovers can enjoy this race-winner in their own collections at a discounted price.
Ford's Mustang is arguably one of the most iconic vehicles in classic car history. From being the focus of the song “Mustang Sally” to being featured in films like Goldfinger, the Mustang is a well-known model. This, along with an attractive design and an upgraded V8 engine made the 1967 Ford Mustang
the perfect option for The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift. This Ford Mustang was fitted with a smaller 2.6 L DOHC 24-valve turbocharged engine. Quite a few modifications had to be made to bring this car up to the hot-rod level power and speed seen in the movie, eventually allowing the car to go from 0 to 60 mph in 5.4 seconds.
This popular pony car is now available for an extremely affordable sale price on a 1/43 scale. Greenlight Diecast has recreated this The Fast and the Furious 1967 Ford Mustang with its green paint and luxurious interior. This diecast model is a great option for movie buffs, hot-rodders, lovers of classic cars, and collectors of all kinds.
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