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12 tums spring cykel 2-hjul Blå

Ett utmärkt sätt att förbereda barnet på att lära sig cykla.

Rekomenderad ålder 3-5 år

Passar barn mellan 90-105 cm

12" hjulstorlek

 

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12 tums spring cykel 2-hjul Blå

Ett utmärkt sätt att förbereda barnet på att lära sig cykla.

Rekomenderad ålder 3-5 år

Passar barn mellan 90-105 cm

12" hjulstorlek

 

 

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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1879:- -4% (1958:-)

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1879:- -4% (1958:-)

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



 

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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1879:- -4% (1958:-)

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



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Artikelnummer: B11PW73

1879:- -4% (1958:-)

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1933 Duesenberg Twenty Grand, The Franklin Mint

Own a classic from the Golden Age of Automobiles. Wow, What a Duesy!

The most luxurious Duesenberg ever, the world knew it as the 20 Grand. For in 1933, it had the bold price tag of $20,000—far beyond the reach of the millions who first saw it at the Chicago World’s Fair. Today, its value would be in the millions. Now, the most elegant Duesy ever can be yours—in the form of this sensational die-cast replica.

 

Handcrafted with 148 separate parts, it’s authentic to the smallest detail—from the famed Duesy hood ornament to the genuine instrument panels with full array of switches, gauges and levers. Painted a posh champagne silver, it’s a certified classic, just like the original.

 

The year is 1933. In Chicago, crowds gather at the Century of Progress Exposition, a World's Fair unlike any other. There, the future is presented to a nation weary of its depression and finding relief in the presentation of better times to come. As visitors flock to the Travel and Transportation Building, they are mesmerized by the stunning 1933 Duesenberg SJ. This motor car is not only the most luxurious Duesenberg ever built, it is also the most expensive. And its price would also become the motor car's namesake—the Duesenberg "Twenty Grand".

 

Built expressly for the World’s Fair in Chicago, the "Twenty Grand" would steal the show as millions shared in the aura of grandeur and wealth that surrounded such a car. Even the colour, described as metallic platinum, suggested the sterling quality of such a machine, and perhaps indirectly, pointed toward a silver lining on the black cloud of the Depression.

 

Chief designer, Gordon Buehrig, designed the "Twenty Grand:, adapting several of the earlier coach styles, and the noted coach-builder Rollston Body Company, made the design a reality. With polished stainless steel tubing covering the exposed exhaust pipes, and an aerodynamically slanted windscreen, the luxurious "Twenty Grand" exuded a feeling of speed, as well as grandeur. Its long and sleek lines, uninterrupted by superfluous extravagance, elegantly belied the power that lay under the bonnet—a 320-horsepower supercharged engine that was claimed to have pushed the machine to speeds as high as 130 miles per hour.

 

The power and elegance that were revealed by the exterior were complemented by the sumptuousness of the interior. The "armchair" type seats were upholstered in broadcloth bounded with silver patent leather. Instrument panels, in the front and back seats, were panelled in two-tone burl walnut with silver inlay.

 

Only one was ever built. And perhaps a car as unparalleled as the 1933 Duesenberg SJ "Twenty Grand" should be alone in its class. Today it is part of the Merle Norman Beauty Collection in the San Sylmar Museum where it is on exhibition.

 

The Duesenberg name connoted quality and style. The 1933 Duesenberg SJ connoted more than that—it was a machine of dreams, of fantasies, of "Twenty Grand".

 

Technical Specifications

•Engine: DOHC Straight-8

•Displacement: 420 Cubic Inches

•Horsepower: 320 BHP @ 4,750

•Suspension: Semi-Elliptic Leaf Spring, Front and Rear

•Induction System: Stromberg Carburetor with Centrifugal Supercharge

•Wheelbase: 153.5 Inches (Long)

•Fuel Tank: 26.5 Gallons

•Transmission: Warner 3-Speed

•Brakes: Hydraulic, 4 Wheel

•Top Speed: 130 MPH

 

Operating Features

•Re-created in authentic 1:24 scale

•Full array of operating features

•Genuine wood paneling

•Hand-assembled from 148 parts



 

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

 

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Artikelnummer: B11TC54

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1955 Corvette Franklin Mint B11TC54, The Franklin Mint

Skala 1/24

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

 

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

 

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Artikelnummer: B11G467

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1955 Ford Thunderbird Capitol Records Celebrity - Limited Edition Only 1.000, The Franklin Mint

An A-List Original 

In 1955, the flamboyant Ford Thunderbird burst onto the automotive scene…by way of the red carpet. An unrivaled harmony of power, elegance and innovation, the T-Bird was originally bought by Capitol Records Company as a courtesy car for the biggest recording artists and movie stars of the day. Marilyn™, Elvis® and Bing were among a long list of Hollywood elite holding the coveted keys to the one-and-only Capitol Records’ ‘55 Black T-Bird.

 

Limited Edition of only 1,000 worldwide

 

Specifikationer

Skala: 1:24

Längd: 20,3 cm

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Artikelnummer: B11F679

1999:- -4% (2083:-)

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1959 Corvette Barn Find - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

The Ultimate "Car Guy" Dream... Every car enthusiast dreams of finding a "diamond in the rough" – hidden away for decades, safely preserved from the harsh elements but all there, ready to be saved.

 

Such lore surrounds Corvettes® in the many stories of young men who hid their cars for safekeeping before leaving for military service, only never to return; of spouses who stashed cars from pending property settlement proceedings; of folks who stored a car and met upon hard times, forced to abandon their dream with no money to pay for storage fees. These cars are often referred to as "barn finds". When discovered, are the automotive equivalent to finding the Holy Grail! Only a fortunate few have been able to find these gems - until now!

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models proudly presents that coveted "barn find" in a special Limited Edition, complete with its own display. All car enthusiasts dream of finding their "diamond", but only a fortunate few can actually experience the sensation as it comes to life before their treasure-hunting eyes. The 1959 Corvette®, discovered in a vintage barn - a fuel injected model, complete with all of its original factory parts, exactly as it was left behind so many years ago. Issued in a strictly Limited Edition of just 2,500 pieces worldwide - a precision-detailed, scale replica worthy only of the Franklin Mint Precision Models name. So buy one today and use it as a constant reminder that dreams do indeed come true!

 

A new dream, ready for your imagination, scaled to perfection in "as found" condition – a must-have for the serious vintage car enthusiast. Sense the pride and satisfaction of the day he actually sits behind the wheel and turns the key on the restoration project that has consumed his every spare minute these last several years. The ride is definitely worth the trip.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide

 

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Artikelnummer: B11F679

1999:- -4% (2083:-)

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1959 Corvette Barn Find - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

The Ultimate "Car Guy" Dream... Every car enthusiast dreams of finding a "diamond in the rough" – hidden away for decades, safely preserved from the harsh elements but all there, ready to be saved.

 

Such lore surrounds Corvettes® in the many stories of young men who hid their cars for safekeeping before leaving for military service, only never to return; of spouses who stashed cars from pending property settlement proceedings; of folks who stored a car and met upon hard times, forced to abandon their dream with no money to pay for storage fees. These cars are often referred to as "barn finds". When discovered, are the automotive equivalent to finding the Holy Grail! Only a fortunate few have been able to find these gems - until now!

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models proudly presents that coveted "barn find" in a special Limited Edition, complete with its own display. All car enthusiasts dream of finding their "diamond", but only a fortunate few can actually experience the sensation as it comes to life before their treasure-hunting eyes. The 1959 Corvette®, discovered in a vintage barn - a fuel injected model, complete with all of its original factory parts, exactly as it was left behind so many years ago. Issued in a strictly Limited Edition of just 2,500 pieces worldwide - a precision-detailed, scale replica worthy only of the Franklin Mint Precision Models name. So buy one today and use it as a constant reminder that dreams do indeed come true!

 

A new dream, ready for your imagination, scaled to perfection in "as found" condition – a must-have for the serious vintage car enthusiast. Sense the pride and satisfaction of the day he actually sits behind the wheel and turns the key on the restoration project that has consumed his every spare minute these last several years. The ride is definitely worth the trip.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide

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Artikelnummer: B11F679

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1959 Corvette Barn Find - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

The Ultimate "Car Guy" Dream... Every car enthusiast dreams of finding a "diamond in the rough" – hidden away for decades, safely preserved from the harsh elements but all there, ready to be saved.

 

Such lore surrounds Corvettes® in the many stories of young men who hid their cars for safekeeping before leaving for military service, only never to return; of spouses who stashed cars from pending property settlement proceedings; of folks who stored a car and met upon hard times, forced to abandon their dream with no money to pay for storage fees. These cars are often referred to as "barn finds". When discovered, are the automotive equivalent to finding the Holy Grail! Only a fortunate few have been able to find these gems - until now!

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models proudly presents that coveted "barn find" in a special Limited Edition, complete with its own display. All car enthusiasts dream of finding their "diamond", but only a fortunate few can actually experience the sensation as it comes to life before their treasure-hunting eyes. The 1959 Corvette®, discovered in a vintage barn - a fuel injected model, complete with all of its original factory parts, exactly as it was left behind so many years ago. Issued in a strictly Limited Edition of just 2,500 pieces worldwide - a precision-detailed, scale replica worthy only of the Franklin Mint Precision Models name. So buy one today and use it as a constant reminder that dreams do indeed come true!

 

A new dream, ready for your imagination, scaled to perfection in "as found" condition – a must-have for the serious vintage car enthusiast. Sense the pride and satisfaction of the day he actually sits behind the wheel and turns the key on the restoration project that has consumed his every spare minute these last several years. The ride is definitely worth the trip.

 

Limited Edition of 2,500 worldwide

 

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Artikelnummer: B11E800

1872:- -4% (1950:-)

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1965 Corvette Sting Ray Fiberglass Coupe, The Franklin Mint

Our most technologically advanced 1:24 scale Vette ever!

Just when Corvette® lovers thought things could not get any better, along came the '65 Sting Ray™. Out were the hood vents of earlier models. In were three functioning front-fender louvers for increased airflow. Gone were the rear drum brakes of previous years, replaced by the smoother, easier four-wheel disc variety.

 

But the most significant change of all... the introduction of the thoroughly awesome 396 Turbo Jet engine – first of the factory-built Big Blocks to power a Corvette® - equally at home on the track as on the street, to the degree that many who owned one drove their pride-and-joy "a quarter mile at a time!"

 

Here's your invitation to join the "Big Block" party by ordering the definitive precision re-creation of the one-and-only Corvette® ever to sport the powerful 396 Turbo Jet Big Block engine. Assembled entirely by hand, this spectacular model matches the original, detail for scorching detail. The "bulge hood," flip-up headlights and fully appointed interior... every distinctive feature re-created to an unprecedented degree of accuracy by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And, of course, there's the unparalleled re-creation of the Turbo Jet engine under the hood, accurate right down to the air cleaner assembly that can actually be removed to view the carburetor and engine block.

 

Just like the actual auto, this sensational model features a body of real fiberglass, hand-painted a torrid Rally Red. A must for your Corvette® collection!

 

In order to re-create the torrid '65 Vette, our engineers developed all-new tooling, thereby making it a completely new and individual model unlike any other ever produced. Here is our most technologically advanced Corvette® model to date, packed with details that place this model in a league all it's own.

 

Additional working features include functional suspension, operable steering, hinged fuel cap and detachable jack compartment door, a fully appointed interior, flip-up headlights, tread patterns that match original, a fully detailed carburetor, and an exhaust system that appears in perfect clarity as part of the detailed undercarriage.

 

The 1965 Corvette® was in many ways the alpha omega of Corvettes®. 1965 introduced the first GM® factory big block option for any Corvette®. The powerful 396 Turbo Jet engine delivered 425 hp and 415 foot-pounds of torque. This was a quantum leap from previous years, with 375 hp the highest option offered in 1964. With this new factory muscle under the hood, the '65 Corvette® was just as much at home on the track as the street. In fact, most who purchased this option drove their Corvettes®... a quarter mile at a time! The 1965 Corvette® was also the first year to offer the new "bulge hood," designed for the big block option, and the first Corvette® to have side exhaust pipes and a power radio antenna. The 1965 model year was also the omega Corvette®. It was the last "fuelie" Corvette®. While customers could choose a carbureted model, fuel injection for Corvettes® would vanish until new throttle body injection was introduced in 1982. 1965 was also the last year for rear drum brakes; all Corvettes® would now be offered with four-wheel disc brakes as standard equipment.

 

The 1965 Corvette® is also the "one and only"... The only model year Corvette® to sport the 396 Turbo Jet, it would be replaced with a bigger big block in 1966, never again to be found under the hood of any other factory Corvette® built. This fact alone makes 1965 a benchmark year for Corvette® and makes it a true classic. With limited production numbers, only a very fortunate few can own the real deal. Franklin Mint Precision Models has captured the essence of this automotive ico

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Artikelnummer: B11E800

1872:- -4% (1950:-)

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1965 Corvette Sting Ray Fiberglass Coupe, The Franklin Mint

Our most technologically advanced 1:24 scale Vette ever!

Just when Corvette® lovers thought things could not get any better, along came the '65 Sting Ray™. Out were the hood vents of earlier models. In were three functioning front-fender louvers for increased airflow. Gone were the rear drum brakes of previous years, replaced by the smoother, easier four-wheel disc variety.

 

But the most significant change of all... the introduction of the thoroughly awesome 396 Turbo Jet engine – first of the factory-built Big Blocks to power a Corvette® - equally at home on the track as on the street, to the degree that many who owned one drove their pride-and-joy "a quarter mile at a time!"

 

Here's your invitation to join the "Big Block" party by ordering the definitive precision re-creation of the one-and-only Corvette® ever to sport the powerful 396 Turbo Jet Big Block engine. Assembled entirely by hand, this spectacular model matches the original, detail for scorching detail. The "bulge hood," flip-up headlights and fully appointed interior... every distinctive feature re-created to an unprecedented degree of accuracy by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And, of course, there's the unparalleled re-creation of the Turbo Jet engine under the hood, accurate right down to the air cleaner assembly that can actually be removed to view the carburetor and engine block.

 

Just like the actual auto, this sensational model features a body of real fiberglass, hand-painted a torrid Rally Red. A must for your Corvette® collection!

 

In order to re-create the torrid '65 Vette, our engineers developed all-new tooling, thereby making it a completely new and individual model unlike any other ever produced. Here is our most technologically advanced Corvette® model to date, packed with details that place this model in a league all it's own.

 

Additional working features include functional suspension, operable steering, hinged fuel cap and detachable jack compartment door, a fully appointed interior, flip-up headlights, tread patterns that match original, a fully detailed carburetor, and an exhaust system that appears in perfect clarity as part of the detailed undercarriage.

 

The 1965 Corvette® was in many ways the alpha omega of Corvettes®. 1965 introduced the first GM® factory big block option for any Corvette®. The powerful 396 Turbo Jet engine delivered 425 hp and 415 foot-pounds of torque. This was a quantum leap from previous years, with 375 hp the highest option offered in 1964. With this new factory muscle under the hood, the '65 Corvette® was just as much at home on the track as the street. In fact, most who purchased this option drove their Corvettes®... a quarter mile at a time! The 1965 Corvette® was also the first year to offer the new "bulge hood," designed for the big block option, and the first Corvette® to have side exhaust pipes and a power radio antenna. The 1965 model year was also the omega Corvette®. It was the last "fuelie" Corvette®. While customers could choose a carbureted model, fuel injection for Corvettes® would vanish until new throttle body injection was introduced in 1982. 1965 was also the last year for rear drum brakes; all Corvettes® would now be offered with four-wheel disc brakes as standard equipment.

 

The 1965 Corvette® is also the "one and only"... The only model year Corvette® to sport the 396 Turbo Jet, it would be replaced with a bigger big block in 1966, never again to be found under the hood of any other factory Corvette® built. This fact alone makes 1965 a benchmark year for Corvette® and makes it a true classic. With limited production numbers, only a very fortunate few can own the real deal. Franklin Mint Precision Models has captured the essence of this automotive ico

 

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1965 Corvette Sting Ray Fiberglass Coupe, The Franklin Mint

Our most technologically advanced 1:24 scale Vette ever!

Just when Corvette® lovers thought things could not get any better, along came the '65 Sting Ray™. Out were the hood vents of earlier models. In were three functioning front-fender louvers for increased airflow. Gone were the rear drum brakes of previous years, replaced by the smoother, easier four-wheel disc variety.

 

But the most significant change of all... the introduction of the thoroughly awesome 396 Turbo Jet engine – first of the factory-built Big Blocks to power a Corvette® - equally at home on the track as on the street, to the degree that many who owned one drove their pride-and-joy "a quarter mile at a time!"

 

Here's your invitation to join the "Big Block" party by ordering the definitive precision re-creation of the one-and-only Corvette® ever to sport the powerful 396 Turbo Jet Big Block engine. Assembled entirely by hand, this spectacular model matches the original, detail for scorching detail. The "bulge hood," flip-up headlights and fully appointed interior... every distinctive feature re-created to an unprecedented degree of accuracy by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And, of course, there's the unparalleled re-creation of the Turbo Jet engine under the hood, accurate right down to the air cleaner assembly that can actually be removed to view the carburetor and engine block.

 

Just like the actual auto, this sensational model features a body of real fiberglass, hand-painted a torrid Rally Red. A must for your Corvette® collection!

 

In order to re-create the torrid '65 Vette, our engineers developed all-new tooling, thereby making it a completely new and individual model unlike any other ever produced. Here is our most technologically advanced Corvette® model to date, packed with details that place this model in a league all it's own.

 

Additional working features include functional suspension, operable steering, hinged fuel cap and detachable jack compartment door, a fully appointed interior, flip-up headlights, tread patterns that match original, a fully detailed carburetor, and an exhaust system that appears in perfect clarity as part of the detailed undercarriage.

 

The 1965 Corvette® was in many ways the alpha omega of Corvettes®. 1965 introduced the first GM® factory big block option for any Corvette®. The powerful 396 Turbo Jet engine delivered 425 hp and 415 foot-pounds of torque. This was a quantum leap from previous years, with 375 hp the highest option offered in 1964. With this new factory muscle under the hood, the '65 Corvette® was just as much at home on the track as the street. In fact, most who purchased this option drove their Corvettes®... a quarter mile at a time! The 1965 Corvette® was also the first year to offer the new "bulge hood," designed for the big block option, and the first Corvette® to have side exhaust pipes and a power radio antenna. The 1965 model year was also the omega Corvette®. It was the last "fuelie" Corvette®. While customers could choose a carbureted model, fuel injection for Corvettes® would vanish until new throttle body injection was introduced in 1982. 1965 was also the last year for rear drum brakes; all Corvettes® would now be offered with four-wheel disc brakes as standard equipment.

 

The 1965 Corvette® is also the "one and only"... The only model year Corvette® to sport the 396 Turbo Jet, it would be replaced with a bigger big block in 1966, never again to be found under the hood of any other factory Corvette® built. This fact alone makes 1965 a benchmark year for Corvette® and makes it a true classic. With limited production numbers, only a very fortunate few can own the real deal. Franklin Mint Precision Models has captured the essence of this automotive ico

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C in Aluminum, The Franklin Mint

A sensational collectible depicting the last of the street Cobras.

Carroll Shelby pushed American racing to the limits back in the '50s and '60s, and created what many consider the greatest contribution to the world of speed: The Cobra®, a trail-blazing combination of ultra-lightweight aluminum and flashy Euro styling with a brawny American V-8 engine. Give yourself the opportunity to demonstrate your passion for speed with a spectacular 1:24 scale, precision model of the "street legal" version of the Cobra® -- the 427 S/C™. It's crafted in unpainted aluminum, just like Shelby's® own. And you'll find true-to-life details, like doors, hood and trunk that open and close. Steering wheel that turns the front wheels. Authentic materials used in the seats, like real leather upholstery. A highly detailed engine -- accurate down to the spark plug wires. Even the tread on the tires perfectly matches the original!

 

Generally, you have to choose between joy and power. But when Carroll Shelby introduced the world to the Cobra 427 S/C lightweight roadster in the early 1960's, power and joy turned out to be two sides of the same coin. For the true roadster aficionado, nothing has ever been built to compare to the Cobra. Even to this day, the Shelby® Cobra stands out. This limited production sports car deserves its designation as an automotive classic because it demands your full attention. It looks great; it sounds mean; and it drives like a demon. In fact, it may well be the most powerful, the most attractive, and the most thrilling front-engine roadster ever manufactured for sale to the public.

 

The Shelby® Cobra was born in a flash of insight, became cloaked in clouds of controversy, and remains enshrouded in layers of mystery. To understand the Cobra mystique, you must first start with its creator.

 

Carroll Shelby was a Texan who flew planes, raced cars, and brokered some great automotive ideas. Cobra production began in 1962 and ended in 1967. At first, this thinly disguised road racer featured a 260 V-8 engine (soon expanded to a 289 V-8) inside its sleek European-style body. Shelby® produced 630 of this model. Then, in 1965, this beautiful beast got even more power when the 427 cid V-8 racing engine was added. At some point in production, the 427 was replaced with the 428 Police Interceptor engine: 348 were 427’s and 26 of these were designated S/C for street competition. The S/C was the ultimate Cobra.

 

As awesome as the original created by Carroll Shelby

•Elite precision model collectible captured in 1:24 scale

•Powerful display piece in unpainted aluminum, just like the original

•Hand-assembled from more than 150 separate components

•Authentic detail and working features

•Real leather upholstery

 

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C in Aluminum, The Franklin Mint

A sensational collectible depicting the last of the street Cobras.

Carroll Shelby pushed American racing to the limits back in the '50s and '60s, and created what many consider the greatest contribution to the world of speed: The Cobra®, a trail-blazing combination of ultra-lightweight aluminum and flashy Euro styling with a brawny American V-8 engine. Give yourself the opportunity to demonstrate your passion for speed with a spectacular 1:24 scale, precision model of the "street legal" version of the Cobra® -- the 427 S/C™. It's crafted in unpainted aluminum, just like Shelby's® own. And you'll find true-to-life details, like doors, hood and trunk that open and close. Steering wheel that turns the front wheels. Authentic materials used in the seats, like real leather upholstery. A highly detailed engine -- accurate down to the spark plug wires. Even the tread on the tires perfectly matches the original!

 

Generally, you have to choose between joy and power. But when Carroll Shelby introduced the world to the Cobra 427 S/C lightweight roadster in the early 1960's, power and joy turned out to be two sides of the same coin. For the true roadster aficionado, nothing has ever been built to compare to the Cobra. Even to this day, the Shelby® Cobra stands out. This limited production sports car deserves its designation as an automotive classic because it demands your full attention. It looks great; it sounds mean; and it drives like a demon. In fact, it may well be the most powerful, the most attractive, and the most thrilling front-engine roadster ever manufactured for sale to the public.

 

The Shelby® Cobra was born in a flash of insight, became cloaked in clouds of controversy, and remains enshrouded in layers of mystery. To understand the Cobra mystique, you must first start with its creator.

 

Carroll Shelby was a Texan who flew planes, raced cars, and brokered some great automotive ideas. Cobra production began in 1962 and ended in 1967. At first, this thinly disguised road racer featured a 260 V-8 engine (soon expanded to a 289 V-8) inside its sleek European-style body. Shelby® produced 630 of this model. Then, in 1965, this beautiful beast got even more power when the 427 cid V-8 racing engine was added. At some point in production, the 427 was replaced with the 428 Police Interceptor engine: 348 were 427’s and 26 of these were designated S/C for street competition. The S/C was the ultimate Cobra.

 

As awesome as the original created by Carroll Shelby

•Elite precision model collectible captured in 1:24 scale

•Powerful display piece in unpainted aluminum, just like the original

•Hand-assembled from more than 150 separate components

•Authentic detail and working features

•Real leather upholstery

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C in Aluminum, The Franklin Mint

A sensational collectible depicting the last of the street Cobras.

Carroll Shelby pushed American racing to the limits back in the '50s and '60s, and created what many consider the greatest contribution to the world of speed: The Cobra®, a trail-blazing combination of ultra-lightweight aluminum and flashy Euro styling with a brawny American V-8 engine. Give yourself the opportunity to demonstrate your passion for speed with a spectacular 1:24 scale, precision model of the "street legal" version of the Cobra® -- the 427 S/C™. It's crafted in unpainted aluminum, just like Shelby's® own. And you'll find true-to-life details, like doors, hood and trunk that open and close. Steering wheel that turns the front wheels. Authentic materials used in the seats, like real leather upholstery. A highly detailed engine -- accurate down to the spark plug wires. Even the tread on the tires perfectly matches the original!

 

Generally, you have to choose between joy and power. But when Carroll Shelby introduced the world to the Cobra 427 S/C lightweight roadster in the early 1960's, power and joy turned out to be two sides of the same coin. For the true roadster aficionado, nothing has ever been built to compare to the Cobra. Even to this day, the Shelby® Cobra stands out. This limited production sports car deserves its designation as an automotive classic because it demands your full attention. It looks great; it sounds mean; and it drives like a demon. In fact, it may well be the most powerful, the most attractive, and the most thrilling front-engine roadster ever manufactured for sale to the public.

 

The Shelby® Cobra was born in a flash of insight, became cloaked in clouds of controversy, and remains enshrouded in layers of mystery. To understand the Cobra mystique, you must first start with its creator.

 

Carroll Shelby was a Texan who flew planes, raced cars, and brokered some great automotive ideas. Cobra production began in 1962 and ended in 1967. At first, this thinly disguised road racer featured a 260 V-8 engine (soon expanded to a 289 V-8) inside its sleek European-style body. Shelby® produced 630 of this model. Then, in 1965, this beautiful beast got even more power when the 427 cid V-8 racing engine was added. At some point in production, the 427 was replaced with the 428 Police Interceptor engine: 348 were 427’s and 26 of these were designated S/C for street competition. The S/C was the ultimate Cobra.

 

As awesome as the original created by Carroll Shelby

•Elite precision model collectible captured in 1:24 scale

•Powerful display piece in unpainted aluminum, just like the original

•Hand-assembled from more than 150 separate components

•Authentic detail and working features

•Real leather upholstery

 

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Supersnake - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Carroll Shelby's Ultimate Muscle Car - Yours in a Special Limited Edition

 

Only one Supersnake® remains in existence, and in 2007 it was auctioned off at a dizzying $5.5 million! Now, the rarest of the rare can be yours for much, much less - in a precision-engineered classic as awesome as the real thing. Built by hand from more than 150 separate components, this superb model is crafted with the same passion as the legendary Carroll Shelby® devoted to the original. Every detail is authentic, down to the side-mounted exhausts and the precise re-creation of the powerful Shelby Cobra 427 S/C® engine under the hood. We've even duplicated the world-famous Cobra logo on the hood. Packed with realistic working features, painted and polished by hand, it's ready to roar its way into your collection now!

 

The 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is without a doubt the "Cobra to End All Cobras," as it was described by Road and Track magazine in 1968. Earning the title of "SUPERSNAKE®" after being transformed by Carroll Shelby™ into his own personal dream Cobra. To the already legendary Competition 427 Big Block he added twin Paxton Superchargers, raising the horsepower to 800. He joined this power plant to a Super 3-speed automatic transmission. Skinned with its European-styled, lightweight aluminum Competition body, this Cobra was truly the ultimate Muscle Car.

 

Its history is equally as impressive. CSX 3015 started out as full Competition roadsters without bumpers, mufflers or a windshield, built strictly for the European racing circuit, not public roads. Sometime in early to mid-1967, CSX 3015 was transformed into the SuperSnake® and reclassified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C™ (Semi-Competition), while retaining the heart of a full race machine.

 

History shows CSX 3015 to be one of only two SuperSnakes® ever built. The other, CSX 3303, was destroyed when its owner committed suicide by driving the car into the Pacific Ocean, leaving CSX 3015 the only surviving authentic Shelby® SuperSnake®. On January 20th, 2007, CSX 3015 made history again when it sold at Barrett Jackson for a record-breaking 5 million dollars, making this classic one of the most coveted automotive icons ever.

 

Now, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is re-created in an extraordinary precision-engineered replica from Franklin Mint Precision Models. Authentic in every detail, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® Limited Edition is a die-cast model you will treasure for many years to come.

 

Limited Edition of 5,000 worldwide.

 

We all have our dream cars. The legendary Carroll Shelby® is no exception. Back in the late Sixties, he made his dream come true by taking his blatantly awesome CSX 3015 competition roadster - built for the European racing circuit - and increasing its already formidable power with the addition of twin Paxton Superchargers, boosting the horsepower to a near-mythic 800.

 

He didn't stop there. The fitting of a lightweight competition body with decidedly European flair infused alluring beauty to the ferocious beast under the hood. With the further addition of bumpers, mufflers and a windshield, Shelby's® magus opus was classified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C® (S/C for Semi-Competition). Only two were ever built, and only one remains selling at auction for a nifty $5,500,000!

 

This is the car re-created for you now by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And like the actual Supersnake®, it's a study in pure power and styling that will bring a touch of excitement to any collection.

 

Operating Features

•Doors: Your model's doors are hinged in the front.

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Supersnake - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Carroll Shelby's Ultimate Muscle Car - Yours in a Special Limited Edition

 

Only one Supersnake® remains in existence, and in 2007 it was auctioned off at a dizzying $5.5 million! Now, the rarest of the rare can be yours for much, much less - in a precision-engineered classic as awesome as the real thing. Built by hand from more than 150 separate components, this superb model is crafted with the same passion as the legendary Carroll Shelby® devoted to the original. Every detail is authentic, down to the side-mounted exhausts and the precise re-creation of the powerful Shelby Cobra 427 S/C® engine under the hood. We've even duplicated the world-famous Cobra logo on the hood. Packed with realistic working features, painted and polished by hand, it's ready to roar its way into your collection now!

 

The 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is without a doubt the "Cobra to End All Cobras," as it was described by Road and Track magazine in 1968. Earning the title of "SUPERSNAKE®" after being transformed by Carroll Shelby™ into his own personal dream Cobra. To the already legendary Competition 427 Big Block he added twin Paxton Superchargers, raising the horsepower to 800. He joined this power plant to a Super 3-speed automatic transmission. Skinned with its European-styled, lightweight aluminum Competition body, this Cobra was truly the ultimate Muscle Car.

 

Its history is equally as impressive. CSX 3015 started out as full Competition roadsters without bumpers, mufflers or a windshield, built strictly for the European racing circuit, not public roads. Sometime in early to mid-1967, CSX 3015 was transformed into the SuperSnake® and reclassified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C™ (Semi-Competition), while retaining the heart of a full race machine.

 

History shows CSX 3015 to be one of only two SuperSnakes® ever built. The other, CSX 3303, was destroyed when its owner committed suicide by driving the car into the Pacific Ocean, leaving CSX 3015 the only surviving authentic Shelby® SuperSnake®. On January 20th, 2007, CSX 3015 made history again when it sold at Barrett Jackson for a record-breaking 5 million dollars, making this classic one of the most coveted automotive icons ever.

 

Now, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is re-created in an extraordinary precision-engineered replica from Franklin Mint Precision Models. Authentic in every detail, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® Limited Edition is a die-cast model you will treasure for many years to come.

 

Limited Edition of 5,000 worldwide.

 

We all have our dream cars. The legendary Carroll Shelby® is no exception. Back in the late Sixties, he made his dream come true by taking his blatantly awesome CSX 3015 competition roadster - built for the European racing circuit - and increasing its already formidable power with the addition of twin Paxton Superchargers, boosting the horsepower to a near-mythic 800.

 

He didn't stop there. The fitting of a lightweight competition body with decidedly European flair infused alluring beauty to the ferocious beast under the hood. With the further addition of bumpers, mufflers and a windshield, Shelby's® magus opus was classified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C® (S/C for Semi-Competition). Only two were ever built, and only one remains selling at auction for a nifty $5,500,000!

 

This is the car re-created for you now by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And like the actual Supersnake®, it's a study in pure power and styling that will bring a touch of excitement to any collection.

 

Operating Features

•Doors: Your model's doors are hinged in the front.

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

 

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1966 Shelby Cobra 427 Supersnake - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Carroll Shelby's Ultimate Muscle Car - Yours in a Special Limited Edition

 

Only one Supersnake® remains in existence, and in 2007 it was auctioned off at a dizzying $5.5 million! Now, the rarest of the rare can be yours for much, much less - in a precision-engineered classic as awesome as the real thing. Built by hand from more than 150 separate components, this superb model is crafted with the same passion as the legendary Carroll Shelby® devoted to the original. Every detail is authentic, down to the side-mounted exhausts and the precise re-creation of the powerful Shelby Cobra 427 S/C® engine under the hood. We've even duplicated the world-famous Cobra logo on the hood. Packed with realistic working features, painted and polished by hand, it's ready to roar its way into your collection now!

 

The 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is without a doubt the "Cobra to End All Cobras," as it was described by Road and Track magazine in 1968. Earning the title of "SUPERSNAKE®" after being transformed by Carroll Shelby™ into his own personal dream Cobra. To the already legendary Competition 427 Big Block he added twin Paxton Superchargers, raising the horsepower to 800. He joined this power plant to a Super 3-speed automatic transmission. Skinned with its European-styled, lightweight aluminum Competition body, this Cobra was truly the ultimate Muscle Car.

 

Its history is equally as impressive. CSX 3015 started out as full Competition roadsters without bumpers, mufflers or a windshield, built strictly for the European racing circuit, not public roads. Sometime in early to mid-1967, CSX 3015 was transformed into the SuperSnake® and reclassified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C™ (Semi-Competition), while retaining the heart of a full race machine.

 

History shows CSX 3015 to be one of only two SuperSnakes® ever built. The other, CSX 3303, was destroyed when its owner committed suicide by driving the car into the Pacific Ocean, leaving CSX 3015 the only surviving authentic Shelby® SuperSnake®. On January 20th, 2007, CSX 3015 made history again when it sold at Barrett Jackson for a record-breaking 5 million dollars, making this classic one of the most coveted automotive icons ever.

 

Now, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® is re-created in an extraordinary precision-engineered replica from Franklin Mint Precision Models. Authentic in every detail, the 1966 Shelby® Cobra 427 SuperSnake® Limited Edition is a die-cast model you will treasure for many years to come.

 

Limited Edition of 5,000 worldwide.

 

We all have our dream cars. The legendary Carroll Shelby® is no exception. Back in the late Sixties, he made his dream come true by taking his blatantly awesome CSX 3015 competition roadster - built for the European racing circuit - and increasing its already formidable power with the addition of twin Paxton Superchargers, boosting the horsepower to a near-mythic 800.

 

He didn't stop there. The fitting of a lightweight competition body with decidedly European flair infused alluring beauty to the ferocious beast under the hood. With the further addition of bumpers, mufflers and a windshield, Shelby's® magus opus was classified as a street-legal 427 Cobra S/C® (S/C for Semi-Competition). Only two were ever built, and only one remains selling at auction for a nifty $5,500,000!

 

This is the car re-created for you now by the engineers of Franklin Mint Precision Models. And like the actual Supersnake®, it's a study in pure power and styling that will bring a touch of excitement to any collection.

 

Operating Features

•Doors: Your model's doors are hinged in the front.

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

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1966 Shelby GT-350 - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Take one high-performance "K" code Ford Mustang Fastback, give it to Carroll Shelby® to tune, and what do you get? An incredibly fast and nimble pony car factory-tuned for the race track!

 

Introduced in 1964, the legendary Shelby GT-350™ was created out of a partnership with Ford Motor Company and legendary race car driver, Carroll Shelby®. The car was an instant success. Combining blistering speed and incredible styling, the GT-350® set a standard for street racers and track racers alike. In 1965, you could have this car in only one color – white with blue stripes. But by 1966, you could order your GT-350® in one of several colors, and this special Limited Edition model is offered in one of the hottest factory color combos – Sapphire Blue with white stripes.

 

Each precision replica is hand assembled from more than 200 separate components and packed with authentic details that are the hallmarks of Franklin Mint Precision Models. Every detail of the 306 horsepower 289 V-8 is replicated, right down to the spark plug wires. This model is so realistic, even the hood is made of real fiberglass – just like on the original car. Of course, this model also depicts the operating features discriminating collectors expect from a precision-engineered die-cast model, including operable steering, functional suspension and doors, hood and trunk that open and close.

 

April of 1964 saw the introduction of the Mustang, which immediately became one of the most popular cars ever sold by Ford. By August of that year, Ford approached Carroll Shelby® and asked him to experiment with the Mustang 2+2 Fastback to see if it could be made into a potential SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) racer. The result was the Shelby GT-350TM. It was a noisy, bear of a car–but exciting and fast. And it did win.

 

The 1965 GT-350® was such a huge success, Carroll Shelby® continued the regular production to include a 1966 model year. The only significant changes were mostly cosmetic and a few improvements for driver comfort and safety. Among them was the addition of a functional side scoop on the quarter-panel coves for channeled air to cool the rear brakes. A Plexiglas C-pillar window replaced the extractor vents, improving the large blind spot which menaced the Mustang Fastback and Shelby® in 1965. Additionally, the dual exhaust was re-routed to exit the rear of the car, which reduced the interior noise. With its new look and creature comforts, there were no compromises in performance. The race-bred 1966 GT-350® continued to be one of the most popular and widely recognized high-performance brands in the industry.

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models is proud to present this finely detailed and accurate reproduction of the 1966 Shelby GT-350TM.

 

Limited Edition of 1 966

 

Operating Features

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Trunk: Your model’s trunk opens.

•Doors: The doors are hinged at the front and open to approximately a 45-degree angle.

•Suspension: Your model comes with a functioning suspension.

•Hood: As on the original car, the hood is hinged and cannot be lifted completely off.



 

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1966 Shelby GT-350 - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Take one high-performance "K" code Ford Mustang Fastback, give it to Carroll Shelby® to tune, and what do you get? An incredibly fast and nimble pony car factory-tuned for the race track!

 

Introduced in 1964, the legendary Shelby GT-350™ was created out of a partnership with Ford Motor Company and legendary race car driver, Carroll Shelby®. The car was an instant success. Combining blistering speed and incredible styling, the GT-350® set a standard for street racers and track racers alike. In 1965, you could have this car in only one color – white with blue stripes. But by 1966, you could order your GT-350® in one of several colors, and this special Limited Edition model is offered in one of the hottest factory color combos – Sapphire Blue with white stripes.

 

Each precision replica is hand assembled from more than 200 separate components and packed with authentic details that are the hallmarks of Franklin Mint Precision Models. Every detail of the 306 horsepower 289 V-8 is replicated, right down to the spark plug wires. This model is so realistic, even the hood is made of real fiberglass – just like on the original car. Of course, this model also depicts the operating features discriminating collectors expect from a precision-engineered die-cast model, including operable steering, functional suspension and doors, hood and trunk that open and close.

 

April of 1964 saw the introduction of the Mustang, which immediately became one of the most popular cars ever sold by Ford. By August of that year, Ford approached Carroll Shelby® and asked him to experiment with the Mustang 2+2 Fastback to see if it could be made into a potential SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) racer. The result was the Shelby GT-350TM. It was a noisy, bear of a car–but exciting and fast. And it did win.

 

The 1965 GT-350® was such a huge success, Carroll Shelby® continued the regular production to include a 1966 model year. The only significant changes were mostly cosmetic and a few improvements for driver comfort and safety. Among them was the addition of a functional side scoop on the quarter-panel coves for channeled air to cool the rear brakes. A Plexiglas C-pillar window replaced the extractor vents, improving the large blind spot which menaced the Mustang Fastback and Shelby® in 1965. Additionally, the dual exhaust was re-routed to exit the rear of the car, which reduced the interior noise. With its new look and creature comforts, there were no compromises in performance. The race-bred 1966 GT-350® continued to be one of the most popular and widely recognized high-performance brands in the industry.

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models is proud to present this finely detailed and accurate reproduction of the 1966 Shelby GT-350TM.

 

Limited Edition of 1 966

 

Operating Features

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Trunk: Your model’s trunk opens.

•Doors: The doors are hinged at the front and open to approximately a 45-degree angle.

•Suspension: Your model comes with a functioning suspension.

•Hood: As on the original car, the hood is hinged and cannot be lifted completely off.



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1966 Shelby GT-350 - Limited Edition, The Franklin Mint

Take one high-performance "K" code Ford Mustang Fastback, give it to Carroll Shelby® to tune, and what do you get? An incredibly fast and nimble pony car factory-tuned for the race track!

 

Introduced in 1964, the legendary Shelby GT-350™ was created out of a partnership with Ford Motor Company and legendary race car driver, Carroll Shelby®. The car was an instant success. Combining blistering speed and incredible styling, the GT-350® set a standard for street racers and track racers alike. In 1965, you could have this car in only one color – white with blue stripes. But by 1966, you could order your GT-350® in one of several colors, and this special Limited Edition model is offered in one of the hottest factory color combos – Sapphire Blue with white stripes.

 

Each precision replica is hand assembled from more than 200 separate components and packed with authentic details that are the hallmarks of Franklin Mint Precision Models. Every detail of the 306 horsepower 289 V-8 is replicated, right down to the spark plug wires. This model is so realistic, even the hood is made of real fiberglass – just like on the original car. Of course, this model also depicts the operating features discriminating collectors expect from a precision-engineered die-cast model, including operable steering, functional suspension and doors, hood and trunk that open and close.

 

April of 1964 saw the introduction of the Mustang, which immediately became one of the most popular cars ever sold by Ford. By August of that year, Ford approached Carroll Shelby® and asked him to experiment with the Mustang 2+2 Fastback to see if it could be made into a potential SCCA (Sports Car Club of America) racer. The result was the Shelby GT-350TM. It was a noisy, bear of a car–but exciting and fast. And it did win.

 

The 1965 GT-350® was such a huge success, Carroll Shelby® continued the regular production to include a 1966 model year. The only significant changes were mostly cosmetic and a few improvements for driver comfort and safety. Among them was the addition of a functional side scoop on the quarter-panel coves for channeled air to cool the rear brakes. A Plexiglas C-pillar window replaced the extractor vents, improving the large blind spot which menaced the Mustang Fastback and Shelby® in 1965. Additionally, the dual exhaust was re-routed to exit the rear of the car, which reduced the interior noise. With its new look and creature comforts, there were no compromises in performance. The race-bred 1966 GT-350® continued to be one of the most popular and widely recognized high-performance brands in the industry.

 

Franklin Mint Precision Models is proud to present this finely detailed and accurate reproduction of the 1966 Shelby GT-350TM.

 

Limited Edition of 1 966

 

Operating Features

•Steering Wheel: The front wheels can be positioned for display.

•Trunk: Your model’s trunk opens.

•Doors: The doors are hinged at the front and open to approximately a 45-degree angle.

•Suspension: Your model comes with a functioning suspension.

•Hood: As on the original car, the hood is hinged and cannot be lifted completely off.



 

Tom kundvagn

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