Die-cast replica, Each approximately 2" long. Includes plastic display case.
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A 3-piece collection of extravagantly decorated Chevrolets from the 1950s and 1960s.
First up is the Chevrolet Stepside Pick Up from 1965, which has already appeared as a single release in the Oxford 1:87 series. It certainly lives up to its Hot Rod name, decorated in black with orange and red flames leaping up the bonnet and sides and a mass of surrounding chrome. Chrome and whitewall tires add to the on-trend effect of the time. It is registered in Texas as 65 72 3894.
Second in the line-up is the Chevrolet Impala Convertible 1961, which appears in a vibrant purple and bright yellow color scheme with purple and white artwork to the bonnet and chrome/purple side flashes culminating in extravagant tail fins. The hood is down to reveal the silver grey interior and white steering wheel. This Hot Rod is registered in Maryland KD 23 76. You would certainly see this coming!Completing the colorful trio is the Chevrolet Nomad from 1957 in Hot Rod Flame livery. The color scheme is two-tone blue with a white roof, bright blue interior and decorated with cleverly executed pale blue ‘flames’ licking along the bonnet and sides of the car. The tail fins, bumpers, and other exterior trim are all masked silver. The car comes from Colorado, numbered 39-1415 in 1957