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Greenlight Collectibles New 1:64 Motor World Releases Update

The third release of the nice 1:64 scale line of real world cars in diecast is coming very soon from Greenlight Collectibles.

There are what we in the U.S. would term ‘domestic and foreign’ automobiles represented in the release so maybe we should just say the cars are represented globally.

There are three sub series sections in the release: Classics, American, and Speed. Classic cars in this series were those deemed to be well known for their ‘appearance and performance’ according to Greenlight. The American collection contains cars released in the USA naturally and the Speed sub-series includes those that ‘rip up the road’.

Here they are:

Maybe someone can gin up a Dharma logo in tampo decals?

I would love to own any of these in full scale especially that 356A!

Gimme the Cobra! Maybe someone can make a Jay Leno to scale?

Can't help but sing Smokey and the Bandit even with a '99. Love that truck too!

Here are the 12 vehicles represented in text form:

Classics: 1958 Porsche 356A Carrera Speedster – Blue

Classics: Mercedes-Benz Sprinter – Red and White (Firestone logo)

Classics: Mini Cooper – Red and Black Stripes with Top

Classics – Volkswagen Samba Bus – Yellow with White Top

Classics – Volkswagen Samba Bus – Beige with Olive Green Top

Classics – Volkswagen Samba Bus – Teal with White Top

American – 1955 Chevy Bel-Air – Black with Grey Top and Silver Trim

American – 1956 Ford F-100 – Black

American – 1965 Shelby Cobra 427 S/C Blue

American – 1999 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am – Black

Speed – 2003 Dodge Viper SRT/10 – Yellow

Speed – Jaguar E-Type – Midnight Navy

The bodies are all metal with plastic chassis and fully licensed from the manufacturers so these babies are tight on the design.

Available at Toys R Us and Gordmans and through distributors/wholesalers both brick and mortar and online..  I’m not familiar with Gordmans as there are none here in the southeast. Has anyone checked this retailer for Cars stuff?  The link above for Gordmans will take you to their store locator.

Check ’em out!

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