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Catalina Drag Car – 1962
Stock Number  – AW323 Year / Make / Model  – 1962 Pontiac Catalina Drag Car Exterior Color  – Race Day Look Interior Color  – Black  Manufacture  – Auto World Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 1,002 Estimated Release Date  – 3rd Qtr 2024 . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Please Note:  We do not charge your credit card for Pre Orders or Back Orders until the item is in stock and ready to ship to you! . .
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GTO Judge – 1970
Stock Number  – 1801221 Year / Make / Model  – 1970 GTO Judge Exterior Color  – Atoll Blue Interior Color  – White Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – Only 432 Made! Release Date  – SOLD OUT! . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Representative of the highest point of the muscle car era and one of the rarest production Pontiacs ever, the 1970 GTO Judge Ram Air IV Convertible presented here is one of only 17 Ram Air IV examples built. As any Pontiac fan will tell you, nothing beats this car’s timeless styling and executive-class interior appointments. One of the most attractive colors in the 1970 GM catalogue, the handsome Atoll Blue paint is well accented by the White top, and those multi-hued graphics pull it all together . Please Note:  We do not charge your credit card for Pre Orders or Back Orders until the item is in stock and ready to ship to you! . .
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GTO Judge – 1971
Stock Number  – 1801220 Year / Make / Model  – 1971 GTO Judge Exterior Color  – White Interior Color  – White Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – Only 390 Made! Release Date  – Available Now! . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . The performance division of General Motors in the middle of the golden muscle car era, had produced some of the most iconic and cool muscle cars. One of them was this 1971 Pontiac GTO Convertible, but this one is even cooler. This Judge GTO, it is one of the seventeen ever made, and it is the last ever built, which makes this one super rare.  Exceedingly rare and packed with factory options, this final-year GTO Judge convertible has all the qualities that have elevated The Judge to peak of the muscle car hierarchy . Please Note:  We do not charge your credit card for Pre Orders or Back Orders until the item is in stock and ready to ship to you! .  
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GTO Judge – 1971
Stock Number  – 1801224 Year / Make / Model  – 1971 GTO Judge Exterior Color  – Orbit Orange Interior Color  – Light Saddle Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 600 Estimated Release Date  – 2nd Qtr 2024 . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well! . . Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . In the winter of 1970, a Mr. Wayne Hagen caught wind of some rattling news: the Judge was retiring. In this case, no political figure was stepping down but rather Pontiac’s sportster of the same name. “He wanted one his whole life but couldn’t swing it financially,’ recalls his wife, Mary. “Realizing this would be his last chance to get one, he figured he should get moving.” . In April of 1971, the lovebirds swung by Hansord Pontiac, in Minneapolis, only to be greeted with a terrible announcement: they were too late. “The sales staff said sadly we had missed the boat in getting in an order,’ recalls Mary. Officially, the Judge was discontinued in February and here it was nearly a month later. “We told them we weren’t interested anymore and started to leave,’ said Mary. “Before we could get to the door, they said they would call up Pontiac and ask if they’ll make one more.” . Further pressing their luck, the Hagens had a special request: the car needed to be painted in their favorite color, Orbit Orange. “We had to have one in that color, we just loved it,’ gushed Mary. Easier said than done, that vibrant hue was no longer available for the 1971 model year. Still, eager for a sale, the dealership put in a special paint request to make it happen. . Please Note:  We do not charge your credit card for Pre Orders or Back Orders until the item is in stock and ready to ship to you! . . . Unearthed for the first time in years, the Judge sees daylight. As of now, the vehicle shows to be the last GTO Judge produced in 1971. .
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Pontiac Firebird Convertible Serial #001 – 1967
Stock Number  – 1805218 Year / Make / Model  – 1967 Firebird Convertible (Serial #001) Exterior Color  – Regimental Red Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 384 Release Date  – SOLD OUT! Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . Note: This is a 1:18 Scale replica of the 1st 1967 Pontiac built - Serial # 001! Some images are of the real car. . .   The Pontiac Firebird holds a well-deserved legacy among classic American pony cars. The pair with VIN 001 and 002 came out of the Pontiac Lordstown, OH, assembly plant in early 1967. Pontiac toured with them for auto shows and marketing materials before eventually selling them. The Serial Number 001 Pontiac Firebird was restored to stock condition by adding a fresh coat of Regimental Red paint, which matches the red interior, adding a traditional black convertible top, and restoring the nuts and bolts. Incredibly, it features the original L30 326-cubic-inch V8 engine and boasts a 2-barrel Rochester carburetor that produces 250 horsepower. This model will also feature ALL NEW WHEEL TOOLING FOR SERIAL #1. The 1967 Pontiac Firebird H.O. Serial #002 was the second Firebird produced and the first in a coupe configuration. Decked out in silver paint with a black vinyl top and powered by a V8 engine with a four-barrel carburetor, higher compression and dual exhaust, it produces up to 285 hp. Firebirds inspired generations of auto enthusiasts. We’re stoked to see them restored to their former glory and given the proper respect they deserve. . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! . .
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Pontiac Grand Prix “Royal Bobcat” – 1969
Stock Number  – Amm1316 Year / Make / Model  – 1969 Royal Bobcat Grand Prix Exterior Color  – Cameo White Interior Color  – Black Manufacture  – Auto World Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – 1,002 Release Date  – SOLD OUT! . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well! . . Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK   .  
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Pontiac GTO Judge Convertible – 1971
Stock Number  – 1801222 Year / Make / Model  – 1971 GTO Judge Convertible Exterior Color  – Castilian Bronze Interior Color  – Brown Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – Only 276 Made! Release Date  – Available Now! . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . If you ask most automobile enthusiasts what the first true muscle car was, it is highly likely they will respond swiftly and authoritatively with three simple letters “GTO”.  In 1971, the last year of Judge production, there were only 357 produced. Of those, only a mere 17 were convertibles. After 1971, GM was working to reduce compression ratios in preparation for the coming unleaded gasoline and stricter EPA regulations. But, Pontiac’s pain is a modern enthusiast’s gain, as only 17 of those 357 Judge models were convertibles. This puts it on equal footing in the rarity stakes with such luminous and legendary muscle cars as the 1970-71 Hemi Cuda convertibles. This rare 1971 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible, in Castilian Bronze, is one of the 17 built for the 1971 model year.  Exceedingly rare and packed with factory options, this final-year GTO Judge convertible has all the qualities that have elevated The Judge to peak of the muscle car hierarchy . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! .   .
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Pontiac GTO Judge Convertible – 1971
Stock Number  – 1801223 Year / Make / Model  – 1971 GTO Judge Convertible Exterior Color  – Laurentian Green Interior Color  – White Manufacture  – Acme Scale  –  1:18 Production Number  – Only 252 Made! Release Date  – Available Now! . Please Note – If you’re comparing prices be sure to factor in our competitors Shipping Fee’s.  Most of our Cars have Free Shipping! We pack with care as well!     Special Offer!! Our price includes the Shipping Fee if you’re in the Lower U.S 48! Sorry but this offer excludes all foreign shipments as well as HI, P.R. & AK . If you ask most automobile enthusiasts what the first true muscle car was, it is highly likely they will respond swiftly and authoritatively with three simple letters “GTO”.  In 1971, the last year of Judge production, there were only 357 produced. Of those, only a mere 17 were convertibles. After 1971, GM was working to reduce compression ratios in preparation for the coming unleaded gasoline and stricter EPA regulations. But, Pontiac’s pain is a modern enthusiast’s gain, as only 17 of those 357 Judge models were convertibles. This puts it on equal footing in the rarity stakes with such luminous and legendary muscle cars as the 1970-71 Hemi Cuda convertibles. The 1971 Pontiac GTO Judge convertible in Laurentian Green and is also one of the 17 convertibles made that year. This is the only GTO convertible that was finished in that color with a pearl white interior and white top.  . Note: Your Credit Card will not be charged until the item is ready to ship! . .
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