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Updated 11-19-2018
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Up to 1/29 Scale
1958 Corvette Convertible Top Down (Red) -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/18 Scale -- #73109
1958 Corvette Convertible Top Down (Red) -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/18 Scale -- #73109 by Motor Max (mmx73109)
1958 was truly the breakout year for the Corvette. The GM designers moved the car's styling away from its European heritage, thus becoming the definition of the ''American'' sports car. Not all the changes were limited to interior and exterior styling; performance was enhanced and running gear was upgraded.
'39 Chevy Coupe -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/24 Scale -- #73247
'39 Chevy Coupe -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/24 Scale -- #73247 by Motor Max (mmx73247)
Metallic black cherry diecast body with silver trim and all of the appropriate Chevrolet emblems. Chrome bumpers, grille, antenna and headlights. Realistic headlight lenses. Hood opens to show detailed Chevrolet engine. Clear plastic windows. Doors open to show detailed beige interior, including dash with gauges, steering wheel, bucket seats, rearview mirror, pedal cluster and realistically molded door panels.
50 CHEVY BEL AIR -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/18 Scale -- #73111
50 CHEVY BEL AIR -- Diecast Model Car -- 1/18 Scale -- #73111 by Motor Max (mmx73111)
Concerned that the Korean War would bring shortages to the civilian automobile supply like it had in World War II, buyers snapped up the production models of the 1950 Bel Air which was available as the first hard-top vehicle without a B-Pillar from Chevrolet. The pillarless Bel Air Coupe was promoted with an ''open to the summer breeze'' yet ''snug against the wintery wind'' slogan.