1:18th Scale 1968 Super Stock Barracuda's
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    1:18th Scale 1968 Super Stock Barracuda's

    My friends Jim Thoren and Scott Dahlberg at Supercar Collectibles have just released 4 new 1968 Super Stock Barracuda fastback's that I'd like to share with you.

    I personally didn't purchase any of these cars, but they are all Supercar Collectibles Limited Editions and as all of the previous models done by Jim and Scott, these look to be extremely nice models! thmsup

    Richard

    Supercar Collectibles Ltd.
    11760 Justen Circle
    Unit E
    Maple Grove, MN 55369 USA

    Phone: (763) 425-6020

    Hours:
    Monday to Thursday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
    Fridays: 10:00am - 1:00pm

    Web site home page link:
    http://www.supercar1.com/index.php


    Owners / Sales:
    Jim Thoren
    Scott Dahlberg


    1968 Hemi S/Stock Barracuda (SC Limited) Bill Stiles.
    Manufacture: Die Cast Promotions / Hwy 61
    Quantity produced: 626
    Model Stock #: 50924
    In Stock
    Price: $99.95

    Supercar Collectibles page link for this model:
    http://www.supercar1.com/catalog/ind...oducts_id=6563

    Features on this model include:

    (01) Lift off hood.
    (02) Plumbed & wired 426 Hemi cross-ram motor.
    (03) Open headers.
    (04) Real metal brake lines up to the master cylinder.
    (05)
    Correct style hinges for the opening doors and opening trunk
    (06) Trunk mounted battery.
    (07) Detailed front and rear suspensions and rotating driveshaft.
    (08) Brand new larger sized rear slicks (new mold)
    (09) Detailed interior with real cloth seat belts.
    (10) Accurate race day decals.








    1968 Hemi A/MP Barracuda (SC Limited) Billy the Kid.
    Manufacture: Die Cast Promotions / Hwy 61
    Quantity produced: 626
    Model Stock #: 50925
    In Stock
    Price: $99.95

    Supercar Collectibles page link for this model:
    http://www.supercar1.com/catalog/ind...oducts_id=6564

    Features on this model include:

    (01) Lift off hood.
    (02) Plumbed & wired 426 Hemi motor.
    (03) Open headers.
    (04) Real metal brake lines up to the master cylinder.
    (05)
    Correct style hinges for the opening doors and opening trunk
    (06) Trunk mounted battery.
    (07) Detailed front and rear suspensions and rotating driveshaft.
    (0 Brand new larger sized rear slicks (new mold).
    (09) Keystone mag wheels.
    (10) Detailed interior with real cloth seat belts.
    (11) Accurate race day decals that include real gold foil lettering.







    1968 Hemi S/Stock Barracuda (SC Limited) Don Grotheer.
    Quantity produced: 626
    Model Stock #: 50926
    In Stock
    Price: $99.95

    Supercar Collectibles page link for this model:
    http://www.supercar1.com/catalog/ind...oducts_id=6565

    Features on this model include:

    (01) Lift off hood.
    (02) Plumbed & wired 426 Hemi
    cross-ram motor.
    (03) Open headers.
    (04) Real metal brake lines up to the master cylinder.
    (05)
    Correct style hinges for the opening doors and opening trunk
    (06) Trunk mounted battery.
    (07) Detailed front and rear suspensions and rotating driveshaft.
    (0 Brand new larger sized rear slicks (new mold).
    (09) Keystone mag wheels.
    (10) Detailed interior with real cloth seat belts.
    (11) Accurate race day decals that include real gold foil lettering.










    1968 Hemi S/Stock Barracuda (SC Limited) Ed Miller.
    Quantity produced: 626
    Model Stock #: 50927
    In Stock
    Price: $99.95

    Supercar Collectibles page link for this model:
    http://www.supercar1.com/catalog/ind...oducts_id=6566

    Features on this model include:

    (01) Lift off hood.
    (02) Plumbed & wired 426 Hemi
    cross-ram motor.
    (03) Open headers.
    (04) Real metal brake lines up to the master cylinder.
    (05)
    Correct style hinges for the opening doors and opening trunk
    (06) Trunk mounted battery.
    (07) Detailed front and rear suspensions and rotating driveshaft.
    (0 Brand new larger sized rear slicks (new mold).
    (09) Keystone mag wheels.
    (10) Detailed interior with real cloth seat belts.
    (11) Accurate race day decals that include real gold foil lettering.









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    hmmm. this reminds me, I used to be on the mailing list for the new releases. I was buying most of the ss abodies. funny, I forgot all about that. has to be at least 6 years since I bought one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdart View Post
    hmmm. this reminds me, I used to be on the mailing list for the new releases. I was buying most of the ss abodies. funny, I forgot all about that. has to be at least 6 years since I bought one.
    There has been LOTS of changes in the diecast hobby in the past six years, so you have some catching up to do! A couple of these 68 Barracuda's would be a great place to start!

    Richard

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    however long ago it was, they were quite a bit cheaper then.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdart View Post
    however long ago it was, they were quite a bit cheaper then.
    Agreed, but diecast models are just like everything else that we purchase that have also seen increases in prices.

    There is also a BIG difference in quality and detailing between these Highway 61 Barracuda's and the old Ertl models that we use to purchase for $20.00.

    Richard

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    I never bought the 20$ ones. went from toystore 1/64 to just buying 1/18 from supercar. its your fault, for posting all that cool stuff in the first place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamesdart View Post
    I never bought the 20$ ones. went from toystore 1/64 to just buying 1/18 from supercar. its your fault, for posting all that cool stuff in the first place.
    Yep, I'm a HUGE fan of Supercar Collectibles and have been purchasing most all of my 1/18th scale diecast models from Jim and Scott for many years now.

    They are one of the major driving forces in the diecast hobby for bringing us collectors very specialized models such as these 68 Barracuda's and the equally awesome 1965 Dodge Coronet and Plymouth Belvedere AWB cars just to name a couple of many that they've offered us over the years!

    I realise that most of the folks here on the B.B.D. might not be as interested in these B-Body AWB cars, but here's one of the 65 Coronet's and one of the 65 Belvedere's just to show how extremely nice they are. I'm going to do a separate thread on these cars soon.

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