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1957 Pontiac Star Chief 4-Door Hardtop Carib Coral with Gray Metallic Top Limited Edition to 310 pieces Worldwide 1/43 Model Car by Goldvarg Collection

$113.99
  • Brand new 1/43 scale car model of 1957 Pontiac Star Chief 4-Door Hardtop Carib Coral with Gray Metallic Top Limited Edition to 310 pieces Worldwide model car by Goldvarg Collection.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Highly detailed interior, exterior.
  • Comes in plastic display showcase.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Dimensions approximately L-5, W-2, H-1.25 inches.
  • This model is made of resin and does not have any openings.
  • Between 1954 and 1957, the Star Chief was Pontiac's prestige model and was based on the Pontiac Chieftain. When the storyline of I Love Lucy pointed towards a Hollywood setting in the 1954-1955 season, the characters drove (in episode 110, "California Here We Come") to the West Coast in a 1955 Star Chief convertible, that in the previous episode "Lucy Learns to Drive" was "bumped together" with a 1922 Cadillac Type V-63. In 1954, Pontiac also introduced air conditioning with all the components under the hood, a first for the price range. Seat belts were added as options in 1956. The Star Chief was available in Deluxe and pricier Custom trim, with the top trim level hardtop called the Catalina.
  • Prior to the introduction of the Star Chief, all Pontiacs had shared the modest wheelbase of the Chevrolet since the beginning of Pontiac. The introduction of this new premier model in 1954 was the first application of the longer 123.5 inch (313.7 cm) wheelbase of the junior Oldsmobiles and Buicks to the Pontiac division. The car was still on the A platform, but with 11 in (28 cm) added towards the rear of the frame. Power the first year came from Pontiac's venerable straight eight engine, with the six-cylinder not available. Along with an all-new body, the straight-eight was superseded by the new V-8 power in 1955. Typical for the 1955 Pontiacs is the design with two wide "Silver Streaks" running the length of the hood. The hood ornament "Indian" was amber plastic that lit up when the headlights were turned on. Also for 1955, the new Star Chief Safari two door hardtop wagon, which was similar to Chevrolet's Bel Air Nomad, was introduced, shared with the Pontiac Chieftain. This variant lasted through 1957; after that the Safari name was used for all of the division's standard four door wagons. The Safari was introduced on January 31, 1955, over three months behind the rest of the 1955s.The Safari was not quite part of the Star Chief line, as it sat on the shorter Chieftain 122 in (3,100 mm) wheelbase. It was officially part of the "27 series", whereas the longer Star Chief received the "28 series" designation. In January 1957, some time after the rest of the new models, the four-door "Custom Safari Transcontinental" was introduced. For 1956 the design was lightly revised, with heavier looking bumpers and a vertical slash on the front door above the swage line. In 1957, the high performance Star Chief Custom Bonneville was introduced as part of its divisional head's push to raise the marque out of the doldrums. The silver streaks running down the hood were dropped for the new "Star Flight" design. All gauges were placed in an oval on the dash and the side trim had a missile-shaped spear behind the front door.

1961 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop Richmond Gray Metallic with Red Interior “American Muscle 30th Anniversary” (1991-2021) 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Autoworld

$124.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1961 Pontiac Catalina Hardtop Richmond Gray Metallic with Red Interior "American Muscle 30th Anniversary" (1991-2021) die cast model car by Autoworld.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Carpeted interior.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Opening hood, doors and trunk.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-11.75, W-4.25, H-3.25 inches.
  • The Catalina moniker first appeared on the 1950 Chieftain Eight and DeLuxe Eight models. It wasn't until 1959 that it became a standalone mark for "entry-level" full-size Pontiac vehicles. By 1961, the Catalina was restyled and redesigned, including an all-new Torque-Box perimeter frame that replaced the "X" frame chassis used since 1958. Roof lines were more squared, panels were flatter, and the split front grill made its return. Engine options for 1961 included several variations of the 389ci V8. Standard was the 2bbl 3-speed making 215hp, or 267hp with the optional Hydramatic, or a 230hp "economy" automatic. Entering performance territory was the 389ci 4bbl with 333hp, or also a 348hp Tri-Power option with higher compression. Offered to drag racers was the 363hp variation. However, the top dog was the very rare, dealer-installed 421ci Super Duty made available near the end of 1961.

1964 Pontiac GTO Silvermist Grey with Gloss Black Roof 1/24 Diecast Model Car by Autoworld

$68.99
  • Brand new 1_24 scale diecast model car of 1964 Pontiac GTO Silvermist Grey with Gloss Black Roof die cast model car by Autoworld.
  • Brand new box.
  • Rubber tires.
  • Detailed engine.
  • Has opening hood.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Highly accurate styling.
  • Detailed interior, exterior.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Dimensions approximately L-8,W-3,H-2.5 inches.
  • The first Pontiac GTO was a automotive trendsetter, spurring all four auto companies to offer competing models, and feeding the growing muscle car mania just starting to grip the U.S. The first GTO, released in 1964, was an optional package for the Pontiac Tempest. This twodoor coupe had chromed air cleaners, an optional 389 Tri-Power V8 with chromed valve covers, a larger sway bar, wider wheels, and the iconic GTO badges. Auto World proudly presents this 1_24 scale die-cast replica of the 1964 Pontiac GTO in Silvermist Grey with red interior, optional Tri-Power V8 and custom wheels, This car highlights the first model of what would become an exciting and legendary muscle car in automotive history.

1968 Pontiac Royal Bobcat GTO Meridian Turquoise and White with White Interior “Hemmings Muscle Machines” Magazine Cover Car (March 2020) 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Auto World

$123.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1968 Pontiac Royal Bobcat GTO Meridian Turquoise and White with White Interior "Hemmings Muscle Machines" Magazine Cover Car (March 2020) die cast model car by Auto World.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Opening hood and doors.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-11, W-4, H-3 inches.
  • Purists turn their nose at mixing and matching of Pontiac history, but Paul Menin of Ashely Falls, Massachusetts did just that and saved his 1968 Pontiac GTO from becoming parts-car status. He found it in a Quonset hut in Thomaston, Connecticut. When he ordered up the car’s documentation from the Pontiac Historic Services, he realized this was a desirable car in a rare color, Meridian Turquoise. On the exterior, you’ll notice extra graphics that call out the Royal Bobcat performance kit. At one time, this car had the complete Royal Bobcat performance treatment which was produced and sold to enthusiasts nationwide. Over time, those pieces had been removed. To reconstruct this ‘68, Paul utilized all the sources for NOS parts that existed in the 1990s, plus, he added the Royal Bobcat parts from his own collection. Among those parts were new fenders, quarter panels, a front bumper, trunk lid, and the front valence. In addition, he added a reclining seat, 8-track player, AM/FM radio, power steering, power brakes, tilt steering, and Hurst five-spoke mag wheels. Paul also installed a 1971-vintage 400 short-block. To top it off, he added the correct 1968-vintage parts to form the Ram Air II equipment the car features today.

1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Green American Muscle 20th Anniversary Edition 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Autoworld

$114.99
  • Brand new 1_18 scale diecast model car of 1969 Pontiac GTO Judge Green American Muscle 20th Anniversary Edition die cast car model by Autoworld.
  • Limited Edition 1 of 1000 Produced Worldwide.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Brand new box.
  • Rubber tires.
  • Has opening hood and doors.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-10, W-4, H-3.5 inches.

1969 Pontiac Royal Bobcat Grand Prix Model J Matador Red with White Top and Red Interior 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Auto World

$123.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1969 Pontiac Royal Bobcat Grand Prix Model J Matador Red with White Top and Red Interior die cast model car by Auto World.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Has opening hood, doors and trunk.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-11.25, W-4.25, H-3 inches.
  • The Pontiac Grand Prix entered its second generation with an all-new redesign for 1969. It wasn’t just a refresh of the 1968s, it was a complete ground-up rework of the giant muscle-yacht. It was a purpose-built car as envisioned by John Deloreon, the general manager of GM’s Pontiac Motor Division of the time. Deloreon wanted to capture the entire experience of old luxury marques like Duesenberg, Cadillac, and Packard of the 1930s. Monikers like J and SJ, properly befit the Grand Prix name. Royal Pontiac, of Royal Oak, MI was already well known to enthusiastically dabble in the domain of Pontiac performance. The Grand Prix was no exception, despite its massive size. With a hood-mounded tachometer, Royal optioned these 4000lb cars with the 428 H.O. 4bbl engine rated at 390hp. They spun the same camshaft as the Ram Air III engine in the GTO with compression of 10.75:1. It was a formidable machine on the street but didn’t look the part. Many muscle cars that dared to challenge were only viewed in the Grand Prix’s rear view. Only 12 of these Matador Red Royal Bobcat Grand Prix models were ever built in 1969.

1971 Pontiac Firebird T/A Trans Am Cameo White with Blue Stripes “Class of 1971” “American Muscle 30th Anniversary” (1991-2021) 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Autoworld

$123.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1971 Pontiac Firebird T/A Trans Am Cameo White with Blue Stripes "Class of 1971" "American Muscle 30th Anniversary" (1991-2021) die cast model car by Autoworld.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Has opening hood and doors.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-10.75, W-4.25, H-2.75 inches.
  • Completely redesigned for 1970 with drastic styling changes, the Pontiac Firebird made a huge splash in GM's muscle car lineup. Improved aerodynamics, voluptuous body panels, a low-sloping fastback and a functional shaker hood were just some of the major changes. New for 1971 were the optional honeycomb wheels. However, the biggest head-turner for 1971 was designated by a few unassuming letters and numbers on the shaker hood—"455 HO". 1971 was the first year the 335hp, round-port 455ci HO engine was available in the T/A. The 1971 455 HO engines used a heavy duty 4 bolt main block, round port cylinder heads (casting #197; with 8.4:1 compression), "Ram Air" style exhaust manifolds, and a two-part aluminum intake manifold. It bumped the torque to 480 lb-ft at 3600 rpm with 0-60mph around 5.9s. Only 2,116 units of the T/A were ever produced in 1971, making it one of the most desirable collector cars ever.

1977 Pontiac Firebird T/A Trans Am Starlite Black with Golden Eagle Hood Bird 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Greenlight

$83.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1977 Pontiac Firebird T/A Trans Am Starlite Black with Golden Eagle Hood Bird die cast model car by Greenlight.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • Has opening doors.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Authentic decoration.
  • Detailed interior, exterior.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Made of diecast with some plastic parts.
  • Dimensions approximately L-10.5, W-4.5, H-2.75 inches.

1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Red with Bird Graphic on Hood “Fire-Am” 1/18 Diecast Model Car by Greenlight

$78.99
  • Brand new 1/18 scale diecast car model of 1979 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am Red with Bird Graphic on Hood "Fire-Am" die cast model car by Greenlight.
  • Limited edition.
  • Brand new box.
  • Real rubber tires.
  • True-to-scale detail.
  • Has steerable wheels.
  • Officially licensed product.
  • Has opening hood and doors.
  • Manufacturer's original unopened packaging.
  • Made of diecast metal with some plastic parts.
  • Detailed interior, exterior, engine compartment.
  • Dimensions approximately L-10.5, W-4.25, H-2.75 inches.