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  • Action Performance 1/24 scale
  • Diecast Body Diecast Chassis
  • Moveable hood trunk wheels
  • Serialized
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This is a 1/24 replica of David Reutimann's #00 Aaron's 2011 Toyota Camry produced by Action! Aaron's will be Reutimann's main sponsor in 2011. It comes with all of the features and details you've come to expect from Action so be sure to add this beauty to your collection today! Reutimann moved up to the Nextel Cup Series in 2007 with Waltrip Racing, carrying sponsorship from Burger King and Domino's Pizza and a Raybestos Rookie of the Year Candidate. In 2008, Reutimann ran the first five races of the season in the #00 car, before taking replacing the retiring Dale Jarrett in the #44 UPS ride and handing the #00 ride over to rookie Michael McDowell. For 2009, Reutimann moved back to the #00 Aaron's Dream Machine and became the first driver in NASCAR Sprint Cup Series history to win a race without leading a lap under green. In addition, he was the first driver to ever win with the #00 in the NASCAR Cup Series. This also entered Reutimann automatically into the 2010 NASCAR Sprint All-Star Race. He won his second career race at the 2010 LifeLock.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in the #00 TUMS Toyota, after chasing down Jeff Gordon and passing him for the lead. Reutimann would pull away and lead the rest of the race, after a late charge by Carl Edwards died off. This is known as one of NASCAR's most popular wins in recent times.

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