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RSC Collectibles 1/24 Mike Fons 1968 Pro Stock Camaro

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  • RSC Collectibles 1/24 scale
  • Diecast Body Diecast Chassis
  • Moveable hood wheels
  • 1 of 750
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RSC Collectibles served the Nostalgia Drag Racing community for over 10 years, producing 1/24th scale cars from the ?Good Ole Days? of drag racing. RSC was well respected by collectors for creating very nicely detailed miniatures, and especially for several variations that had not been produced by other manufacturers. Unfortunately, as a result of the slow economic recovery having an effect on the collectibles market, RSC was forced to closed their doors on June 10th, 2011, and sell off their remaining inventory. This particular car is one that we purchased directly from them. It is in brand-new condition and has not been previously owned or displayed by any other collector. Once these beauties are gone, they are gone for good! This is a 1/24 Mike Fons 1968 Pro Stock Camaro produced by RSC Collectibles! It was produced in a limited run of only 750 pieces and includes features such as a detailed engine compartment, removable hood with real hood pins, cloth seatbelts with photo-etch buckles, steerable front wheels, and MUCH MORE! Mike Fons is a two-time World Champion, Modified Eliminator in 1969 and Pro Stock in 1971, racing under the banner of the Rod Shop team. As a member of the "Detroit Rat Pack" he naturally used a Dick Arons built engine for Pro Stock and match racing. Although he didn't win another championship, he was very competitive in both categories and was inducted in the Michigan Motorsports Hall of Fame in 2006.

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Shipping Weight 1.6 pounds
Best Sellers Rank #2,455,206 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
#20,647 in Toys & Games > Hobbies > Models & Model Kits > Pre-Built & Diecast Models > Vehicles
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By Dragula on October 17, 2011
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I bought the whole set of these cars. When I got them the first one I opened was the Mopar Missle duster and was very disappointed in the quality for the price paid. It was a $15 car best. I was upset I just spent alot of money on low quality cars. THEN I opened the MIMI car and was VERY impressed by the quality. It was night and day. As I went along and opened the rest, The Sox and Martin was the same quality as the Mopar missle but being it was Sox and Martin and I have every Sox and Martin car made cause they're my favorites along with Grumpy Jenkins. I thought well not as upset with the price but it seems the Camaro's in this set are pretty good. I mean not franklin or danbury mint quality but then again they only cost me $39 not $125+ I probably at this point wouldn't give up the Mopar Missle just cause it makes the complete set. I did not open this particular car as I am sure it is the same quality as the other Camaros and the packaging was all still in tact on that one and I bought the others to display and just decided to get the whole set as some were limited to 750 and the company is no longer in existance and they are great quality as well as the limit of 750. This car is one of those 750 cars. The Mimi car I opened cause it didn't have the original packaging in tact. And I like the looks of it so much I had to display that one.
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