BILL ELLIOTT COOR'S RETRO BUD SHOOTOUT 1/24 ACTION
On February 12th, 2005 at the Bud Shootout, driver Bill Elliott will be racing the #39 Coors Retro car. Elliott first raced in this paint scheme in 1985, which is the year that Bill was given the name "Million Dollar Bill", won the first No Bull prize money, and set the record for the fastest speed at Talladega. This will also be the first time in 5 years that Bill will drive a car with an engine built by his brother, Ernie. Commemorate Elliott's numerous successes that year with the 2005 Coors Retro car.
New Features for cars in 2005 include opening roof flaps and passenger side spark panel detail.
This diecast car is precision-engineered by Action Performance, the definitive brand in NASCAR collectibles. It's body and chassis are all-diecast; hood and deck lid; features superior quality tampo-graphics; exhaust openings; aero-designed wheels; manufacturer-specific engine detail; intricate fuel compartment; premium quality paint; disc brake assembly; and lots more! Dimensions on this car are 8 3/4” x 3 1/8” x 2” inches and it is attractively packaged in it's uniquely designed box. As always, car will arrive in mint condition.
In stock & ready to ship.