DALE EARNHARDT SR 1989 PINK IROC CAMARO 1/24 ACTION When the International Race of Champions Series began its 13th season in 1989, Dale Earnhardt was only in his fifith year of competition on the invitational circuit. He also was waiting to collect his first IROC victory. By race Three of the IROC XIII season, held at Michigan Speedway on August 5, 1989, no one was emerging as a clear-cut favorite to win the championship. Earnhardt drew a pink Chevrolet Camaro for the race a proceeded to vie for the winners circle. Starting from the 10th spot, the Intimidator would put his pink car in front three different times during the race, leading a total of nine laps. However, he still could not catch Terry Labonte, who would win the race and vault into the lead in the championship standings. Eventually, Labonte would win the 1989 IROC championship with Earnhardt finishing fourth in the standings.
These cars will come individually numbered with their own DIN, a brand new feature for 2006 pieces. You will be able to register these cars on
Action's website and receive your own certificate of title for this piece.
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 and roof flaps open (when accurate to the car); 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.