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Jada toys to produce ZR1

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At the prestigious Detroit Auto Show on December 21, 2007 Chevrolet officially announced the 2009 Corvette ZR1 - an American supercar that brings the technology and engineering refinement of carbon-fiber, ceramics and electronics together in a distinctive design. The ZR1 is instantly recognizable, with perhaps the most identifiable feature a raised, all-carbon-fiber hood that incorporates a clear, polycarbonate window. The window provides a view of the top of the engine's intercooler, with the legend "LS9 SUPERCHARGED" embossed on the left and right sides, and an engine cover with the Corvette crossed flags logo debossed at the front.

Jada Toys, makers of popular diecast and r/c model cars in multiple scales, has announced their exclusive license to produce the '09 Chevy Corvette ZR1. The American Modern Muscle assortment from Jada includes this American icon, 2009 Chevy Corvette ZR1. The ZR1 is available in all diecast scales and radio control assortments. Check with your favorite diecast model car dealer for availability and pricing!

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I'm hoping Revell does one as a 1:25th scale plastic kit. They've done the regular C6 coupe and convertible, the Z06, and C6-R in kits so far...

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Trying to figure out how its an exclusive license when Hot Wheels already has one out?

:blink:

Must be exclusive for a scale other than 1:64.

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I have collected hundreds, actaully THOUSANDS of "toy",

model/kit/display cars in sizes ranging from 1:64 to 1:12

about 300 of them being 1:18 scale and about 75% of

the rest being 1:64s... new cars never grab my attention,

although of course I have the G5 Camaro in every color

& variety they have made so far, but when a new casting

is made of some '50s or '60s car I'm giddy like a school

girl with candy in her pocket.

NOTE to self:

write to HW AGAIN to have them issue a '59 Buick of some

sort/size... SOMETHING '59 Buick... and also '62 Skylark.

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