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01-12-2013, 10:56 PM
Please contact Bill Gibson aka Christine Movie Car .
Use this http://onlinestore.christinemoviecar.com/

Christine 1958 Plymouth Fury 1:18 Scale Die-Cast $85.91


NEW! Christine LIMITED EDITION 1958 Plymouth Fury 1:18 Scale Die-Cast! Only 3000 Manufactured! Get Your's While they Last!!!

01-12-2013, 10:57 PM
Christine 1958 Plymouth Fury 1:18 Scale Die-Cast $85.91

1958 Plymouth Fury from the Movie Christine, Based on Steven King's Best Seller


• Limited edition 1:18 scale die-cast
• Red body and red interior
• Dark Tinted Windows
• Working Headlights
• Chrome Hub Caps with White Wall tires
• Golden Commando 350 V8 engine with two 4-barrel carbs boasting 305hp and 370 ft/lbs of torque matched with a three-speed push-button torqueflite transmission.
• Includes 3 – L1154H batteries

Upgraded features:

• Front and rear license plates are now screen accurate.
• Under hood details are more screen accurate including engine block coloring, brake booster and fluid reservoir tank
• Major screen accurate interior improvements include dash coloring, rear-view mirror, rear package tray, carpet, and door panel coloring.
• Trunk coloring has been corrected to be more authentic to the real car.
• Exterior trim, grille, and headlights have been corrected to a more authentic finish.

**Special Bonus!!! A Darnell's shop rag will be included with your order of your Die-cast car!

If so desired Christine and I will personally Autograph the box or an index card to be shipped with the box with Christine's blood (Transmission fluid) just like the tire-graphs . (Please leave detailed instructions on where and what to sign when placing the order)

*International Buyers: Please contact us prior to ordering for shipping rates.

01-12-2013, 11:56 PM
Are these the re-issued models mate?

01-14-2013, 02:41 AM
From what I read they are reissue's of the RC ERTL car but a little better and they have plastic model kits like the AMT 1958 Belvedere made as Christine.

Christine Movie Car
01-16-2013, 05:35 AM
Hey Lee :0) Yes, Ertl/Joyride is out of business and Autoworld picked up the rights. It costs a lot more but they made a lot of changes to the car itself under the hood (included a QS sticker on the tank) and the interior looks a lot better and closer to the actual car . There a few things still off , but overall a Huge improvement from the first edition !!!!!!







01-16-2013, 11:02 AM
Looks much better than the ERTL original.

01-16-2013, 11:23 AM
Looks much better than the ERTL original.

Agreed mate..


Thanks Bill for taking the time to post up close Photo's of the Model..

Imperial King
01-16-2013, 08:03 PM
But is it made in China?

01-16-2013, 11:27 PM
Thanks Bill.

Judging by the present prices of old Etrl ones online, those look like a wise investment.

Christine Movie Car
01-22-2013, 12:19 AM
Yeah, Unfortunately still made in china like the old ones :0( These look to be a little better quality then the last run of Joy Rides that they came up with.

02-04-2014, 10:29 AM
One Cristine is on her way from Germany to may home in Belgrade.This month is my birthday and I convince my wife to buy me one.
The Auto World have a great models.I have General Lee car from that company and it is very detailed.
All models are produced now in China.Different classes making prices and also if some company want to save a brand,they producing their models in China but the prices are very high.Now you can find in China even a hand made models with enormous prices.
For example,I bought Porsche 911 1:43 scale in museum in Stuttgart,Germany...i paid very big price and when I went home and open,I saw it was made in China.Very detailed,expensive but....I also hate when I see China produced.

billy whizz
02-04-2014, 12:14 PM
Marko, some Chinese factorys make pretty good stuff these days. I suppose we have to get the models we want from whoever bothers to make them.

20-30 years ago italian models were among the best....now they are no better than stuff from many other countries. Yat Ming are one of the better makers now.

Franklin Mint make beautiful American cars in 1:43 scale. They are made in America, (or UK??), and Brooklin Models are fantastic, but expensive.