Under the NASCAR Classics brand, Lionel NASCAR Collectables is planning to build groups of historic die-cast cars that are iconic to the sport. Behind each of these cars is a compelling story – like a career milestone or a memorable win - and many of these cars have never before been offered to NASCAR collectors.

Sam Ard

Action 1965 "Thomas Brothers Country Ham" Chevelle  AUTOGRAPHED w/ COA

Features opening hood and trunk. Limited edition of only 300 signed pieces.

Rusty Wallace

Action 1994 "Miller Genuine Draft" Hall of Fame Inductee

Charismatic and legendary are two words that perfectly describe 55-time race winner Rusty Wallace, who was inducted into the NASCAR Hall of Fame this year as part of the Class of 2013. In 1994, the first year that Penske Racing competed in a Ford, Wallace wheeled the car he nicknamed “Midnight” - the #2 Miller Genuine Draft Ford Thunderbird. As one of the most well-known cars in the history of NASCAR, “Midnight” will sit in the Hall of Honor. This single chassis, PSC-0009, produced a total of 18 wins during the 1993 and 1994 seasons. To this day, the car accounts for almost 20 percent of Penske South’s total Cup series wins.

Buddy Baker

Action 1976 "Norris Industries" #15 Ford

Buddy Baker drove this car to a win at Talladega in 1976. He also had 15 top five finishes and two poles.
Buddy Baker 1977 Gray Ghost Oldsmobile Cutlass
Buddy Baker

Action 1977 "NAPA" #28 "Grey Ghost"

Buddy Baker drove one of the fastest and scariest cars in NASCAR. It was called the "Gray Ghost". The reason it was given that name was  because the car would come up behind other drivers and it was hard to see because it would blend in with the track. The gray part of the car which was the hood, top and rear deck-lid blended in with the speedway. The sides of the car was black so that didn't help either. When the other drivers would look in their mirrors they wouldn't see it coming and all of a sudden, it was like an explosion when the car went by because of the speed it generated.
Dale Earnhardt 1978 Cardinal Tractor








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Dale Earnhardt

Action 1978 "Cardinal Tractor" #96 Ford Torino

It's not often that a diecast comes along that's truly historic. This one is. On May 28, 1978 at Charlotte Motor Speedway the #96 Cardinal Tractor Ford Torino became the first Ford Dale Earnhardt raced in the premier series of NASCAR. It's also the car he raced to his first top 10 finish on July 4, 1978 at Daytona's famed Firecracker 400. It's a car that has never been made in diecast form... until now. Lionel NASCAR Collectibles proudly presents the #96 Cardinal Tractor Ford Torino as part of the new NASCAR Classics line.


Also available in Color Chrome Finish.  CLEARANCE



Also available in Gun Metal Finish. Limited Edition of only 96



 

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Richard Petty STP NASCAR Diecast
Richard Petty 1986 STP Color Chrome
Color Chrome  Only 236 Made
Richard Petty

Action 1986 "STP" #6 Aero Coupe   1/24 SCALE SALE


For one race only, the 1986 Coca-Cola 600, The King Richard Petty drove this #6 "STP" Monte Carlo, owned by D.K. Ulrich.
Petty landed the ride after crashing his own car in practice; a circumstance which led NASCAR to institute the back-up car policy which remains in effect today.

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Dale Earnhardt

Action 1956 "Main Texaco" Ford


Back in 1971, Dale Earnhardt was just getting started. He was years away from being a NASCAR Champion, and it would be many wins before he’d become known as the Intimidator. But with the prodding of Earnhardt’s father Ralph, a North Carolina car owner named James Miller saw the potential in young Earnhardt and turned his 1956 Ford Victoria over to the unproven driver. It was only the second car Earnhardt ever raced. “He was a wild kid back then,” said Miller. “He didn’t win in my car, but he never did get it tore up where we couldn’t fix it.” Now Lionel NASCAR Collectables is proud to introduce – for the very first time – the diecast of the #8 1956 Ford Victoria which Earnhardt drove on the dirt tracks of the Carolinas in the GASCAR racing series. It’s a diecast that tells the story, that begins the legend, and it has never been available to collectors until now.
Dale Earnhardt

Action 1989 "Goodwrench" #3 Monte Carlo   1/24 SCALE SALE


In 1989, the Monte Carlo was the winningest make in NASCAR history with 95 wins in 153 starts.
On April 16 of that year at North Wilkesboro Speedway, Earnhardt's #3 "Goodwrench" Monte Carlo got it's last win after The Intimidator drove away from Alan Kulwicki in the final four laps. He couldn't be caught.
The victory gave Earnhardt the points lead and he would race the Monte Carlo just once more, at Martinsville the very next week.
Dale Earnhardt

Action 1989 "Goodwrench" #3 Lumina


On May 7, 1989 at Talladega, Earnhardt debuted his #3 "Goodwrench" Chevrolet Lumina after extensive testing. The new car was Chevy's first made-for-racing model since it introduced the Monte Carlo in 1983. Earnhardt went on to win four races in the Lumina that year- the first at Dover on June 4 followed by contests at Darlington, Dover again and the season finale at Atlanta Motor Speedway.
Earnhardt finished second to Rusty Wallace in the season standings
Dale Earnhardt 1989 N Wilkesboro Winner

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Dale Earnhardt

Action 1989 "Goodwrench" North Wilkesboro Race Winner



In April 1989 at North Wilkesboro Speedway, Earnhardt was in the throes of a 15 race winless drought. But the day before the First Union 400, he broke the track’s qualifying record of 117.524 mph. Driving the #3 Goodwrench Chevrolet Monte Carlo on Goodyear’s all-new radial tires, Earnhardt was beyond fast.

On race day, he led 296 laps of 400 laps. Midway through, he traded paint a few times with Rusty Wallace. As a result, both drivers were nearly black-flagged by NASCAR for “overaggressive racing.” “They (NASCAR) always get excited if I bump somebody,” said Earnhardt after the race. “Me and Rusty weren’t giving each other a hard time. We were having a fun time.”

With 10 laps to go, Earnhardt was out front. Then Alan Kulwicki made a late charge on lap 396, trying to make a pass. Kulwicki slid high into turn two and Earnhardt sailed on, garnering his first victory of the season by 2.20 seconds.
Darrell Waltrip

Action 1983 "Pepsi Challenger" Monte Carlo


This Junior Johnson owned #11 Pepsi Challenger Chevrolet was driven by Darrell Waltrip in the NASCAR Winston Cup, Winston 500 at Talladega Superspeedway on May 1, 1983. This diecast car has never been made before and is part of the NASCAR Classics line.

Tim Richmond

Action 1982 "J.D. Stacy" #2 Buick


This 1982 No. 2 J.D. Stacy Buick is the car that gave Richmond his first top-five finish on April 4, 1982. The race was the CRC Chemicals Rebel 500 at Darlington Speedway, and the result proved Richmond had what it took to hang with the big boys of NASCAR. Richmond drove to his first NASCAR Cup Series win on the road course at Riverside. Now, for the first time ever, Lionel NASCAR Collectables is proud to present the die-cast of Richmond’s 1982 No. 2 J.D. Stacy Buick.

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Rex White 1940 #X Ford

Congratulation on Rex's induction into the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Class of 2015


Autographed. Includes Certificate of Authenticity


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Ralph Earnhardt 1940 #8 Ford  Series 2  New 2012 Release Future Delivery

A native of Kannapolis, NC, Earnhardt started winning at nearby dirt tracks in the 1950's and he never looked back. In a racing career that spanned more than 20 years, Earnhardt won more than 350 NASCAR races and most importantly, the 1956 NASCAR Sportsman Championship.

This is the car that got him there and until now, it has never been offered in diecast form.

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Tim Flock 1940 #91 Ford

Tim Flock was a record setting racer.

One of the most successful racers of the 1950's, Flock still holds the record for the highest career win percentage - with 40 victories out of 189 starts. He's also the current record holder for most poles in a single championship season, with 19 poles total.

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Louise Smith 1940 #94 Ford

Louis Smith was a barnstormer. In the 40's and 50's, this "First Lady of Racing" didn't just run with the boys, she often beat them - 38 times in fact.

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