Rev your engines and buckle up, GreenLight laps the Globe with 1:64 Motor World Series 4

Diecast, Greenlight Collectibles, News on January 20th, 2011 No Comments

New Greenlight SeriesIndianapolis, IN (January 19, 2011) Need a vacation? Take a trip with GreenLight as we travel the world with the successful series, 1:64 Motor World.  First released in the summer of 2009, GreenLight was looking to offer a toy product line to complement their assortment of high-end collectibles. Behold! Motor World was created to fulfill this division of the die cast industry.

Two years and four series later 1:64 Motor World is still as hot and fresh as ever, featuring vehicles from global car manufacturers headquartered in the United States, Japan and in several European nations.  Well known domestic brands such as Ford and Chevrolet are paired with some of the most popular global car brands such as Volkswagen, Lamborghini and Porsche, creating an eclectic mix appealing to die-cast collectors from every corner of the globe.

1:64 Motor World Series 4 is sectioned into three different sub-series- Classics, All-American, and Speed.  Segmenting this large 12 car series into smaller groups allows collectors to acquire miniature sets and as the most economical product offered by GreenLight, collecting all twelve is absolutely achievable.

1:64th Motor World Series 4 includes the following twelve vehicles:

  • Classics – Volkswagen Samba Bus
  • Classics – Mini Cooper
  • Classics – Mercedes Sprinter Van
  • Classics – Volkswagen Beetle
  • Classics – Volkswagen VW30
  • All American – 1956 Ford F-150
  • All American – 1969 Camaro Convertible SS
  • All American – 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air
  • Speed – Volkswagen RSi
  • Speed – 1958 Porsche 356A
  • Speed – 2003 Dodge Viper SRT/10
  • Speed – Lamborghini Gallardo

Quantities are limited to 2,250 units of each car and will be available at Toys ‘R’ Us and Meijer throughout the United States and through GreenLight Hobby Distributors/Wholesalers and Online Dealers around the world beginning in February 2011.

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