Hollywood Die-Cast. Within this website you will find the most
definitive gallery of die-cast toys based on cars and vehicles from TV and
movies. The focus of this website is
1:64 scale, though there are some exceptions. My
collection is NOT for sale. The site is meant to be purely informational for
collectors like myself.
- "Unleash the Beast."
As Furious 7 shatters box office
records and climbs the list of highest-grossing movies EVER, I walked into
my local Target store to find several vehicles from the movie. I settled on
these two cars made by Jada. Above, left, is the off-road version of Dom's
'70 Dodge Charger R/T. Pictured above, right, is Brian's Nissan GT-R. Made
of die-cast metal, the cars seem to be slightly larger than 1:43 scale.
Possibly 1:32 scale? Shockingly, the retail price of each car is $6.99. I'm
glad I'm able to add a couple of vehicles from this blockbuster to my
- "I owe you a ten-second car."
A few days ago I read an online article
that said Mecum Auctions will be auctioning off the 1993 Toyota Supra
featured in The Fast and The Furious. I wondered if it was the same car that
currently resides here in Southeastern Michigan and after a quick text I
found out that, yes, it is the same car! I asked if I could come see it
before it gets sold to the highest bidder. It was a genuine thrill and an
honor to see this car up close and personal. It was built for the movie by
Eddie Paul in El Segundo, CA, and it was actually driven by the late star of
the franchise, Paul Walker. It's estimated the car will fetch between
$100,000 and $200,000. The auction will take place May 12-17 at the Indiana
- "This time it ain't just about being fast."
Apparently, the latest Hot Wheels
Fast & Furious 8-car set is hitting Walmart stores in decent quantities
because prices have dropped significantly on eBay. I picked up this set of 8
for $20 (free shipping) online. This set includes cars from 2 Fast 2
Furious, Tokyo Drift, Fast & Furious, Fast Five, and Fast & Furious 6.
My favorite of this set is the Buick Grand National from Fast & Furious,
since it has never been officially produced in die-cast form. I'm going to
hit the Walmart stores in my area this weekend to see if I can find a few
- GL Hollywood Film Reels - Take 2
While visiting Toys R Us today I
discovered two new sets from GreenLight's Hollywood Film Reels series.
Pictured above, left, is the Gone in 60 Seconds 4-car set. Curiously,
the set is made up of two cars from the original film, and two cars from the
2000 remake. Pictured above, right, is the 4-car set from Supernatural.
To my horror, every Gone in 60 Seconds film canister had been opened.
I assume someone was searching for Green Machines. Luckily, the set I
purchased contained all four cars. At a retail price of $24.99, the sets are
a little pricey, considering they mostly contain fairly obscure cars.
Leo Carrillo State Beach, CA, where several
famous movie scenes were filmed.
Hooray for Hollywood!
25 years after I spent a year living in
California I decided to celebrate the anniversary by spending a week in the
Los Angeles area. It was my 5th trip since moving back to Michigan in 1990,
but this one was pretty special. Here are some of the highlights:
My first full day in California was Friday, April
3rd. I decided to schedule a visit to Paramount Studios. I've been there
before and I've always had a great experience. This time was no
exception. I spotted two movie cars: the 1970 Chevy Chevelle from
Jack Reacher, and the 1962
DeVille from Dreamgirls. I also
saw a life-size promotional Bumblebee, and Optimus Prime's head from
Transformers 4. Oh yeah, and I happen to bump into Keegan-Michael
Key from Key & Peele. How cool is THAT?
Also on Friday, I tracked down the house used on the
Comedy Central series Workaholics. My nephew introduced me to the
show and now I'm hooked. The house is located at
15020 Hamlin in Los Angeles. By sheer
coincidence, I got to meet star Adam DeVine during an appearance at the
Hollywood Improv a few days later. What an incredibly funny and super
On Saturday, April 4th, I took in a matinee showing
of Furious 7 at TCL (Grauman's) Chinese Theatre. It was a pretty
emotional experience. After wiping away the tears, I took a long drive
to the scene of Paul Walker's fatal accident in Santa Clarita. Located
on Hercules St. near Kelly Johnson Parkway, the site has become a moving
memorial for the Fast & Furious star. Messages are inscribed
along the curb, and rosaries and crosses hang from a nearby tree. The
tree that the Porsche struck is no longer there, so visitors leave
tokens of affection on the remaining stump.
||As some of you may know, I enjoy tracking down famous
locations from television and film. On Monday, April 6th, I visited
Venice Beach and decided to try to locate the area shown during the
opening credits of Three's Company. Using some detective work, I
spotted some key features to positively identify a stretch of the Venice
Boardwalk near Paloma Ave. The management of a small hotel gave me
access to the rooftop to take a photo from high above the beach. As you
can see in the photos, everything matches perfectly, except the trees
have grown pretty tall in almost 40 years since the show premiered.
Just a short drive from the beach is Venice High
School, featured prominently in the 1978 movie Grease. Luckily, I
discovered an open gate that gave me access to the football field where
many scenes were filmed, including the T-Birds singing Summer Nights
in the bleachers, and the track scenes. As you can see in the photos,
the dirt track hasn't changed much since the movie was filmed there!
Later that same day, I drove to the Los Angeles River
the "Thunder Road" race was filmed. The race
starts under the 6th St. Bridge, passes the 4th St. Bridge to the 1st
St. Bridge, where the cars turn around and race back. I took photos from
the 4th St. Bridge, looking toward 6th St. in the top, left photo, and
looking toward 1st St. in the bottom, left photo.
On a rainy Tuesday, I decided to visit Barris Kustoms
where I had a nice chat with the legendary George Barris. Scroll down
for more details about my visit...
Later that same day, my friend Jason gave me the
address to the home featured in the Fast & Furious franchise.
SPOILER ALERT: Thankfully it's still standing, despite the events
depicted in Furious 7.
It's located at 722 N. East Kensington in the
Echo Park area of L.A.
On Wednesday, I got to sit in the front row for a
taping of Late Night with Conan O'Brien with my friend Miranda.
Conan's main guest was Kristen Stewart (of the Twilight movies)
and his musical guest was Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. I had an
In 2011 I visited several locations from
Back to the Future, but I was always denied access to the gymnasium
where the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance was filmed. On Thursday, I
managed to weasel my way inside the gym located at the Hollywood United
Methodist Church on Highland north of Hollywood Blvd. I can FINALLY
cross that off my bucket list!
|On Friday, I visited the Hollywood Museum for the first
time. Located on Highland, south of Hollywood Blvd., the museum blew me
away. There were four floors of props from television and film,
including Pee Wee Herman's bike (left), Indiana Jones hat and whip, and
several Hollywood cars. Next time you're in Hollywood, pay a visit to
|On my last full day in Los Angeles, Saturday, I spent
the day in Malibu. It was at the Leo Carrillo State Beach where scenes
from the original The Karate Kid were filmed. The identifying
landmark was the bumpy hill in the background. The wooden posts are no
longer there. To replicate the shot of Mr. Miyagi, I had to move to the
southern part of the beach, where I accidentally discovered ANOTHER
famous movie location...
|The rocky area at the southern end of Leo Carrillo State
Beach looked familiar to me, so I pulled out my phone and Googled
Grease. And sure enough, I discovered the location where they
filmed the beach scenes at the beginning of Grease. Pretty cool!
I also recently learned that the final scenes in Furious 7 were
filmed here, as well.
I hope you enjoyed my look back at my Hollywood vacation. Oh yeah, one
more thing, I got to wave at Will Ferrell, who was filming an episode of
Drunk History. He waved back. I was happy!
- GL Hollywood Film Reels
GreenLight has come up with a brilliant
method of repackaging previous releases, while including a new casting
or two. While visiting Los Angeles, I finally found GreenLight's two 4-car
sets packaged in film canisters. The Blues Brothers set contains more
of the same, two versions of the Bluesmobile and two police cars. The
Smokey & The Bandit set contains the Pontiac Trans-Am from both I and
II, a police car, and an obscure green 1970 Ford Bronco that ran
interference for Bandit in the first film. Each canister retails for
- My Visit to Barris Kustoms
While visiting Los Angeles, I decided to
pay a visit to George Barris on a rainy Tuesday. (My third visit in ten
years.) George was at the shop and could not have been more friendly. He
stopped what he was doing to chat about a wide variety of topics, from the
auction of the #1 Batmobile to his plans to see Furious 7. He allowed
me to roam around the shop taking photos. There were only a few Hollywood
cars on display, including a Munsters Koach replica, and a 1966 Batmobile
replica. George was kind enough to pose for a photo with me near the
Batmobile (above, left.) Before leaving, I purchased a Hot Wheels 1:24 scale
Batmobile with George's signature on the right fin. It was great to see
- Furious 7: My Review
Furious 7 arrived in theaters
while I was vacation in Los Angeles, so I decided to take in a matinee in
Laser IMAX at TCL (Grauman's) Chinese Theatre on Saturday. Knowing that we
lost Paul Walker prior to the completion of filming this installment made it
a fairly emotional experience for those of us who have been fans of the
franchise since the very first movie in 2001. The new movie delivers on all
levels, offering all the things we have come to expect from this franchise:
candy color cars, beautiful women in short-shorts, insane physics-defying
action and stunts that, at times, had the audience howling with laughter,
and a cast that reflects every possible shade of human skin tones. When
you throw in a knock-down-drag-out fight scene between Vin Diesel and Jason
Statham, well, the movie doesn't disappoint.
But what makes this film
different than all of those installments that have come before it is the
presence of Paul Walker on the screen. Like The Crow or The
Dark Knight, there's something eerie and sad about a movie featuring an
actor that passed away before the movie's release. There's a moment that
takes place between Paul Walker's Brian and Jordana Brewster's Mia, in which
Brian urges Mia to mentally prepare for the possibility that he might not
survive this mission, and that's when my eyes started to tear up, knowing
that this movie was, is, Paul Walker's final mission. Of course, all
the silly, high-flying action takes your mind off the sadness you're
feeling, but eventually we get to the end of the film, and I applaud the
filmmakers for their classy, beautiful, sad, and respectful tribute to Paul
Walker. There wasn't a dry eye in the theatre.
Oddly, unlike the previous
films, there was no mid-credits sneak peek of the next installment.
Although Vin Diesel has hinted that the next film may be set in New York, it
won't be the same without Paul, but you better believe I'll be sitting in
the theater on opening weekend for #8.
After walking out of the theater with tears in my eyes, I
decided to pay my respect at the Paul Walker crash site. When I pulled up,
there were several people standing along the curb (above, left.) The tree
that the Porsche struck is no longer there. Instead, the stump has
become a memorial where visitors can leave flowers and momentos. Visitors
have also written messages on the curb along the road. Hanging in a nearby
tree were rosaries and crosses. It was a beautiful tribute. Later, I also
visited the Los Angeles home featured in the Fast & Furious movies,
located at 722 East Kensington Road, Echo Park, Los
- "You sunk my Battleship!"
Here's the latest addition to my
Eaglemoss 1:43 scale Bat-Vehicle collection. The Bat Boat from 1995's
Batman Forever arrived at my local comic shop. This is the 19th piece in
my collection, which features vehicles primarily from television and film,
with a few exceptions. I absolutely love this line and I'm looking forward
to adding a few more in the near future.
- Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment Checklist
I decided to sit down and create a page
dedicated exclusively to Mattel's Hot Wheels Retro Entertainment line of
die-cast cars. Since January of 2013, Mattel has released 65 Hollywood cars
(as of March 2015.) Many of them are SPECTACULAR. Some, not so much.
Surprisingly, some of the earlier releases are starting to fetch top dollar
on eBay. I've seen Ecto-1 (from the very first wave) consistently sell
for $30-50. Hopefully, THIS
CHECKLIST will help you as you try to assemble a complete set.
- Michigan's Star Cars
Although we can't quite compete with
Nate Truman and his Star Cars International group in Hollywood, you can find
quite a few impressive Star Cars right here in Michigan, and many under one
roof! Over the past several years, some of my Hollywood car friends
have amassed quite the collection of 1:1 Star Cars. Some are
screen-used, others are impressive replicas. Today, I traveled to a secret
location to check out the collection, and upon entering, I felt like I was
standing in a museum!
The main reason for the visit was to check out the recent
arrival of this beautiful replica of the '66 Batmobile. I was told a lot of
work went into applying the gloss-black paint job and red trim. The
interior still needs some work, but the car can actually shoot flames from
its rear exhaust!
Other cars on display include: The original #2
Monkeemobile (which has been featured on this website many times), the
General Lee that was used in those Auto Trader commercials featuring Bo &
Luke Duke, a Herbie replica, a Mach 5 replica, a replica of the Mutts Cutts
van from Dumb & Dumber, a replica of The A-Team Van, and a
KITT replica, among others. A spectacular replica of the Munsters Koach will
soon be joining the fleet! You'll be able to see many of these cars at the
2015 Woodward Dream Cruise event. I might even get to drive one of
- Hot Wheels Entertainment Roster
Mattel has announced the next four waves
of the popular Entertainment line, which takes us through October.
Mix 1 (June 2015):
- 58 Plymouth Christine
- 83 Chevy Silverado Friday Night Lights
- Ford F250 Close Encounters of the Third Kind
- Rapid Responder Emergency!
Mix 2 (August 2015):
- 67 Camaro Christine
- 70 Dodge Charger R/T The Fast & The Furious
- BTTF Time Machine Hover Mode Back to the
Future II New Casting!
- BTTF Time Machine Mr. Fusion Back to the
- Toyota 2000GT Roadster James Bond You Only
Live Twice New Casting!
Mix 3 (October 2015):
- 56 Chevy The Brady Bunch
- 74 Checker Taxi Cab/Checker Marathon Cab Taxi
- 80s Corvette James Bond A View To A Kill
- The Dark Knight Batmobile The Dark
Knight trilogy New Die-cast Chassis!
- Kawasaki GPZ 900R Top Gun
Mix 4 (October 2015 available only at select hobby
- 76 Ford Grand Torino Starsky & Hutch
- Back To The Future 1955 Back to the Future
- The Bat The Dark Knight Rises
New Die-cast Chassis!
- Ghostbusters Ecto1 Cartoon Car The Real
Ghostbusters (animated) New
- Lotus Esprit S1 James Bond The Spy Who Loved
Me New Die-cast Chassis!
I'm pretty excited about many of the cars on this list.
One that jumps out at me is the '74 Taxi Cab from the TV series Taxi.
This has been on my personal wish list for quite some time. I just hope it
has the Sunshine Cab Co. logo on it, which looks something like this:
- Batman: Arkham Knight Batmobile
Arriving in the mail today is a brand
new Batmobile from the Hot Wheels line! This casting, based on the Batmobile
that appears in the Batman: Arkham Knight video game, seems to
combine elements from the 1989 Batmobile, the Tumbler from The Dark
Knight Trilogy, and a few Bat-Fans noticed similarities to the Batmobile
that will appear in the upcoming Batman VS Superman movie. I'm excited to
add this to my Batmobile collection. Below is a photo of my display case
that holds all the various versions of the Bat-Vehicles that Mattel has
released since 2003. I've updated the Hot Wheels Batmobile timeline to
include about a dozen releases that have hit stores over the past six months
or so. Click on THIS LINK.
- Happy K-Day, Everyone!
Got up early, trekked out in the snow,
and headed to my local K-Mart for its Hot Wheels Collectors Event.
Despite the snow, quite a few people showed up. At 9am, as they began
to draw tickets, we counted 12 people of all ages. Luckily, the K-Mart
people brought out 16 inner cases! As usual, I was the very last person to
be called, but I got a case and pulled out a new Batmobile with an awesome
black-metallic finish and yellow highlights. Then I pulled out a Corvette
Grand Sport Roadster from Fast & Furious. The staff began calling out
numbers for the remaining cases and my number was called again! I opened it
up and pulled out one of each of the cars above. I saw others pull out "The
Homer" but I didn't get any of those. And one guy pulled out a Super T-Hunt
of the Mooneyes Van. Overall, it was a very pleasant experience. Collectors
chatted and swapped cars and everyone seemed to walk away happy. Kudos to my
local K-Mart staff for a fun event.
- Holy Hot Wheels, Batman!
It seems like whenever I think I'm all
caught up, I discover something new has been released. Pictured above, left,
is a new variation on the Batman Live Batmobile from the Hot Wheels
line. I purchased a few on eBay hoping I would be caught up. But then I
discovered a brand new casting is now hitting stores. Pictured above, right,
is the Batmobile from the Batman: Arkham Knight video game. I
purchased several on eBay and they should arrive in the mail any day now.
I'll post photos and update my Hot Wheels Batmobile timeline when it
arrives. Including the 8-car car set that came out last fall, I need
to add 12 new Batmobiles to the timeline!
- "Where does he get those wonderful toys?"
My Eaglemoss Batman collection continues
to grow. Over the past few weeks I've added several pieces to my collection.
Pictured above, left, is the Batmobile from The New Adventures of Batman
animated series, and above, right, is the Batcycle from the classic TV
series and movie. My collection now numbers 18 pieces (primarily from
television and film) and I've got my eye on a few more. When displayed
together, these vehicles demonstrate Batman's incredible legacy.
- "Chicks love the car."
Each year when I receive my tax refund,
I like to by myself something special that otherwise might be a little too
pricey. This year, I decided to splurge on Mattel's 1:18 scale Batmobile
from Batman Forever. I picked it up on eBay for $130 (free
shipping.) This thing is amazing, with so much detail, including a canopy
that slides open to reveal the cockpit. As you can see in the photos above,
it displays nicely with my other 1:18 scale Batmobiles that I've collected
over the years.
- "Whoa. This is heavy."
For the first time since Mattel started
producing the Retro Entertainment series, I decided to purchase an entire
case of the latest series. It turned out to be a great deal.
Factoring in the price plus shipping, the cost broke down to about $5 per
car. This series, "Case F", is one of the best waves of the entire
line. It's a good mix of iconic cars and in-demand cars. It will
be tough to find these on the pegs.
Let's start off with my favorte in this wave:
Biff's Ford Super De Luxe from Back to the Future. This is
one I've always wanted to see produced, but never really expected it.
Mattel not only created a fairly accurate representation of the car, but
went the extra step of filling it with "manure." I haven't opened
one yet, but I assume the manure is removable. There are a few
minor inaccuracies, but the positives (accurate license plates) outweigh
the negatives (incorrect wheels.) This just might rank as one of
my all-time favorites in my collection. My Grade: A+
Next up we have one of the most iconic movie cars of
all-time: James Bond's 1963 Aston Martin DB5 from the movie
Goldfinger. Mattel's basic line version of this car was
already impressive. The Retro Entertainment version has a few more
paint applications and much better wheels, although it seems unusually
darker compared to the basic version. Overall, due to its iconic
status, this car ranks among the best of the Entertainment line and will
sought-after by collectors. My Grade: A+
When Mattel got the Ghostbusters license their
(long-overdue) Ecto-1 was absolutely stunning. Now they've
followed it up with Ecto-1A from Ghostbusters II. The
detail on this version is mind-blowing, from the new roof rack down to
the accurate front and rear license plates. The only reason I
would deduct any points is that this car is from the inferior sequel and
bears the logo depicting the ghost holding up 2 fingers, which I detest.
But I have to admit, this is a very nice, and very logical attempt.
My Grade: A
According to IMCDB.org, B.J. McKay primarily drove a
1978 Kenworth K-100 Aerodyne on the B.J. and the Bear TV series.
Mattel calls their release "Thunder Roller" and it's a fairly accurate
representation of the cab featured in the TV series. I compared it
to photos on IMCDB.org and the only major difference I see are the smoke
stacks. The cab on television has the smokestacks located in the rear.
Here, they're located on the sides. Other than that, it's pretty
impressive (and heavy.) I just wish Mattel would offer the
trailers to go along with their awesome truck cabs. My Grade:
I never thought I'd say this, but the only dud in
this series is the Batmobile from Batman Returns. (Gasp!)
When Mattel first obtained the Batman license, they produced some
awesome versions of the '89 Batmobile. Unfortunately, I've been
told those dies were destroyed, and now they're forced to use their
basic line dies. I took one out of the packaging, and it seems to
be entirely made out of metal, which is nice. Unfortunately, it
just looks too much like the cheaper basic line version. My Grade:
- "Batcopter cleared for takeoff."
I popped into my local comic book store
to see if there was anything new to pick up and the owner, Mike, handed me
the newest offering from Eaglemoss. The Batcopter was featured in the
1966 Batman movie and subsequently on the TV series. The detail
on this piece is so impressive. I didn't quite know what that yellow
thing was near the landing skid, but quickly realized it's a rolled up
ladder. I am blown away by the newest addition to my Eaglemoss
collection, which now numbers 15 vehicles.
- The Droids You're Looking For?
While visiting Toys R Us today a shiny
golden object caught my eye. Two new 2-packs have hit stores as part
of Mattel's Star Wars Hot Wheels line. Pictured above are Han
Solo & Chewbacca and R2-D2 & C-3PO. Now, I don't really collect this
line, but I have to admit, R2 & C-3PO put a smile on my face, so I bought
- "You got Eleanor here?"
Greenlight is going full throttle with
the Gone in 60 Seconds license, with plans to release cars from both
the classic and modern versions of the film in a variety of scales. I
recently spotted a 1:18 scale version of Eleanor (from the 2000 film) for a
retail price of around $60. Today I found a 1:43 scale version at Toys
R Us for $19.99 (above.) The classic version of Eleanor is currently
hitting stores, too, although I haven't seen it (her?) yet.
- New Bat-Finds!
While out searching for new die-cast
cars I stumbled onto two new Bat-cars from the Hot Wheels line.
Pictured above, left, is a blue variation of the Batmobile from The Brave
& The Bold animated series, now found on a blue-striped HW City card.
Pictured above, right, was a bit of surprise. Batman Hot Rod is
part of the DC Comics line. At first glance, I wasn't too impressed,
but upon closer inspection I noticed Batman's cowl incorporated into the
design. Pretty cool. Robin and Penguin were also found on the
pegs, but I passed on them.
- "I wanna go fast!"
GreenLight has released its latest wave
from the Hollywood series and I have to say it's a bit of a yawner.
Whenever I visit a store that carries GreenLight vehicles, the pegs are
cluttered with cars that just won't sell. And when old merchandise
doesn't sell, stores don't put out NEW merchandise. You would think
GreenLight would focus on cars that collectors are demanding, but instead,
they continue to release cars that no one has asked for. I admit there
are a couple of gems in this wave, but I predict most will be peg-warmers.
Here are my grades, from best to worst:
First up, we have the '69 Chevelle from the Will
Ferrell movie Talladega Nights: The Legend of Ricky Bobby.
In 2006, Motorsports Authentics released a set of 5 racecars from the
movie, but never produced Reese Bobby's '69 Chevy Chevelle, which was
featured fairly prominently in the movie. GreenLight now allows me
to add this car to my collection. Not only does the car have an
accurate rear-license plate, but it also has a bumper sticker that
reads, "If you ain't first, you're last!" That is freakin'
awesome! A +
I never thought I'd ever see this in die-cast form,
but I'm absolutely blown away by the fact that GreenLight actually
produced it. What we have here is the Channel 9 News Team Dodge
Van, belonging to Ron Burgundy's hated rivals Wes Mantooth & Company.
The graphics are fantastic and it will display nicely next to the
Channel 4 News Team Van on my desk at work. A +
Okay, I have mixed feeling about this one. It
scores some cool points for being a car driven by Steve McQueen in the
1980 film The Hunter (which happened to be the first Steve
McQueen film I ever saw.) Unfortunately, GreenLight once again
uses its T-Top casting for a car that is actually a HARD TOP in the
movie. Ugh, that absolutely drives me crazy. Why won't
GreenLight just produce a hard top Trans-Am already?
I'm going to give this one a middling C+ grade.
This is where the eye-rolls begin. GreenLight
included this particular car in a pricey boxed set in 2013. I'm
not quite sure why they decided to give it a solo release. The
packaging is kind of cool, but nobody was demanding this car in the
first place. I fully expect this one to clog pegs when it hits
stores. My Grade: D
It's hard to believe the TV series Supernatural
has been on television for 10 years now, and I haven't watched a single
episode. So forgive me for not getting too excited about this
release. I thought the '67 Chevy Impala was cool, but GreenLight
seems to be going a little overboard with this license. This
project-in-progress '70 Challenger only merits 3 stars on IMCDB.org, so
I'm giving it a D.
||A Sioux Falls Sheriff's Department patrol car from
Supernatural. Two minor vehicles from the same TV series in
the same Hollywood wave? Yawn. F
- "No one's faster than Crazy Larry, except Dirty Mary!"
Today, I stopped into a nearby Meijer
store to look for new die-cast cars. This 1:64 scale beauty caught my
eye. I instantly recognized it as the '69 Charger from the 1974 cult
classic Dirty Mary Crazy Larry. Made by GreenLight, it doesn't
seem to be officially licensed, but it's unmistakable. This is a
fantastic addition to my 1:64 Hollywood car collection! Look for it where
GreenLight products are sold.