Greenlight 1/18 Supernatural Chev Impala '67 Collectors 1/18 with Sam/Dean figures

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Everyone who has seen our shop showcase asks if our display model Supernatural Chev is for sale. Well NOW IT IS!
Full Metal Die Cast 1/18 scale Model for die-hard Supernatural fans and Die-Cast collectors, this is a MUST HAVE in your collection! 

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R 2,480.00

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  • 1:18 scale diecast collectible model car.
  • Made of heavy weight die-cast metal and plastic.
  • Limited edition. Sam and Dean figures included..
  • Individually packed in a movie themed box. Box size: 15"L x 6.5"W x 5.5"H.
  • Non openable doors and hood.

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You'll love this exceptional hollywood car from the 60s. This
Supernatural 1967 Chevrolet Impala Sport Hard Top is a 1/18 scale
diecast model replica.

It comes in black and features, free wheels
and workable steering. It's a brilliant automobile for any
hollywood car collection, and an awesome find for die-hard
Chevrolet buffs.

Features:19021 Greenlight Artisan Collection -
Supernatural (TV Series 2005) - 1967 Chevrolet Impala Sport Hard
Top1:18 scale diecast collectible model car

This Chevy Impala is an 11" long authentic detailed replica

New tooling, authentic decoration, chrome accents, true-to-scale detailMade of heavy
weight die-cast metal and plastic

Individually packed in a movie themed box

Box size: 15"L x 6.5"W x5.5"H

Limited edition. Sam and Dean figures included.

The classic black 1967 Chevy Impala is essentially the third home on wheels
to both brothers when needed, its trunk is stocked full of every
weapon and item needed to fight against any supernatural entity
on the planet. It was purchased by John Winchester and handed
down to his eldest son Dean, who treasures the car. Despite near
destruction, countless scrapes and bruises, and several months in
storage, the Impala like Dean an Sam themselves never stays down
for long.

The Impala was built in Janesville, Wisconsin, on April
24, 1967. Her first owner was Sal Moriarty, who bought her for
$3,999. John Winchester Bought her in 1973. The price on the
windshield was $2204.