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1966 Pontiac GTO - Restomod 1:18 Scale Diecast Model Car


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11 1/2" Long
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1966 Pontiac GTO - Restomod 1:18 die-cast Model Car

Cruise down memory lane with the 1966 Pontiac GTO Restomod die-cast model car by Acme. This limited edition 1:18 scale model, measuring 11.5 inches long, pays tribute to a legendary year in GTO history. Open the hood, doors, and trunk to reveal a fully plumbed and wired V-8 engine, masterful interior detailing, and folding front seatbacks. The custom two-tone paint, street fighter wheels, and tire package add a modern twist to this classic beauty. With a detailed undercarriage and serialized plate, this die-cast model captures the essence of a '66 GTO with a restomod twist.


  • Limited Edition die-cast Model
  • Hood, Doors & Trunk Open
  • Fully Plumbed & Wired V-8 Engine
  • Masterful Interior Detailing with Folding Front Seatbacks
  • Custom Two-Tone Paint
  • Street Fighter Wheels & Tire Package
  • Detailed Undercarriage & Serialized Plate
  • Posable Steering
By any calculation, 1966 was a momentous year for the GTO. The original muscle car had come into its own in persona and popularity. It even became a separate series featuring the hardtop, pillared sports coupe and convertible.The GTO's all-new body incorporated Coke-bottle side styling and a recessed backlight, with sail panels that provided a semi-fastback appearance. Graduating from the tough, boxy street brawler look of 1965, the '66 was refined with integrated shapes. Its front bumper became an integral part of the nose, closely following the curves of the newly sculpted split grilles and headlamp bezels. Parking lamps were set into the grilles à la the 1963 and 1964 Grand Prix's, and the grilles were blacked out--a muscle car styling cue that Pontiac initiated on the GTO in 1964 and would be used by much of its competition going forward. This lowered 66' GTO Restomod includes a killer custom paint job, with black street fighter wheels and tires. This is something you do not miss cruising on your downtown strip!