GreenLight introduces a 15 case collector pack that features history and prestige in 1:64 scale

Travel the GreenLight way, Get your kicks on 1:64 Route 66

GreenLight introduces a 15 case collector pack that features history and prestige in 1:64 scale



Indianapolis, IN (October 19, 2010) Pack your bags, GreenLight is taking collectors on a cross country road trip down the infamous Route 66 U.S.A. The 15 car set will be packaged in a display Collector case with a road map packaging that marks out the “Mother Road” as it journeys through each of the eight states from Chicago to L.A. The cars chosen for this highly collectible item all belong, like the route itself, to the Golden age of motoring.

Route 66 U.S.A was constructed many years before the superhighways of today, used as the primary means of travel for people motoring westward. It is a part of American motorist evolution and is as hard to define as it is to forget. The Route pulls its nostalgia from those travelers of yester-year that took to the pavement with a sense of adventure and GreenLight translates this period of history through a mix of retro and modern-day cars. Many of the cars also are first uses, the 1964 Chrysler Convertible, 1978 Plymouth Trail Duster, 1988 Ford Mustang GT Stock and 2011 Ford Shelby GT 500 Convertible all debut behind the first-ever 15 pack premier packaging.

The collector packaging highlights eight of the most popular sights and scenes on the west bound journey, from the Launch Pad in Illinois to the Cadillac Ranch in Texas to the Wigwan Hotel in California. The extraordinary and eccentric stops offered, affirm the saying that “it’s not the destination, but the journey”. These quirky stomping grounds acted as rest areas for the hungry and tired travelers, oasis’s of entertainment on the lengthy stretch of road, marking fun and unique memories of the highway that’s the best, Route 66.

1:64 Route 66’s 15 Car Assortment:

1959 Chevy Corvette 1964 Chrysler 300K

1965 Ford Galaxie 500 1965 Ford Mustang GT

1967 Dodge D-100 1968 Chevy Impala SS

1969 Buick GS California 1969 Plymouth Road Runner 440

1970 Ford Mustang Conv. 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T

1971 Pontiac GTO 1978 Plymouth Duster

1988 Ford Mustang GT 2010 Chevy Camaro SS

2011 Shelby GT-500 Convertible

All materials used are authentic with real rubber tires and 100% die-cast metal body and chassis. Detailed graphics, custom license plates, serialized and official licensing by the respective automobile companies make each of these cars correct and credible replicas. Quantities are limited to 4,260 15-car sets open to the public mid-November 2010 and will be available exclusively at Toys ‘R’ Us, and Toys ‘R’ Us Australia.

For images of individual cars in the assortment please contact Allie Rudd (

GreenLight® Collectibles is a premier manufacturer and marketer of officially licensed, authentic die-cast replica vehicles. GreenLight die-cast replicas are available in 1:18, 1:24 and 1:64 scale and are officially licensed by General Motors, Ford Motor Company, Chrysler, Carroll Shelby Licensing, Barrett-Jackson Auction Company, Grand-Am Road Racing Association, Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company and Bridgestone Americas.

Public Relations Contact: Allie P. Rudd | GreenLight Collectibles | Sales & Marketing Coordinator | 2605 East 55th Place | Indianapolis, IN 46220 USA | p. 1.317.287.0600 Ext. 108 | f. 1.317.205.3501


10 thoughts on “GreenLight introduces a 15 case collector pack that features history and prestige in 1:64 scale”

  1. You know realmz1, I blogged about this recently on my own site. This blog post has given me some food for thought, I feel you made lots of very important points. I just wish I’d found it earlier, before I wrote my own article! Many thanks ;-), cars2scrap.

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