The 1970s were prime time for drag racing, and during that time period Mopar reined supreme.
That is, until Ray Allen entered the scene. He decided to bring Chevrolet to the front line with an all-powerful LS6 build, and in the process he created an icon. Easily one of the most well known vehicles to vintage Chevrolet racing fans, this 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle was piloted by Allen, and the already established Ralph Truppi and Tommy Kling. The trio sprinted their way to an unbeaten season in 1970, setting a national record at that time of 11.33 seconds, clocking in a half second faster than the Mopars across the field.
ACME honour the efforts of the Briggs Chevrolet racing team with this carefully prepared and detailed diecast replica in 1/18 scale.