1:12 Shell V-Power Racing Team #17 Ford Mustang GT Supercar - 2020 Championship Winner Pre-order
Due: Qtr. 3 2022
Product Code: ACR12F20CW
Product Description: 1:12 Scale Shell V-Power Racing Team #17 Ford Mustang GT - 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship Winner - Driver: Scott McLaughlin
Limited Edition Number: To be announced - model will include individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity
Product Specifications: Sealed body resin with clear windows and detailed interior. Includes scale replica championship trophy and winners boards.
About This Product:
Authentic Collectables are very proud to present the 1:12 Scale Shell V-Power Racing Team Ford Mustang GT driven by Scott McLaughlin to win the 2020 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
McLaughlin's 2020 championship win sealed a 'Three-Peat' of consecutive driver's championships for both him and the team in what is the 10th drivers championship for DJR/DJR Team Penske in the 40th Anniversary for the team.
In claiming such a historic milestone, McLaughlin became the 1st Ford driver to win three straight championships since Ian Geoghegan won four in a row from 1966-1969 and only the 4th driver in history to claim the feat, joining Mark Skaife, Jamie Whincup and Geoghegan in the record books.
This model will be based on the 2020 Bathurst 1000 livery where McLaughlin was officially crowned the champion.
It is scheduled to be produced by Authentic Collectables in high quality sealed body resin with clear windows and detailed interior in a limited edition with an individually numbered Certificate of Authenticity along with a scale replica Championship trophy and winners boards.
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