Franklin Mint / 1967 Corvette
Sting Ray L88 Convertible / FM DISCONTINUED / 1:24th Scale
Tuxedo Black w/ Blue Stinger Hood
Leave it to Corvette® to improve
upon perfection. That's precisely what happened in 1967, when the first
generation of the Sting Ray™ culminated in the fabled L88. Now, you can experience the singular thrill of owning the most sought-after
Vette® of them all - simply by placing your order for this die-cast replica from
Franklin Mint Precision Models.
From the fully detailed replica of the notoriously potent 427 cid engine under
the hood to the side-mounted exhaust system and fully instrumented dash, it's
all here! The doors open and close, the steering and road wheels turn, and the
functional headlights actually retract. Hand-assembled from more than 110
separate parts. Painted by hand and hand-finished to a gleaming showroom luster.
Take the ultimate power trip with the ultimate Sting Ray.™
A corveted Corvette®... a model to die
The most sought-after Vette® of all is
captured in a model equipped with a replica 427 cid engine.
Under the hood, the gleaming
side-mounted exhaust system and all the precise detailing and functional
features you've come to expect.
Capturing the raw, tenacious power of
the ultimate Sting Ray™ L88.
Loaded with authentic operating
features, including retractable headlights.
"Franklin Mint Early Classics" Collection
The models in
this collection were purchased directly from Franklin Mint 25-30 years ago,
and immediately placed into climate controlled storage. They were hand
delivered to our facility.
finish is like-new as delivered.
some of the very first diecast models offered by FM in the late 1980's.
were adult owned, never removed from their styrofoam and many were opened
for the first time for inspection by Vinny!
All of the
large scales have their original plastic module and packing material.
paperwork. See below for what is included.
outside boxes are in good condition showing storage wear and writing.
Some of the
models in this collection are the larger pre-WWII 1800's-early 1900's that
we seldom get in this condition. This is an unique find.
Condition: Mint in the Box