Release Date: 2009/11

1967 Shelby Super Snake (Circle K Sunkus Limited Edition Model)

Pre-orders will be taken at Tokimeki Mall and Circle K Sunkus stores from 9AM on 8th August 2009.

The Legendary Shelby with an incredible top speed of 272km/h!

This is one legendary vehicle that should excite anyone in the racing field - the 'Super Snake' is a special model of the GT500 that was unparalleled. Loaded with the 7.0 LC (427ci) engine unit used on the Ford GT40 Mk.II developed by Le Mans, it is a perfect racing replica. The Super Snake was announced at a test course with a large media presence, where Caroll Shelby himself raced the car to it's top speed of 170 mph (272km/h), with an average speed of 142mph (227km/h), and created a day to remember for all racing fans.

Using a narrow-wide-narrow white stripe pattern, 10-spoke aluminum wheels, lights on both sides of the bonnet, and the well known 'Wimbledon White' body color, the external appearance of the Super Snake is not all that different to the original GT500, but the small changes alone are enough to recognize the famous car for what it is - the car that showed the world the potential the GT500 held. Only one Super Snake was ever produced, making it a vehicle that can boast both power and rarity; and a gem in both Shelby and American car history.

The GSR American Muscle series is here to release high quality models of a number of the most famous American cars. Coming up in the line up is the 1970 Dodge Challenger, the 1969 Chevrolet Corvette, the 1965 Shelby AC Cobra 427, the 1971 Mustang Mach 1, the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z28 and many more to look forward to.

Product Details

Product Name
1967 Shelby Super Snake (Circle K Sunkus Limited Edition Model) (1967しぇるびー・すーぱーすねーく(さーくるけーさんくすげんていもでる))
1967 Shelby Super Snake
Miniature Car
Release Date
1/43 digitally planned scale miniature car - ABS/Resin body and die-cast chasis - stand included - made in China
Body Color
Wimbledon White
Noriaki Miyata
Sold by
Good Smile Racing
Good Smile Company
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