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1958 Corvette - Turquoise 1:18 Scale Diecast Model by Motormax


Was: $39.99
Now: $29.50
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Chevrolet (Chevy)
1:18 Scale
10" Long
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The Corvette Rescuer: 1958 Corvette die-cast Model

With a fuelie V-8 under the hood and dual binnacle dash, the 1958 Vette was the first to turn a profit and save the Corvette from extinction!


  • Precision die-cast Model
  • >
  • The Car That Saved the Corvette
  • Hood, Doors & Trunk Open

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  • 4
    GEORGOUS !!!!

    Posted by joey wilson on Aug 3rd 2023

    Absolutely beautiful !! Amazing pristine chrome, deep paint with just enough metal flake to make the color come alive, and a beautiful shiny clear over the top. i usually wax my die cast on arrival for extra shine, but i didn't need to touch this one.!! While i agree with a previous viewer, this color is not exactly turquiose, and is darker than the actual fifties factory shade (majestic Turquoise) was, I do not find it all disappointing! it's a rich deep teal color, that contrast beautifully with the silver cove !! Where i disagree is the black interior ! I will be repainting mine into the silver and adding some detail. 4 stars (and i"m being overly picky, given the price point) because the wheels seem a bit shallow making the dish "detail" slightly underwhelming, the white walls were a bit plastic-ish, and the interior had a few cheap plastic stickers one of which was poorly applied. Proud to have this one !!!

  • 5
    Great quality/ great price

    Posted by Gary Turcotte on Feb 20th 2023

    I have multiple cars from this company. I give them as present to my family who have owned the real car. They are over-joyed with the detail and quality of the cars...

  • 3

    Posted by Dominick Gasparro on Apr 16th 2021

    This is a nice diecast but the color is more on the green side than the blue/green shown in the picture. I like the black interior but a little disappointed in the outside color. Still captures what you might have seen in the late 50's as far as color goes but something buyers should be aware of. I understand that a photograph will be hard to show the actual color.