As the Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) show draws near, automotive enthusiasts are in for a treat with the release of three highly anticipated limited edition diecasts by Castline’s M2 Machines brand. Among them, the standout is the meticulously crafted 1:64 scale 1974 Dodge W200 Power Wagon, a homage to everything that makes SEMA an automotive extravaganza.
The 1974 Dodge W200 Power Wagon takes center stage, showcasing a host of custom features that exemplify the spirit of SEMA. With a raised four-wheel drive (4×4) chassis and oversized all-terrain tires mounted on bead-lock rims, this Sublime Green powerhouse commands attention. The addition of a front brush guard and roll bar not only amplifies its rugged appeal but also adds a touch of finesse.
However, the pièce de résistance lies beneath the custom hood. Nestled within the inner fender wells rests a supercharged 6.2-liter (376 cubic-inch) HEMI® HELLCAT engine, a testament to raw power and performance. This amalgamation of muscle and engineering prowess is a nod to Mopar enthusiasts worldwide.
Inside, a black bench seat cockpit welcomes passengers, offering a view through clear windows that perfectly encapsulates the craftsmanship that went into this miniature marvel. Every detail has been meticulously reproduced to capture the essence of the original Power Wagon.
Production of the 1:64 scale 1974 Dodge W200 Power Wagon is limited to a mere 1,200 pieces, ensuring that this collector’s item remains a rare gem in diecast aficionados’ collections. Additionally, a chase model offers an even more exclusive variant, featuring Gold Chrome trim on the bumpers, rims, roll bar, and brush guard, complemented by a gold interior and chassis. Only 600 pieces of this chase model will be produced, elevating its desirability.
Joining the 1974 Dodge W200 Power Wagon are two equally impressive diecasts: the 1969 Ford F350 Race Hauler paired with a 1969 Ford Mustang Funny Car, and a 1975 Chevrolet C30 Crew Cab Dually. Each of these models will be available in limited quantities of 1,200 units, with an additional 600-piece chase model for the discerning collector.
For attendees of SEMA 2023, these limited edition diecasts will be available for purchase at the Fun Lines Hobby booth located in West Hall #51109. This is an exclusive opportunity for enthusiasts to own a piece of automotive history, meticulously crafted in miniature form.