Chase Elliott’s ride for The Official Throwback Weekend of NASCAR® at Darlington Raceway is truly a family affair.
For one race only, Elliott’s No. 24 NAPA Chevrolet SS will pay tribute to the first paint scheme his NASCAR Hall of Fame® father Bill
Elliott drove in the sport’s premier series.
In late 1975, Bill’s father, George Elliott, purchased a car from Bobby Allison. After the family made some modifications to the race
car, they loaded up and set off for Rockingham, NC where Bill’s qualifying speed of 133.297 mph secured him a spot in his first race at
the sport’s top level – The Carolina 500 at Rockingham on February 29, 1976.
Now fans of the Elliott family and Hendrick Motorsports can own the Action Racing
Collectables die-cast of this special throwback paint scheme. Built with an opening
hood and trunk, retro Goodyear tires, and a manufacturer-specific engine, each is a
precise replica of the car Chase Elliott will wheel during The Bojangles’ Southern 500.
Don’t miss it!
Each Limited Edition Platinum Series 1:24-scale hood open collectible die-cast includes manufacturer-specific engine detail, die-cast body, die-cast chassis and detailed interior. Each collectible die-cast also features a DIN (Diecast Identification Number) for registration as well as a silver sticker with 1 of 0000 indicating production run size.
1:24-Scale Action Racing Collectables Features
Measures 8 inches long
Fully die-cast body and chassis
Working roof flaps
Manufacturer-specific engine detail
Manufacturer-specific body contour
Rolling rubber tires
Front wheel steering
Interior trunk detail
Driver side window net
Metal hood pins
Authentic paint scheme decoration
Interior dash detail
Officially licensed by NASCAR