Item no.: 27728
Carrera Plymouth Roadrunner, No.25.
Brutal racetrack muscle-power
The Plymouth Roadrunner, named after the Chuck Jones cartoon character, is a perfect example of the US Muscle Car breed. In the early 70s the speedy roadrunner was also in action on Nascar circuits. In the 1971 and 1972 seasons the US driver Cerry Ezra ‘Jabe’ Thomas sat at the wheel of this no.25 roadrunner.
Cult 70s car on Carrera racing circuits
The cult 70s powerhouse with the eye-catching red paintwork down the sides channels Nascar race excitement onto Carrera tracks. Faithfully-replicated details ensure the Carrera EVOLUTION model looks just like the original.
Carrera Evolution slot cars are digitally upgradable with the purchase of a digital chip and have realistic acceleration and braking action. Standard features of these 1:32 analog slot cars include an inline E200 motor and double traction magnets, high-quality original detailing and tampo printed liveries for superior durability and clarity. Carrera 1:32 Evolution slot cars are Ready to Race (RTR) on any brand of 1:32 analog track.