As an owner, Richard Childress knows the definition of winning. After all, he is a 14-time championship-winner in stock car racing. But before all of his incredible success on the owner side, Childress was a race car driver from Winston Salem, NC. In 1981, Childress raced this No. 3 Pontiac Grand Prix at tracks like Daytona, Talladega and Martinsville. But with just 10 races left in the season, he got out of the driver’s seat. The rest, as they say, is history. Now for the first time, Lionel NASCAR Collectables is proud to present the die-cast of Childress’ 1981 Pontiac Grand Prix. The latest edition in the NASCAR Classics line, this 1:24 scale gunmetal die-cast features a sleek red-and-white paint scheme, the shadowed No.3 on the roof, and a host of other authentic details.
- 1:24 Scale die-cast measures approximately 8" long
- Commemorative die-cast car
- Highly-realistic details
- Officially licensed NASCAR product