A full day on the road, turn around and around with coffee and bread. Seeing buses, cars and motorcycles without stopping, finally arrived at home with my beloved family, and now is the time to greet Diecast lovers who are hungry for info about new products.
How are you guys, I hope you stay healthy and always make it easy for the fortune. Ok DiecastOraSambat has a Diecast info that is cool, cool and has character. What’s the diecast ?? This is Diecast from M2 Machines, so M2 Machines released Diecast in collaboration with Gary Hooker Exhaust. This Diecast display is wrapped in the color of Black Pearl Metallic. And he said it was only produced 750 all over the world, so don’t miss it to collect Diecast M2 Machines Gary Hooker.
There are 6 types of diecast that will be released, namely:
- Custom 1949 Mercury
- Ford Fairlane 500 in 1957
- GMC 100 Stepside in 1958
- Dodge Charger Daytona Hemi 1969
- Chevrolet Camaro SS 396 in 1971
- Dodge Charger R / T 440 in 1971
The six types are wrapped in Black Pearl Mettalic, Red Interior, Black Rims.
As for the chase car, there is purple mettalic.
But you are curious not, by the name of Hooker? What is Hooker? Until M2 Machines connects it to 64 diecast products? Why do you need to know? Let it be great for collecting Hooker’s Diecast M2 Machines models.
Become Hooker In 1962, point of entry Hooker designed a header for his new 409 Chevrolet. He soon found a request for this header from other racers in the area. Not long after Gary had hired employees and operated Hooker Headers from a building in Southern Ontario, CA.Hooker’s philosophy is simple – make it a real power that can be used by balancing incoming and outgoing pressure waves. This efficiently removes all burning gas while drawing the maximum fresh load of fuel and air. The Hooker team sometimes spends twice as much on developing headers to find 10% better performance. Slogans like “Hooker – When Only The Best Will Do” or Hooker Headers – Do It Right The 1st Time “are often used.In the late Sixties and throughout the Seventies Hooker dominated the drag race scene with most NHRA® professional Stock (Super Stock) racers winning with Hooker Headers. Famous racers like Bill “Grumpy” Jenkins, Bob Glidden and Sox & Martin are regular visitors to the Hooker publicity campaign. The straight-thru glass pack muffler was also launched in the early 70s, known as “Hookermuffler”.