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1:43 1957 Coca-Cola Ford Ranchero "Take Some Home Today"

We currently have 1920 in stock.
$22.99
SKU 443028

Product Dimensions: 3.25 x 1.25 x 2.5 in.

Model History and Information: Manufactured by Ford Motor Company beginning in 1957, the Ford Ranchero was derived from a two-door station wagon into a pick-up truck. Ford built over 500,000 units before ending production in 1979. Our 1/43 scale model replica of the 1957 Ford Ranchero sports chrome wheels and accents, rubber tires, and a beautiful Coca-Cola theme paint job. Whether you are a fan of Ford vehicles, pickup trucks, or Coca-Cola memorabilia, this model is sure to delight.

Model Features & Details:

  • 1/43 Scale 1957 Ford Ranchero Pickup Truck model by Motor City Classics made mostly of diecast metal with some plastic used for detail.
  • Officially licensed by Ford Motor Company and The Coca-Cola Company.
  • Vibrant red and white paint scheme with vintage Coca-Cola Company graphics, including the Coca-Cola logo, "Take Some Home Today", "Sign of Good Taste", and "Have a Coke" decals.
  • Simulated pickup body, complete with chrome trim.
  • Chrome mirrors, bumpers, and hubcaps.
  • Detailed head and taillights, each with colored lenses.
  • Realistic rubber tires with whitewall finish and silver hubs.
  • Detailed cab interior, complete with seats and steering wheel.
  • Vintage Ford 1957 license plate on the rear. 
  • Plastic black display base included with 1957 Ford Ranchero plaque.
  • Clear dust cover included.
  • Ideal to display with other Motor City Classics 1/43 scale Coke Models.
  • Adult collectible model intended for individuals 14 years of age and up.

Packaging: This model comes shipped in a red, Coca-Cola themed window-style box. The vehicle is mounted to a plastic base but can easily be removed from the base for display if desired. Clear dust cover display top also included.

Scale 1:43
Pack Size 24
MAP $22.99

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