Hendrick Motorsports is proud to offer their most loyal supporters an extremely limited AUTOGRAPHED die cast. You will not be able to find this piece anywhere else.
Please Note: This product is available for pre-order and will ship in May 2018.
Since his first full-time NASCAR® season two years ago, 19-year-old William Byron has amassed 10 combined wins in
the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series™ and NASCAR Xfinity Series™.
In 2018, Byron moves up to the sport’s top series and one of the most successful teams of all time as he takes the wheel
of the No. 24 Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 for Hendrick Motorsports.
Liberty University, Byron’s current sponsor in the NASCAR XFINITY Series™, is making the move with Byron and will
be the primary backer of Byron’s rookie ride for multiple races next season.
Now the die-cast of Byron’s 2018 Liberty University Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 is available to order from Lionel Racing. Not
only is this replica built on the all-new Chevrolet Camaro ZL1 tool, it’s also being offered in two new trim levels.
Lionel Racing has reconfigured its 1:24-scale Action Racing Collectables (ARC) tool to be a lower-priced hood-open
collectible. Plus, for the first time, Lionel Racing is making a brand-new 1:24-scale ELITE die-cast available to all
customers. The car is also available in a 1:64-scale.
Don’t miss the rookie die-cast of this up-and-coming star. Order now!
Each ARC Collectable 1:24-scale hood open collectible die-cast includes manufacturer-specific engine detail, die-cast body, plastic chassis and detailed interior. Each collectible die-cast also features a DIN (Diecast Identification Number) for registration. 1:24-Scale Action Racing Collectables Features
Fully die-cast body
Opening roof flaps
Poseable wheels (not linked to steering mechanism
Manufacturer-specific engine detail
Manufacturer-specific body contour
Driver side window net
Painted chassis details
Die-Cast Identification Number (DIN) visible through rear window
Packaged in ARC and driver-branded fully decorated window box
Officially licensed by NASCAR