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1977 77 with the confederate flag on the front licence plate dirty Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T/A (Black - Dirty and Raced Version) | From Smokey & The Bandit | GreenLight Promos | 1:64 Scale Diecast in Clamshell

$18.99

1977 77 with the confederate flag on the front licence plate dirty Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T/A (Black - Dirty and Raced Version) | From Smokey & The Bandit | GreenLight Promos | 1:64 Scale Diecast in Clamshell

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1977 77 Pontiac Firebird Trans Am T/A (Black - Dirty and Raced Version) | From Smokey & The Bandit | GreenLight Promos | 1:64 Scale Diecast in Clamshell (GL CCE Dirty Bandit)

small since these are 1:64 scale but only 2016 were produced making this posibbly the rarest smokey and the bandit ever produced.  the hot wheels version did not even have the front plate on it so get this before they are all sold out! 

 

limited to 2016 pcs produced. Please note each car will be unique with a different amount of dirt on them and may very slightly from picture. 

Smokey and the Bandit is a 1977 film starring Burt Reynolds, Sally Field,  Jackie Gleason, Jerry Reed, Pat McCormick, Paul Williams and Mike Henry. It inspired several other trucking films, including two sequels, Smokey & the Bandit II (originally know as Smokey and the Bandit Ride Again in the U.K., New Zealand and Australia), and Smokey and the Bandit Part 3. There were also a series of 1994 television movies (Bandit Goes Country, Bandit Bandit, Beauty and the Bandit and Bandit's Silver Angel) from original director/writer Hal Needham loosely based on the earlier version, with actor Brian Bloom now playing Bandit. The three original movies introduced two generations of the Pontiac Trans Am (while the TV-movie version drives the Dodge Stealth). The film was the second highest grossing film of 1977, beaten only by Star Wars. 

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