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NHRA, Castline Race to Retail

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The diecasts are available now at Walmart.

A series of NHRA diecast collectables under their M2 Machines brand have launched at Walmart.

The collection comes as part of a licensing partnership between NHRA and Castline. The debut NHRA 1/64 scale die cast release part number 32600-WTMS13 is available now at all Walmart locations in the U.S. The nine-piece collection of vehicles will each be uniquely wrapped and skinned in NHRA branding. The series will also feature a 1956 Ford F-100 Tow Truck, a 1957 Chevy Bel Air Gasser, a 1957 Chevy Sedan Delivery, a 1965 Ford Mustang Gasser, a 1966 Dodge Charger Gasser and 1969 Chevy COPO Camaro.

“Castline/M2 Machines is excited to be partnering with the NHRA," says Sean Taylor, vice president, design, Castline. “Having seen my first race at Pomona Raceway a 14-years old, I have been a lifelong NHRA fan. It is a dream come true to bring my passion for racing and its history into my M2 Machines designs.”  

The release will also feature three hard to find chase pieces that will keep collectors on their toes to hunt down. Each individual piece will include nearly 30 individual parts as M2 prides itself on offering enthusiasts the most detailed and accurately replicated diecast models on the market in 1/64th scale.  

“We are so excited to be working with Castline on a NHRA diecast collectibles program,” says Andrew Lieb, president, JRL Group. “NHRA continues to build on the relationship with fans that start when they are kids and we want fans of all ages to experience the high octane NHRA brand through a wide variety of official licensed products.” 

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