From Action Performance Companies 1/24th scale. 1978 Don “the Snake” Prudhomme’s Army Plymouth Arrow.
The car won the last of "the Snake’s” four consecutive championships from 1975-1978. This car might be most remembered for actually NOT winning a round of racing. That would be the iconic 1978 U.S. Nationals final round when “the Snake” lined up against “the Mongoose,” Tom McEwen, for the Wally at the Big Go. McEwen would defeat his friend and rival Prudhomme just weeks after the passing of McEwen’s son, Jamie, from cancer. The car was recently purchased by collector Don Trasin, who not only owns the Arrow but also the 1978 Corvette of McEwen. Both cars no reside side by side in the NHRA Museum and, according to “Snake,” the Arrow is “the real deal.” This set is 100% complete and is in great condition. Ready to display in your collection!! All orders are professionally packaged. Please note that on all orders shipping outside the U.S. we only ship with the U.S. Postal Service. For the best in NHRA related memorabilia come check us out at WWW.GROUNDPOUNDIN.COM 480-983-3838. Please don't forget to subscribe to our web site stay on top of what's going on in the motorsports memorabilia world!!