For the Gearheads, these are the perfect gifts. Decorate or collect model engines and model cars from The Earl Station. The die cast engine models are full of details. The air cleaners are removable so that the four-barrel carburetor details are visible. The drag racing engines have blowers that show extreme details. Turn the flywheel and the belts on the front rotate the alternator and the blower. The car models have working doors and hoods. Lift the hood and you see lots of engine details.
The Earl Station offers these detailed die-cast 1:6 scale engines from the Muscle Car era. Get one for your children or grandchildren to show them what made a Muscle Car a Muscle Car, POWER!
These Liberty Classics collector models are collectors' favorites. Unique, innovative, detailed and authentic!
- 6.5" long, perfect for display on a shelf, like our '59 Corvette Shelf or the Open Road Shelf attached to the '57 Bel Air Mirror
- Operating pulleys and belts drive the alternator, power steering motor, blower, etc. when the flywheel is turned
- Removable air cleaner
- Includes fuel lines, fuel log with gauges and hoses
- Spark plug wires
- Chrome plated valve cover, pulleys and air conditioner pump
- High performance distributor and dual plane intake manifold
When Carroll Shelby wanted to put a big block American engine in a lightweight European Style sports car, he went for the real big block, a 427 CID. We now have a 1/6 scale version of that engine. You can take your Cobra down to the track.
In 2008, Dodge produced the 6.1 Liter Hemi for the Challenger. The SRT 6.1L HEMI kicks out 425 horsepower and 420 lb-ft of torque. The Earl Station hopes that Chrysler survives so it can continue to produce great engines like this one, a tribute to the muscle car days.
This is a model of the engine that made the Corvette the hot American Sports car. This is "Heavy Iron".
Chrysler introduced the 426 Hemi in 1964 as a racing engine. It went on to produce a street version with lower compression ratio (10.25:1), milder valve timing, and different intake and exhaust manifolds. Cast iron heads were used on the street version instead of aluminum to make it more reliable. Eight years of production life produced little change in this Muscle Maker. The advertised horsepower and torque ratings were 425 hp at 5000 rpm and 490 ft-lbs of torque at 4000 rpm. These engines were installed in the Hemi Cuda, Hemi Roadrunner, etc.
This is the racing version of the famous MOPAR Hemi. This 1/6 scale die-cast engine features a removable race air cleaner, NASCAR intake manifold, single four-barrel carburetor, deep pan and headers. The starter motor gear drives the flywheel gear which turns the fan, fan pulleys belts and alternator. Fuel system includes fuel lines, filter and pump.
In 1964 Ford wanted to compete with the Chrysler Hemi, so they secretly developed an overhead cam version of the high performance FE block, the legendary 427 SOHC. This engine has become known as the Cammer. The Cammer weighed 680 pounds and was virtually built by hand. It featured hemispherical combustion chambers and overhead cams. Factory ratings were 615 hp at 7000 rpm with a single 4-barrel and 657 hp at 7500 rpm with dual carbs.
The Street Rod Engine has all the proper equipment for the modern rod engine - (Reproduced in plastic) Billet aluminum valve covers, air breather, polished A/C compressor and alternator, chrome starter and fuel pump. Also included are anodized fuel fittings and braided line, polished pullies, water pump and heat coated shorty headers!
In 1963 Chevrolet offered the L-84 360 horsepower "Fuelie", fuel injected 327 CID engine for the Corvette. This fuel injected ‘Vette engine was possibly the greatest production fuel injected V-8 produced in the early fuel injection era. This 1/6th scale model includes details like the fuel injection block, ignition shield, operating pulleys and belts and Corvette valve covers. This is the perfect gift for any Corvette lover. Find more Die-Cast engines here!
From the late '60s. This 1:6 scale model of the 8,000 horsepower drag racing engine has detailed blower case with real compression springs & bolts just below the front cover case with ribbed blower belt that turns the blower, crankshaft and idler pulleys. Chrome plated blower scoop complete with butterfly vanes & spring linkage and nitro methane fuel hoses. Heavy-duty fuel pump with high-pressure braided line and racing distributor, magneto & ignition wiring add to the realistic look. The final touches are hollow exhaust pipes, racing oil manifold, hoses, and low profile dragster oil pan. Plated valve covers.
From the late '60s. This 1:6 scale drag racing engine has detailed blower case with real compression springs & bolts with ribbed blower belt that turns the blower, crankshaft and idler pulleys. Chrome plated blower scoop complete with butterfly vanes & spring linkage and nitro methane fuel hoses. Heavy-duty fuel pump with high-pressure braided line and racing distributor, magneto & ignition wiring add to the realistic look. The final touches are hollow exhaust pipes, racing oil manifold, hoses, and low profile dragster oil pan. Plated valve covers.
The beloved '57 Chevy Bel Air. You wanted one, didn't you? Relive those years with this handcrafted artist's rendition of the classic '57 Chevy Bel Air. This fun fiberglass wall decor depicts your car memory and a working clock. Every day you'll look at it and smile! Only The Earl Station offers this clock with a beautiful shiny auto paint finish. We professionally custom paint it ourselves with the highest quality auto paint. You won't believe the amazing difference!
Available in Red, Black or Turquoise.