Cotton Owens '37 Plymouth Coupe NASCAR Modified
1/64 scale replica by Ertl
Founding Fathers Series 2 1 of 10,000
Dubbed "King of the Modifieds," Owens began his career driving this famous 1937 Dodge on NASCAR's Modified circuit in 1946. In 1950, he took the souped-up Dodge to victory 54 times on tracks throughout the South, including 24 in a row. Cotton won the U.S. Modified title 3 times and won the old beach and road course in Daytona Beach, Florida in 1953, 1954 and 1957 - still holding the track record until the beach course was abandoned in 1959 with the debut of the now famous Daytona International Speedway. - SOLD OUT!
Cotton Owens #6 1962 Pontiac
1/64 scale replica by Racing Collectables
Limited Edition Legend Series 1 of 15,000
When Owens wasn't racing Mopars, he was hot rodding 405 horsepower Pontiacs like the one pictured above. He successfully campaigned the above Pontiac Catalina on both dirt and pavement in NASCAR Grand National competition. On our Retrocard3 web page, we show Cotton after one of two victories on the 1/2 mile dirt at Spartanburg Fairgrounds, his hometown track, in a 1960 Pontiac Catalina much like the one offered above, save for the 333 hp V-8! - SOLD OUT!
Pete Hamilton #6 1971 Plymouth Satellite
1971 Plymouth Satellite
1/64 scale replica by Playing Mantis
Stock Car Legends Series
Die-cast metal bodies and chassis, includes bonus Photo Card
This 1971 Plymouth continued Owens' success with Mopar power, in this case with Pete Hamilton behind the wheel. The famous blue and yellow #6 was sponsored by American Brakeblok and Plymouth. SOLD OUT!
We're not finished - this is only the beginning!
We're adding merchandise to our site just as fast as we can scan 'em in. We've just added new Cotton Owens Garage merchandise, including original Dodge Scat Pack decals and stickers, 1964 vintage Cotton Owens Garage brochures, Cotton Owens Garage and American Brakeblok uniform patches, and exclusive Gearhead Retrocard novelty postcards, Soon we'll be adding rare pictures, race car parts, and maybe even a NASCAR-spec Dodge 426 Hemi motor or two, who knows?! If there is a particular item you're looking for, or if you're interested in listing, selling, or trading some rare or highly collectable motorsports memorabilia,
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