More then likely I'm wrong but, I don't think the 25 or so Choo Choo's in that picture are from the 120 give away's. I say this because the pictured Choo Choo's all have the SS decal on the front facia (that I could tell). If you watch the IROC-SS website video you'll notice when they leave, driving their Choo Choo's, that the front facias either have a license mounted or only the license plate mounting bracket! No SS decals.I think you are correct and they only had a short time to build the 120 for the event. I think the photo below was taken in 1984, and these are some of the 120 Elkys used for the event (I count at least 25 in the photo). Note they have the 1983-1985 style side mirrors; making it plausible that these are some of the 1984s from the video.
I don't know the legality of copying a reproduction (it's got a Choo Choo P/N 19940) VHS tape and selling it in DVD form! Besides, I don't have the equipment to copy it to a DVD disc.Copy it and I'll buy a copy,or have it downloaded to a dvd disc
I saw that. It's for a Choo Choo Customs El Camino sales promotion.DVD for sale on E-bay for $6.64-free shipping.
Unfortunately there isn't one. I tried making one using a basic Ertl Choo Choo El Camino model kit I got from Ebay, but unfortunately my model-making skills are limited :banghead:. In the overall picture of famous Pace Cars the IROC-S is a relative unknown when compared to the Camaro and Corvette Pace Cars, so I wouldn't expect to see any die-cast models of it anytime soon. But I'd sure like to see one made one day.Where can you get a model pace car of the IROC-S. That they used at the races. :nanawrench: