Two All-Time Classic Cars Now Available At Car Models Of Braidwood

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* Braidwood - New South Wales - Australia

BRAIDWOOD, Australia - Oct. 8, 2019 - PRLog -- Car Models of Braidwood, Australia's leading model car retailer, recently added the 1968 Shelby Mustang and 1969 Chevy Camaro to their lineup. These two legendary cars are the epitome of muscle cars and both are hard to find.

The 1969 Camaro can be considered one of the most sought after cars of the twentieth century.  This car painted red with white wall tires was the dream machine for teens of this decade.  For the model version of this car, great care was taken to ensure that every fine detail was matched perfectly for its size.

The next new arrival for those looking to start or add to their model car collection is the 68 Shelby Mustang.  This car has a history that dates back as far as the Mustang itself.  The sleek styling, fast speed and ease of handling made it a highly desirable car on the streets and in the races.  Now through detailed craftsmanship, you can own one of your very own.

Those who love collecting or have a passion for these cars in general will find these to be a valuable addition to any collection.  The different scale model cars available for sale at Car Models of Braidwood will delight anyone wishing to own a piece of history or start their very own collection.  With models ranging from a Fordson Power Major tractor to a Jaguar F-Type R Coupe there is something for everyone on any budget.

For those interested in these and other amazing diecast models, the place to start looking is at Car Models of Braidwood.  With their twenty-year history, this family-owned business is passionate about models and cars in general.  They can be found online at or at their new large store located at 198 Wallace Street, Braidwood, NSW Australia.
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