Here is my small collection of Greenlight camaros. As you can probably tell, my favorite casting is the 70s Camaro.
The Johnny Lightning 40th anniversary series came out in 2009. It consisted of 8 releases throughout the year with a dozen cars in each release. There were quite a few wheel variations, although I'm not sure if every release had a car with wheel variations. I've posted some of the ones in my collection that I was able to find. From top to bottom, in no particular order:
66 Pontiac GTO from Release 6.
65 Chevy Impala from Release 8.
65 Mustang Fastback from Release 1.
70 Dodge Challenger from Release 5.
69 Chevy Camaro from Release 6.
69 Chevy Camaro from Release 1.
Do you have any Johnny Lightnings in your collection that are the same casting but with different wheels?
Found these 2 Green Machines at my local Walmart. Pictured above is a 1966 Shelby GT-350H. The regular car is sapphire blue in colour.
The other Green Machine is the 1970 Plymouth GTX whose normal colour is Ivy Green.
Both of these beauties belong to the GL Muscle Series Release 12. The other cars in this release include the turquoise 68 Ford Mustang, yellow 70 Dodge Challenger, ivory gold mist 68 Buick GS and orange 69 Yenko Chevelle.
Brand: Johnny Lightning
Model: 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby
Series: Pony Power R2
Year Released: 2007
Features: Opening hood, rubber tires - uniroyal tiger paw, chrome cragar rims
I've got a few Pontiac GTOs in my Johnny Lightning collection. Here's some past pictures I've taken of them.
This one is a 67 GTO but I don't remember from which release because I think I swapped out the original rims.
Another 67 GTO, this is the stock version from the Classic Gold series.
A 1965 GTO, part of the Classic Plastic series released in 2006.
Look what just pulled in. A car carrier with a full load of Johnny Lightning die-cast cars. Johnny Lightning has a series called Black With Flames. Can you guess why? I have quite a few but most of my Black with Flames collection is still in package, but here are some loose ones for you to enjoy.
Pictured above is a 1969 AMC AMX with metallic black paint, bright yellow hood and red and blue flames. I customized it by replacing the original rims with chrome steel wheels.
Next up is a 1966 Dodge Charger, black with white flames.
This one is a 1968 Oldsmobile 442. It's black with white flames fading to yellow.
This 1959 Chevy Impala is a favorite of mine. It's black with green flames. This one is customized with wire wheels.
Lastly, this 1970 Dodge Challenger sizzles with it's bright red flames licking the side of the car. Another one that I customized with Cragar wheels.
I had the fire department come by to put out the flames from these hot cars.