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Fast & Furious Mr. Little Nobody's Subaru WRX STI Diecast 1:32 - Jada Toys

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Fast & Furious Mr. Little Nobody's Subaru WRX STI Diecast 1:32 - Jada Toys
Regular price $9.99
Regular price $15.99 Sale price $9.99
Shipping calculated at checkout.

The Fast & Furious Mr. Little Nobody's Subaru WRX STI Diecast 1:32 by Jada Toys is a meticulously crafted scale model replica of the Subaru WRX STI featured in the popular movie franchise "Fast & Furious." This specific version is associated with the character Mr. Little Nobody from the series.

Scale: With a scale of 1:32, this model offers a detailed representation of the vehicle, scaled down to about 32 times smaller than the actual car.

Brand: Jada Toys is a well-respected manufacturer of diecast model cars and collectibles, known for their attention to detail and accuracy in replicating iconic vehicles.

Car Model: The Subaru WRX STI is a high-performance sports sedan known for its rally-inspired design and exceptional handling. In the "Fast & Furious" franchise, this Subaru model is associated with the character Mr. Little Nobody, who is a government agent played by Scott Eastwood.

Diecast: Crafted using the diecast manufacturing process, this model offers a high level of detail, capturing the Subaru's distinct features and design elements with precision.

Details: The model likely features intricate details such as accurately reproduced body lines, interior elements, and wheels. Certain parts might be designed to open, providing a glimpse into the detailed interior and engine compartment.

Fast & Furious Theme: The "Fast & Furious" movie series is renowned for its adrenaline-pumping action and iconic cars. The inclusion of Mr. Little Nobody's Subaru WRX STI adds to the franchise's tradition of showcasing unique and customized vehicles.

Collectibility: Enthusiasts and collectors will appreciate the attention to detail in this scale model, as well as its connection to the movie series. It offers a chance to own a piece of the "Fast & Furious" world in miniature form.

This scale model appeals to fans of the "Fast & Furious" franchise, as well as diecast model collectors, who can enjoy a detailed and accurate representation of Mr. Little Nobody's Subaru WRX STI that captures the excitement of the movies.

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