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GET THE SPECIAL EDITION NORWALK/JOHN FORCE DIECAST

Nothing says a milestone like a great diecast.

And, along with the greatest of all time, the G.O.A.T., John Force, the Bader Family will honor 60 years of Summit Motorsports Park serving the drag racing community. Technically, the Baders have owned the Norwalk, Ohio-based facility for 50 years, but what’s a decade when you’ve had this much fun along the way?

The diecast was unveiled during the Cornwell Tools Night Under Fire on August 5, and even though the place was packed, not everyone got a shot at getting one of these milestone collectible pieces. The Baders confirmed this was the twelfth and final diecast collectible car in the long-standing series.

Symbolizing a lifetime dedicated to motorsports and entertainment, this highly sought-after 60/50 anniversary diecast car features the original Norwalk Dragway logo and embodies the spirit of American patriotism with its depiction of the American flag and fireworks. Emblazoned with the words “America’s Racetrack,” the Bader family proudly reflects their belief that the park owes its existence and success to its loyal fanbase.

Limited to just 1,500 units, each measuring 1/24th scale, these collector-grade diecast cars retail at $119 per unit, excluding shipping charges. For true collectors and enthusiasts, an exclusive edition of 100 sparkle paint premium finish 1/24th scale cars is also available. Priced at $199 per unit, these rare collectibles feature gold tires, commemorating the 50th anniversary, and a white diamond sparkle paint job, commemorating the 60th anniversary of Summit Motorsports Park.

To acquire a piece of this extraordinary family history, interested individuals may contact the Summit Motorsports Park office at 419-668-5555 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Only a limited number of the blue diecast cars are still available for purchase. The silver sparkle diecast cars have already sold out due to overwhelming demand.