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Bobby Labonte Diecast by Jwints18 Custom Diecast

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Above: The car that clinched the Championship at Homestead Speedway in November 2000. This is an Action Elite that was custom built with MBNA as the main hood sponsor.

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Above: Is a picture of an early Bobby Labonte ride. It is a custom built Slim Jim Lumina which I believe he drove at Daytona in 1992. It was built from a 1/24 scale Action Lumina Blank.

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Above: In 1998 Bobby drove a number of special paint job cars including the Hot Rod Falmes car that was produced by the Diecast manufacturers. However He only drove the flames car once. This car is another Hot Rod Magazine 50th anniversary car however without the flames. He drove the Hot Rod Car without the flames a few times that year. This one is the No Bull car from Daytona. Note the silver number on the roof and the orange dot on the windshield. It was made from a 1/24 scale Action CWC.

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Above: On the left is a custom built #18 Shell car that Bobby drove once in one race in BGN. The same race Tony Stewart drove an identically painted car with the number 44. MCI was the rear deck sponsor however the decals come with Shell on the rear deck. It is a 1/24 scale Action Elite.
On the right is the BGN Championship car, Penrose Firecracker / Big Mama. It is a custom built 1/24 scale Revell Diecast that started life as a Terry Labonte Sunoco Olds. Bobby signed it at the fan club outing in Loudon NH in 2000 when I told him that it started as Terry's Sunoco car he quiped that he thought that his brother would like to forget those years.

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Above: During his Championship year Bobby had a number of different hood sponsors in several races. This is the Circuit City Hood sponsor. It was made from a 1/24 scale Action CWC.

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