In the late 70s, Dodge introduced their high-performance “factory-custom” pickups in the form of the Warlock, Lil’ Red Express, and the mighty Power Wagon. Buyers leaned toward the younger generation since these “trick trucks” offered both power and fetching good looks of a personalized custom. Options included custom wheels, wide tires, bucket seats, and a Utiline bed with real oak sideboards. Inside the cab, luxuries included a radio, air conditioning, cruise control, a rear cargo light, and a clock. All original Warlock models were black with gold pinstripes, but with the introduction of the new 1979 Warlock II, buyers could select one of six optional colors.
For the first time, Auto World has replicated this 1979 Dodge Warlock II in a 1:18 scale! This die-cast features a NEWLY TOOLED 1979 front grill and hood to accurately portray the Warlock II just as it looked at the local Dodge dealership. Smothered in Canyon Red, the exterior is accented with the optional gold striping and filigree. This Warlock isn’t just a truck; its magical sorcery helped make Dodge one of the fastest-growing truck brands in the 1970s.
- Featuring Newly-tooled Hood and Single-Headlight Front Grille
- 1:18 scale die-cast replica
- Canyon Red with Gold Striping and Filigree
- Newly tooled Hood and Quad-headlight Front Grille
- Detailed Engine
- Steerable Front Wheels
- Accurate Interior and Chassis
- Opening Doors, Hood, and Tailgate