1968 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 Sea Terror 1:18 scale diecast drag car by Lane Collectables Exact Detail in seafoam green metallic with black stripes and a black interior. Model features opening hood, doors, and trunk as well as a detailed 302 cubic inch small block, 4-speed Rock Crusher Transmission, cowl plenum intake, headers, Cragar wheels, rear drag slicks, front skinny tires, traction bars, and more. 1 of 996!
From the box: This Sea Terror drag car was owned by Don Walker and sponsored by Rockville Chevrolet from Rockville, Maryland. Sea Terror raced in E/Stock and set a national record with a 12.01 e.t. at 114.94 mph during the division 1 points race at York US 30 Dragway in Thomasville, Pennsylvania. Later that season, the Sea Terror became the first "stock" Camaro to break into the 11 second bracket.
In 1970, its final year of racing, the Sea Terror held the F/Stock record and was noted as the fastest 1968 Z/28 Camaro in the country. Along with other notable Z/28 racers - among them Dave Strickler and Bill "Grumpy" Jenkins - the Sea Terror ruled the Stock Eliminator classes. In its short two year racing career, the little "Z" set many milestoners and was a feared and respected competitor wherever it raced.
Today, the car is still in the Walker family, and it looks like it did 36 years ago...ready to race and ready to win. Like all of its counterparts, the Sea Terror Z/28 has a rich performance and racing heritage, just one amazing fracet of a highly collectable car that was a legend from its first day of existence.