Black diecast body with chrome door handles and headlight trim. Gold pinstriping and Firebird emblem on hood. Recessed body panel lines for realistic appearance. Authentic Ram Air hood and front fender scoops. Clear plastic windows. Hood opens to show detailed Pontiac 6.6 liter engine. Doors open to show detailed black interior, including dash with gauges and gold insert, console with shifter and CB radio, black and gold steering wheel, and realistically molded seats and door panels. Detailed undercarriage. Gold honeycomb wheels with Goodyear white letter tires. Working steering mechanism.
They were East Bound and Down in this classic late '70s comedy that not only capitalized on the CB craze, but also featured some of the wildest auto- motive stunts ever filmed. The Bandit (C.B. handle) and The Snowman are two over-the-road drivers who accept a challenge to deliver a trailer of beer from Texarkana, TX to Atlanta, GA. The only catch is they need to deliver it in a period of time not conducive to following the speed limit! Hounded by local lawman Buford T. Justice every step of the way, the boys take to the highway to earn a very impressive payday - with The Snowman in the 18-wheeler and the Bandit running interference.