I pre-ordered this Corey LaJoie 1:64 Die-Cast car on September 12, 2019 from LionelRacing.com. I chose the smallest size because it was $7.99 plus tax and shipping. I got 10% off, which was only $0.80. The total cost was $12.92. The car also comes in 1:24.
The race car features Scooby-Doo and Shaggy and is painted with similar colors as The Mystery Machine. While Lionel Racing no longer has the car available, you can try store.nascar.com or try Amazon.
The sides of the car have the number 32 on them, Scooby and Shaggy, the 50th logo, Corey LaJoie's name above the door, CorvetteParts website and some other stickers. I think it's really kind of funny that the car is a Mustang and it is advertising CorvetteParts.net. I am not a fan of Mustangs at all, but I do really like Corvettes. I would love to own a 78 Corvette Pace Car with the official Pace Car decals!
The front of the car has Scooby and Shaggy with the 50th Anniversary logo next to them. It has Mustang on the front and the Ford and Mustang logos.
The back of the car also has Scooby and Shaggy on it, the Ford logo, a sticker for CorvetteParts.net, the 50th Anniversary logo, and the number 32. I don't know that race cars typically have license plates, but I do think the toys should have one.
Here is a look at the top of the car.
And at the bottom of the car.
The car is packaged in this box that has Corey LaJoie on it. The car is for ages 4 and up.
The other side of the box has the Action Racing Collectables logo.
The car is packaged really well. It was in the box and surrounded by plastic.
One side of the box has the bar code and NASCAR logo.
The other side has some more info about the scale of the car, and shows that it is limited edition.
The bottom of the box has the Lionel Racing logo, copyright info, warnings, and shows the car is copyright 2019 and made in China.