These are some of THE coolest collectables available. Celebrate AC/DC's 17th studio album and tour, Power Up, with the bands 64th Scale Peterbilt Model 389, made right here in Dubuque by First Gear! These sweet big-wheelers feature the photos of the band themselves as well as band logos and imagery for their current tour and  album.


And you can get them in Black...

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and Red variations

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Power Up marks the return of vocalist Brian Johnson, drummer Phil Rudd, and bassist Cliff Williams; all of whom left AC/DC before, during, and after the supporting tour for their previous album Rock or Bust in 2014! This is also the band's first album since the death of co-founder and rhythm guitarist Malcolm Young in 2017 and it serves as a tribute to him. Celebrate the album that reached number one in 21 countries and has sold over 1.4 million copies worldwide.

These authentic Peterbilt Model 389 63" Mid-Roof Sleeper Cab diecast metal replica models comes paired with a Kentucky Moving Trailer that features an opening hood with authentic engine detail, poseable front wheels, accurately detailed cab interior, pivoting fifth-wheel for trailer attachment, functioning trailer landing gear/jack stands, and detailed chassis and undercarriage. You can see the band's iconic logo and thunderbolt throughout the trucks. It also features art and photography from the album on both sides of the trailers. Replica's will come in custom AC/DC® packaging.

Hurry! These collectibles are being sold for a limited time and only from First Gear! And right now save 23% off your purchase! Use promo code "EAGLE" at check-out! Choose between the band’s red and black, or black and yellow collectible trucks; or don't, and buy both!

Follow these links to buy yours today:


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Use promo code "EAGLE" at check-out to Save 23%!

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