Lionel Racing: Octane Garage

Designed and developed by the artists of Lionel Racing, the cars in the Octane Garage line aren’t just your average die-cast. Instead, they are a series of throwback, American muscle machines that you won’t find on the track but that you just might see in the garages of motorsports’ biggest legends!

This fantasy die-cast line is inspired by some of racing’s most memorable personalities. Developed for racing stars across all eras of the sport, each car has its own personality. Whether it’s a flame design added to a 1979 Chevrolet Camaro for Dale Earnhardt Jr. or Tony Stewart’s retro 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle sporting a skull on the hood, each Octane Garage die-cast proves to be a one-of-a-kind addition to any collection.

The first Octane Garage die-cast were introduced in 2012, and a line of Octane Garage apparel was offered soon after.

Octane Garage is an evergreen brand that will continue to evolve as new drivers, die-cast and products are offered.

Created for NASCAR champion Tony Stewart, this 1965 Chevrolet Chevelle was the first die-cast in the Octane Garage line.

The 2nd Car released in Lionel Racing's Octane Garage line of diecast - Lionel Racing captures Dale Jr.’s throwback style with a 1979 Octane Garage Chevrolet Camaro 1:24 scale diecast.

The third release in the Octane Garage series, this old-school 1979 Camaro was created for veteran NASCAR driver Mark Martin.

This old school 1969 Chevrolet Camaro was designed for NASCAR hero Richard Childress and inspired by Richard Childress Racing’s most famous paint scheme.

Tweeted by Waltrip himself, Darrell Waltrip’s 1955 Chevrolet Nomad 1:24 Octane Garage diecast is a fan favorite! Designed as if Waltrip had it customized himself, this die-cast features the famous words“Boogity, Boogity, Boogity®!” on the rear quarter panel.