AC/DC: "Power On" Die Cast Trucks

2021-11-24 03:30:53 By : Ms. Rose Liao

First Gear collaborated with AC/DC to launch a new limited edition copy of rock and roll, which includes the band’s seventeenth studio album "Power Up". 1/64 Peterbilt 389 truck is painted with black finish, and the rear of the cab, the cab door and the traction seat plate are decorated with AC/DC bolts. The mobile trailer for Kentucky is matte black and features art and photography from the album. Each limited edition model will be packaged in a custom AC/DC PWR/UP designed carton.

This authentic Peterbilt type 389 63-inch mid-top sleeper cab die-cast metal replica model is paired with a Kentucky mobile trailer, and has an open hood with real engine details, a posed front wheel, and precise and detailed Inside the cab, pivotal fifth wheel for trailer attachments, fully functional trailer landing gear/jack bracket, and detailed chassis and landing gear. This high-quality replica is decorated with black paint. You can see the band’s iconic logo and thunderbolt all over the truck. There are trailers for the art and photography works in the album on both sides. This replica will be packaged in customized AC/DC.

This 1/64 scale replica is approximately 14.25 inches long, 1.75 inches wide, and 2.75 inches high.

For more information, please visit the official online shop of AC/DC.

"Power Up" was released in November 2020. LP features the current AC/DC lineup, including Brian Johnson (vocal), Phil Rudd (drums), Cliff Williams (bass), Angus Young (guitar) and Stevie Young (guitar). It was recorded for six weeks with producer Brendan O'Brien at Warehouse Studios in Vancouver in August 2018 and September 2018. He also participated in "Black Ice" in 2008 and "Rock Or Bust" in 2014. .

"Power Up" ranked first in 18 countries/regions, including the United States, and sold more than 117,000 copies in the first week. "Power Up" marks AC/DC's sixth first album in Australia. The band is the only Australian band in history to have its first album in five decades: "Back In Black" (1980s) , "Ballbreaker Live" (1990s), "Black Ice" (2000s), "Rock Or Bust" (2010s) and "Power Up" (2020s).

"Power Up" is the fastest-selling album in at least its three largest markets (the United States, Australia, and the United Kingdom) in 2020, and it ranked first when it debuted in these markets.

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