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'69 Brawner Hawk
Debut Series Auto Affinity - Rebel Rods
Produced 2004 Only
Designer Clint Brawner (1:1)

Unknown (1:64)

Number G3775
Image Not Available


Description

The '69 Brawner Hawk is a Hot Wheels casting which debuted in the 2004 Auto Affinity - Rebel Rods Series. It is based on the real-life Ford powered Brawner Hawk III.

The Brawner Hawk was the culmination of years of mechanic work on front-engine Indy cars by Clint Brawner. Several variations of the car raced competed between 1965 and 1969. During those years, it gave a start to Mario Andretti's legendary racing career by scoring the Rookie of the Year and the USAC Championship in his and the car's first year. He also scored a win at the 1969 Indianapolis 500.

The Hot Wheels version was only ever released twice. Its first release was a replica of the 1969 Indy 500 winning '2' car and the second release was not based on any real-life scheme.

Versions

The '69 Brawner Hawk has come out in the following 1/64 scale versions:

Col # Year Series Color Tampo Base Color / Type Window Color Interior Color Wheel Type Toy # Country Notes / Variations Photo
3
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4
2004 Auto Affinity: Rebel Rods Red STP and Ford Logos, Various Sponsors Logos and '2' Red
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Metal
Clear Black DDRR G3775 China 20,000 Produced Image Not Available
3
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4
2004 Auto Affinity: Rebel Rods Yellow Red Scallops, Black Stripes and '8' Red
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Metal
Clear Black RR6SP G7797 China 20,000 Produced Image Not Available
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