Search
Close this search box.
Search
Close this search box.

5 of the Most Expensive NASCAR Diecasts

Article Contents

Aluma Trailers

In This Article

Picture of Matt Smith

Matt Smith

All Posts

Let us know what you think

Join the conversation on socials

Aluma Trailers

Diecasts. Miniature models of your favorite cars. They can be significant in many different ways. For some, they are avid collectors of their favorite driver. For others, it is all about the paint schemes. Whatever the reason, NASCAR diecasts are a favorite among the fans.

For those of you who appreciate the finer things in life, and money is no object, or for those who want to see just how crazy these mini cars can get, let’s take a look at some of the most expensive diecasts that have sold. All of the below are sold items, so someone actually paid these crazy prices.

If you have any of these diecasts, you may be sitting on a gold mine. Some of these diecasts cost more than a nice used car, so lets jump in.

$6,400 Gold Dale Earnhardt Autographed Prototype

When you think of expensive, gold comes to mind. Throw in the fact that this is not only autographed by the intimidator, but a prototype as well, and you can see the reasoning behind the price tag.

$1,025 Chase Elliott 2019 Watkins Glen win elite

Chase Elliott is by far NASCAR’s most popular driver. This diecast shows just how loyal his fan base is. FYI, the MSRP on this is $109. Some fans will pay whatever price to have a small piece of history.

$1,000 Jimmie Johnson 4X Champ prototype

Jimmie Johnson is one of the greatest of all time in NASCAR. He has records that may never be broke again. This car honors one of those such records, that was broken a year later with Johnson’s record 5th straight Cup Championship.

$1,500 Kyle Larson Target Night Door number

You think you are the most die hard Larson fan? This fan paid $1,500 for a 1 in 100 rookie season Larson diecast.

$1,200 Kyle Busch 2010 Sweep set

So this isn’t a single diecast, but man is it historic. This set of 3 diecasts from the first ever NASCAR weekend sweep where Kyle Busch swept the Bristol weekend is a Rowdy fans dream.

Share this:

Picture of Matt Smith

Matt Smith

All Posts