Casting : Snake 2
Years of Production:
Country of Origin:
The engine is riveted to the base
Paint Colors and Variations:
White with user applied stickers
Black with prop (removable) with clear glass
Other versions of same Casting:
1970 Snake Funny Car
1973 Snake Funny Car
1974 Top Eliminator
The Snake Funny car (Barracuda) casting was also produced in Mexico by CIPSA.
Snake II Funny Car
Issued in conjunction with sponsorship of Don Prudhomme on the NHRA circuit, the Snake II is a re-issue of the 1970 casting.
Interior of the Snake II
Featuring the same interior roll cage, body prop and glass as the earlier version.
Base of the Snake II
The engine of the Snake II is a separate piece that is riveted to the base, holding the plastic wheel strip in place.
1971 vs. 1973 Bases
Being white, the 1971 Snake is often confused with the 1973 version, however as check of the base is
simple and definitive way to tell them apart. Only the 1973 version has a complete oil pan.
The casting number on the inside of the body is "6409" whereas the 1973 version and sometimes,
the Top Eliminator version have casting numbers of "6969".
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