Comments about Lionel Racing Ryan Newman #31 Grainger 2016 Chevrolet SS NASCAR Diecast Car (1:64 Scale)

Lionel Racing Ryan Newman #31 Grainger 2016 Chevrolet SS NASCAR Diecast Car (1:64 Scale)

In 2016, Ryan Newman will again be piloting the #31 Grainger Chevrolet. Grainger’s slogan, “For the ones who get it done,” is a perfect representation of Newman’s successful track record. With his incredible pole-winning skills and victories at the sport’s most prestigious races such as the Daytona 500, Brickyard 400, and the All-Star race, Newman is sure to top the leaderboard this season!


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