• Dec 8, 2008
Click above for high-res image gallery of the Automoblox T9-SE Signature Series

Like the Ford F-350 Harley Davidson Edition, Dodge Ram Big Horn Edition and Ivon "Ironman" Stewart Signature Series Tundra from Toyota, Automoblox has just debuted a new special edition version of its own T9 truck in time for the holidays. Called the T9-SE Signature Series, the new heavy hauler sports silver and red emblems, the signature of designer Patrick Calello himself, metallic black connectors, a painted pick-up bed and specially decorated people inside the cab. While the T9-SE is going for the same price as other special edition models at the Automoblox Store ($40), it is the toy maker's first truly limited edition model. As such, only 2,000 have been and will ever be made. After the initial run is sold out, the T9-SE will be an instant collector's item. We would suggest not taking your T9-SE out of the box if you get one, but honestly, we doubt there's much chance of that happening.


[Source: Automoblox]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      Well I recently got a C9-R this will probably be my next one. I got my nice one of the pink ones (C9p) for Christmas. Now I just have to decide if I'll get one or two...
      • 6 Years Ago
      That is better looking than the Tundra.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I've been collecting these for my son, and have the whole set including the mini's. I just ordered 2 of the SE trucks today.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Ordered one this morning! I think these things are brilliant. This will be my 5th.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Where is this wood toy obsession coming from? I loved toy cars when I was a kid, and I can still appreciate them, but why the spotlight on these? Why not on some other models by Hot Wheels, Majorette, Burago ? Is this a paid add, or is someone just obsessed with these enough to post about every new model?
        • 6 Years Ago
        I don't quite get it either. I guess they are kinda cool, but seem too expensive and too simple. Make them rubber band powered or add some complexity to the construction. I think my nephew would get bored with that real quick and he is just barely 3, the minimum age.
      • 6 Years Ago
      Not sure how well wooden toy cars like that will hold up, but it's adorable. I think they will sell better as collectibles than everyday toys for kids. I'll stick with my diecast models though.