A company is honoring a NASCAR legend from Danville with a die cast car.

Wendell Scott’s powder blue 1965 Ford Galaxie will be the 13th die cast car made at 1:24-scale by Plan B sales.

Scott competed in NASCAR from 1961 to 1973. On Dec. 1, 1963 he became the first African-American driver to win a major NASCAR touring race.

Scott, who drove the No. 34 car, competed as an independent driver and did not have sponsorship from major corporations.

This will be the 13th car produced by Plan B sales. The other 12 cars are:
• Bobby Allison – 1969 Mercury Cyclone (Holman-Moody)
• Donnie Allison – 1969 Ford Torino Cobra (Banjo Matthews)
• Mario Andretti – 1968 Mercury Cyclone (Holman-Moody)
• A.J. Foyt – 1969 Ford Torino Cobra (Jack Bowsher)
• Ned Jarrett – 1965 Ford Galaxie (Bondy Long)
• Junior Johnson – 1965 Ford Galaxie (Junior Johnson)
• Fred Lorenzen – 1965 Ford Galaxie (Holman-Moody)
• David Pearson – 1969 Ford Torino Talladega (Holman-Moody)
• David Pearson – 1971 Mercury Cyclone (Wood Brothers)
• Darrell Waltrip – 1971 Mercury Cyclone (Darrell Waltrip)
• Cale Yarborough – 1969 Mercury Cyclone (Wood Brothers)
• LeeRoy Yarbrough – 1969 Mercury Cyclone (Junior Johnson)
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