This is probably my favorite version of the Quick Sander as it is trying to depict a red bull livery. I got this one at a Target about a month ago when they filled up the MBX pegs with an old case. I bought it with 14 other cars, including the red 1m and 4c. Only one photo today as I was just experimenting taking jump…
As I was typing up the last post, I received a package, which included these two Matchbox Laser Wheels cars that I won on eBay. They were immediately DLMed and taken outside to be photographed.
So last night I got around to doing a tampo delete on the Target Retro Hurst Olds, which got me thinking about G-Bodies, of which I have recently acquired several.
Have you ever said HWEP like an actual word? Sounds like a cat horfing up a hairball.
During my lunch break, I popped by my local Target and found this guy.
I just picked up these four from the Flea Market about a week or so ago.
Schuco piccolo edition!
Back in 02, Hot Wheels put out a green mini. These were popular at the time, and they did multiple versions of it. The normal version was green with a checkerboard roof, and there were 2 common wheel variations. Then they put out a harder to find version with a striped roof, with Hot Wheels Collectors.com logos on the…
Before I started on making my rat rods/junk yard cars I did do a clean custom. This 53 Chevy gasser was a rebirth in my try at customs
To be honest, before discovering LaLD my knowledge of cars was woeful. And I like cars! I’ve owned cool cars like a BMW 2002, an XR4Ti, a Jeep Wrangler and a MINI Cooper S. And they were great and tons of fun - well, except the Money-Pit MINI. But thanks to this site and its wonderful contributors, I’ve discovered an…
I love this DS, as a car like this needs an unsubtle glitter-flake green paint job.
I do not know a lot about pre-war classics. I do know Bugatti was the brand to beat when it comes to style and performance though. And directly after the war Bugatti tried to conquer the market once more. With the T101. No Turbos in this one, T is just for Type.
I found my led light strips, so a little experimentation was on order. I had no real objective in mind, so the experiment was a success!
It’s still Thursday somewhere. I’ll post more about this hopefully this weekend or next week, but I’ve a lot of fun working on some custom creations the past month. This was the only picture I got before sending it off...
This was supposed to be a Wednesday ORAT post but realized it didn’t make much sense so got postponed to today as Truckin’ Thursday ORAT. Group of friends went on a snowy adventure with some rather mean trucks.
Found this 1970 Matchbox series No.23 Volkswagen Camper (dormobile) for 25 cents!!!
This little beast is really cool. Its best feature is the removable plastic top. Matchbox has a version of the Ford Model A I have posted before, but theirs is made in all metal with a plastic roof on the box, nice little casting as well.
As a huge Prince fan, I felt it would be a disservice to not get this in sky blue, a la Raspberry Beret. In addition, with my yellow AUTOart E46, Melbourne Red Kyosho E92, an Austin Yellow or Black Sapphire would ruin a certain color scheme in my cabinet I had going.
I have two versions of this casting, this one is my favorite, I like the color even if it is a rolling add for Fram filters, the paint job is great looking. The other one I have is purple (I bought it because I forgot I had this one already), purple doesn’t complement the shape of the truck too well.
Lovely race car, every detail on this casting screams “faaaaaaaaaaaaster!!!!!” Hot wheels did a great job with this casting, my only pet peeve is the different size wheels front and back, they should have kept both front and back the same size. I really like that fin in the back, the pointy headlights and that grin :)