My man Witheredcustomz and I are in the middle of a custom-for-custom trade, and his end came in on Friday. There was a TON of amazing RAOK stuff in the box that I will share later, but here are the two customs, because they are insane.
Tomica’s latest TLV Porsche 911S sure is great and a lot of us seem to have gotten it. We’ve all seen those recent posts on it. I got it as well and it’s my second TLV 911S, as I did get the yellow one over two years ago. What I don’t get however, is why those Minichamps64s in fact never really catched on.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Did you know that on April 24, 1957, the Skyline debuted on a rainy day at the famed Tokyo Takarazuka Theater? My 68th post is about that beginning.
Last month I completed this pair of Tomica Porsches 911 (991) for Ziggurat Stardust as a birthday present for his father. They are meant to mimic his Lava Orange 1:1.
Two weeks ago I showed the 1/64 Ferrari 360 Challenge Stradale by Bburago and complained about those hideous wheels. One of the best features on those Bburago 1/64s though is... Easiest wheelswap ever. Because screwed underpinnings!
For Sant’Agata Saturday, I’d like to show the Gallardo Superleggera by Motor Max.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Another M2 kit for my 65th post with the legendary ‘55 Bel Air.
First of all THANK YOU PLASTICPRINTS for making this comparison happen in the first place. Thanks to you I finally know what it feels like to own a TLV.
SO... I went on another safari, recently. This one was a little shorter than the last one but the post is still kinda image heavy... ok, maybe a few captions:) After this one, I had a few ideas for the next one. I hope you enjoy!
One of the most sought-after Subarus in the world. The 22B, launched in 1998, was used to commemorate Subaru’s 40th anniversary as well as the third consecutive manufacturers title in the World Rally Championship.
Here is the requested close-up of my modified wide-five wheels.
A few weeks ago I excitedly stumbled across these three trucks at a diecast shop. I like military vehicles, but I haven’t really collected any to this point. The owner had these marked as $4 each, which seemed pretty good to me.
you start with something simple. Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. I see a lot of customizer showing off their wares so I decided to do one on my 64th post with a cobra, powered by Ford model kit.
I had other Teutonic plans for today but when I saw R32Rennsport’s announcement it’s 550 Spyder Day today I decided to skip the initial idea and tag along. A little throwback.
The 488 GTB in 1/64 scale brought to you by Burago.
Last week I ran into Bburago’s line of 1/64 Ferraris. Boxed, about 2,50 euros, what’s not to love? Well, I only found one that I wanted to take home actually. This F360 Challenge Stradale. Or did that one officially came without the F360-part in it’s name?
Right! So it’s been a while since I posted on LaLD the culprit being my job and lifestyle. But I somehow manage to take the time out of my busy schedule to work on my customs. Been experimenting a lot lately with a lotta stuff on my customs of which my latest exploits are a working suspension system.
I finally added some detailing to this beauty. I like her much more now.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Have you ever resisted getting a model since it is not something that you truly desire or collect but yet made you change your mind? For my 57th post, this is how it came about.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Ok the lyrics were slightly change but definitely rhymes with the actual song. You know which song, right? Ok, before we start humming it’s time for another truckin’ Thursday with the Dodge twins for my 56th post.