Most of us have these two, but I haven’t seen many images of them together. So here they are! They’re a great pairing and would go well together in some multi-millionaire’s garage.
I’ve kept my eyes open for a Bullitt Mustang if I ever chanced upon one. This one was hanging at ToysRUs a week or two ago, so I picked it up. It’s nice, and definitely something I want to have in my collection. This one is from Greenlight.
Well, Gigant... Not in the “capable to haul stuff” meaning probably but man this VW sell these a lot. A true giant that way. The VW Type 2 T1 Transporter.
I used to have my row of GTE-Pro (LMGT) and GTE-Am cars but I’ve taken those home to start a motor sports row to take my mind off work with a simple gaze at rad race car diecasts.
Desk buddies! Got any? Post em!:D
I’ve been wanting to do this for quite a bit and FINALLY, I’ve gotten around to it! Of course, I couldn’t stop at just a swap. I had to do the rear axel, tail lights and interior. I hope you enjoy!
And he’s very pleased with them. Still a WIP, and I’m still a noob at this (second time ever putting details on diecast) but besides the obvious, they included roll cage, interior, fresh idlers, and rolled down windows:D I hope you enjoy! In the meantime, I’m gonna have to keep practicing, to steady my hand.
You know those posts, where there are too many pics? Yea, me neither hahaha This safari has been long overdue! We found an ancient temple!
Oh yeah beh beh, my 1:64 Ferrari F192A Formula 1 car by Kyosho. This #28 was Capelli’s ride.
With all those HW Car Culture Modern Classics Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-16 EVO lls shown here lately it’s time to show the real deal. From a diecast era way, way behind us. I’ve shown one or two before. No worries though: I have more of these.
...no? Good morning, all! Now, enjoy this Teutonic thing, here:) This and the Defender 110 are my top two favorite castings from MBX.
I just got these in and they’re great! I’ll spare you the detailed pics, since others have already done that (I’m pretty sure). pow pow :D
Just a couple of Defenders I scored. I’m thinking I need to do another ‘safari’ shoot, soon. Whaddya say?:D
But, it’s for everyone’s viewing pleasure;) I promised a little comparison, so here we go. Tarmac Works and Schuco. Some pretty detailed cars in 1:64 scale. Image heavy!
Was it over the woods and through the river...? no? hah, well.. MY FIRST EVER CUSTOM. I don’t really have any space to work, so it is what it is. I can tell, however, that I’m going to LOVE customizing! Some will be shocked that it’s not a Porsche, however, this WAS my first 1:1. I hope you enjoy!
It took me four tries to work out the hinge, and did a terrible job sawing the hood out in the first place, but I still dig how it came out.
I cracked open this Mecum line model from Greenlight and boy, am I happy I did! The second one I was going to crack open put me in quite the conundrum, however:/ Maybe you can help me with that one.
It’s been a while since I built one of Kyosho’s 1/64 Ferraris. But this rainy Sunday I felt it was time to see of my daughter was ready to help out a bit. Achievement unlocked. (Animated GIF alert!)
This is my 1/64 Kyosho McLaren F1 GTR, chassis #17R. And it’s meeting its 1/1 self for the first time! This F1 GTR is owned by BMW North America. It is currently on display down here in South Carolina at the BMW Car Club of America Foundation, along with a number of significant BMWs. Why is there a McLaren in the mix?…
I hope to get some better photos of this jewel from my collection.