All four releases plus the two ultra reds. I’m glad Round 2 is going to release some more soon!
The art of collecting die cast is a consistent battle between head and heart.
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.
On my 122nd post is one of the few Auto World that I was able to acquire before Walmart ceased to restock in our area. In fact it took me a while to find this model as this was a new tool at that time and either it was a victim of scalpers or Walmart was slow to restock. Presenting the first issue of the 1963 Dodge…
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
Thanks philiphilip for explaining HWEP and for this BEAUTY! It turns out I only need the black flake painted one and the Speed Machines variations, and I’ll be caught up. I love this casting!
Ok, I tried:D Just thought I’d share a sneak peek of some Schuco 1:64 diecast that I scored over the weekend. I am AMAZED at the detail. Anyone else collect Schuco? I’ll try to get some good shots and post them up, later. In the meantime...
Here’s my first shoot of the new GT40's on my diorama. I mainly focused on the race winner this time. A new backdrop would be nice, so I’m toying with some ideas. Preferably something a little less labor-intensive and also easier to store than this 4' diorama!
Today I present the only diecast I gained at the Rolex Reunion, picked out by my 5 year old (with just a little direction, I admit) after she said she wanted to buy me a dark blue car, because she knows that’s my favorite color. She also picked out a couple of casts from the Cars franchise, one for her and one for…
I just picked up this lovely COBRA hauler and decided to pair it with some related metal: Cobras, my Shelby Daytona Coupe, and of course my new GT40s.
You did know I love GT40s, right?
Hi LaLD! I haven’t posted in a bit; last weekend I moved, so a lot of the time around that was spent packing and unpacking. And, as it turns out, buying die-cast. So here’s everything I’ve picked up in the past few weeks. There are definitely some goodies in here.
Ford’s new GT is one of my all-time favorite cars. The shape is exciting, futuristic, and totally unique. Yet it retains its heritage and builds upon its history. Iterations of the GT are few and far between. They’ve hit this one out of the park!
Long time no see! I’m still around, promise, just been spending too much time on real cars lately. Between going to racetracks and flying 1500 miles to pick up a 30 year old car, I don’t think I’ve been home for a weekend in a month.
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.
Auto World ‘71 Dodge Dart Swinger received in a very Mopar-centric hwep with Androoo
I can probably count with my fingers the number of AW that I have as I don’t collect a lot of muscle car. But the Polara is the exception to the rule. For my 55th post, here’s the 1963 Dodge Polara Max Wedge 426 by Auto World.
Just one photo for today because I wasn’t feeling a photoshoot last night. Behind the curtains, I’ve been on an Auto World (actually, premium 1/64 in general) binge lately, and here is just one of the many examples. This is Auto World’s Ford Galaxie casting in, I believe, the four most recent colorways. You see, all…
I got some bday gifts in the mail (still a few weeks away though), and checked AutoWorldGarage.com for more information on what I got, when I saw this! Four common variations and two UltraRed versions?! What?!?
A few cars that I found at the antique mall today.