Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. No, not the little red wagon that kids pulled with them but still for kids and also big kids none the less. On my 62nd post, we will be looking at what is often neglected but now becoming almost extinct in the Hot Wheels or even Matchbox…
Let’s take a Fun Dip into the van pool and enjoy Working this Wednesday with the 1934 Dodge Delivery!
Auto World ‘71 Dodge Dart Swinger received in a very Mopar-centric hwep with Androoo
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.
Or rather Custom Charger, since the movie car has decidedly a non-factory shortened nose cone and wing, apparently to placate studio executives. Why a Daytona was considered toy-like and not the cars from the first two movies, the world wonders (OK, it’s actually because people thought they looked good then).
I’m definitely done for a while. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking. Hope you enjoy the eye candy...
The first sunny days of spring finally arrived in Bavaria and my wife decided to go to the lake near our hometown to take some pictures. So I joined her and i took some photos as well. Of course, i had a nice diecast in my pocket ;-) And this is the picture i like the most. Its a DODGE Camper from Greenlight…
I have some thing you might be interested.
Lately my chase finds have come in doubles. Below are my finds for today, along with some standard cars from the same sets that I couldn’t pass up.
A cool 1957 Chrysler 300C that came with my M2 Dodge car carrier (I will post pics of it later). Cool color, nice details, a nice looking luxobarge and one of the most beautiful cars of its time...
30 years makes.
Dodge introduced the C Series line of pickup trucks from 1954 to 1960. From 1957 to 1959, Dodge proposed the Sweptside pickup, a rival to the Chevrolet Cameo Carrier.
... was that Huscle Mumpday? Idk lol :] Enjoy some Mopars!!!!!
Its been quite a long time since my last post. Sorry for that! I always wanted to spend time for my diecast-hobby. And now i decided to do so. I will try to post periodically more about HotWheels, Greenlight, NHRA, and of course.... NASCAR!!! I tried to start again with something cool - so why not with one of the…
Work’s been over my head these past two weeks because this is the time Indian IT managers realize they have a bunch of systems that need to be released to production at the stroke of midnight on December 31. And here I am, back here on LaLD after missing a ton of awesome (all those 356s!)
Hot Wheels did it! They made my day, by making my car, in the SRT8 casting rather than the (also awesome) Drift casting, as a Treasure Hunt!
This type of paint job was popular in the custom car scene back in the seventies, and it wouldn’t be out of place on a ‘71 Dodge Demon. With a high-rake stance, this car always ready for a seventies car reunion.
Have some variety for this update! Whether you like JDM, USDM, or the less frequently invoked EUDM, there ought to be something here for you.
Today, we have this 1:64 yellow Dodge Super Bee with a white vinyl roof beautifully pieced together by Hot Wheels under the 100% collectibles.