It’s so cute!!! Too bad I’m going to poach its wheels for a Porsche 356, but I will definitely replace the wheels so that this little guy can continue to roll around the shop.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Woo hoo, I am now in the 80's so with my 80th post it will be 2 Big Blues.
Happy Independence Day America and welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. On my 78th post, we will look at the 2nd generation VW pickups from 2 different manufacturer.
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.
Greenlight has a licensing deal for the cars of John Wick. This includes John’s 1969 Boss 429 (well, canonically at least, certainly looks like a Mach 1 to me) and the 1970 Chevelle SS 396 he is loaned. As a fan of the series, this is definitely something I’m keeping an eye out for. Hopefully Hamleys here brings this…
Thanks to my kids wanting to go to Toys R Us, I got in a nice Father’s Day HAWL, including my second ever Green Machine!!! And a TRU exclusive one to boot!!! As cool as it was to find though, it doesn’t really fit in my collection. So I’ve got it up for sale in the LaLD marketplace. If you’re interested, just let me…
Once in a while, the local HW collectors get together at a place close to the commercial capital to buy as well as sell the cars among us. Last Saturday was one such meetup day, and the location was not too far away (although I am blessed with numerous smaller cars, still no 1:1 in my stable so have to resort to…
So first let me say my vacation wasn’t actually just for diecast, as awesome as that would be. The actually purpose was to go visit my in-laws in Florida. However, I was fortunate enough to get to spend a good amount of time doing some diecast hunting, and I had a great HAWL from this vacation. Especially thanks to a…
Found a couple new GL releases at TRU yesterday. One is from the much-acclaimed Hitch & Tow series, featuring the modern Dodge Ram and a matching, new-style, new-casting trailer. The other is a pairing of a class Ford F-Series hauler and the legendary Shelby Cobra, from the HD Trucks series.
Hopefully it is part 8 as it’s been a while. Anyway got a few things from TRU with the 15% friends and family discount.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. On my 61st post is another Ford and this time it’s back to Greenlight’s Black Bandit with series 9 1966 Ford Bronco.
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. On my 60th post here is a series that seems to have vanished from Greenlight. Called Up in Flames, there were only 2 series, and this 1971 Chevrolet C-10 is one of the last model.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. Ready for another Black Bandit series? On my 59th post is a 1977 Dodge Ramcharger series 3 from Greenlight.
Welcome again to another DLM cars from 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger. On my 58th post is a small but great looking black Käfer from Greenlight.
“A real driver knows exactly what’s in his car.”
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.
Decided to get this Fast and Furious due to a great deal. Here’s the teaser.
GL is KILLING it with their 1/64 scale recreational vehicles. I wish the new Winnebago wasn’t a Walking Dead model and the windshield wasn’t “cracked” but I won’t complain too much.