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…
As far as I am aware, these are all three versions of the Bugatti Type 57C Cabriolet produced by Hot Wheels. If there are any I’ve missed, please let me know!
Ah yes, muscle cars. Oh how the times have changed for these 3 brands.
hmmm....... this is ROAKy.... what’s inside?....
It’s perfect. Absolutely perfect. I need it. Now.
... was that Huscle Mumpday? Idk lol :] Enjoy some Mopars!!!!!
This is MEGAAAAAAA! I’ll be sending ya a little something something asa I get a chance :] The grid is almost complete once the Ford GT Race is released.
That’s right, I went back for more today, seeing as they’ve being keeping the pegs fully stocked lately. And lookey what I found! The Tooligan TH was just laying on the shelf along with a few other cars that looked like they all just got knocked off the pegs. Well that was an easy find, lol.
I went to Toys R Us on my lunch break today and found the remains of an E case! As I was walking towards the HW aisle, I saw a guy walking away with a big stack of cars in his hands, so I’m assuming he got the the other green GT3 RS, the Tooligan TH, and the $uper of there was one.
This appears to be an ordinary Hot Wheels Car Culture Ford F-250, something that’s been out for quite awhile and rather ordinary, but the above picture gives a clue as to why it’s featured today.
Lately I’ve been having a lot of issues with random episodes of vertigo, starting with the first (and worst) one happening while giving a presentation at work. That resulted in me being removed from the office via stretcher and transported by EMS to the local ER. They continue at random, but none have been nearly as…
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll have already seem my current project, the new 964 casting from the Track Day Series. If you aren’t following me on Instagram (@camshaft_photography - shameless self plug), why aren’t you, lol?!
Two first editions of Porsche’s most track-oriented 911. Both were slightly detailed.
First, the 2016 Mystery Models Boss 302 Laguna Seca. This batch is the international release, which, unsurprisingly, has a different lineup than the North American one. The deco is close to the last mainline release of the Laguna Seca (see photo below)
The wife sent me out for some ice cream after the kids went to bed last night. I picked up some beer as well for work today, and figured I’d check the Hot Wheels pegs too, you know, just in case ;) ...
I have a Toyota Supra Super Treasure Hunt that I’d like to offer up for trade if someone has a Toyota Off-Road Truck Super Treasure Hunt they’d like to swap. The more and more I keep looking back at that cast, the more and more I really wish I had been able to find one in person. So you if have one, and wanna swap for…
The Hakosuka Skyline has this continuous crease front to back, which made it ideal for two-toning. The gold covered the scuff marks on the roof. However, just like the Japan Historics version, the paint was too thick on the oil cooler, so I removed the paint.
Yesterday I took delivery of the Hako and the Zamac Greenwood from local resellers. Two sets of Real Rider Halibrands came along as well. Some touch-ups later, they now look like this:
Twice the car, twice the fun!