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.
I had seen this Dodge Challenger Matchbox casting a long time ago but I always left it on the pegs. For some reason, this color combination really caught my eye. It is a pretty cool model with nice details, I think it might be better than the Hot Wheels castings.
Only, there’s something off about the color...
Auto World ‘71 Dodge Dart Swinger received in a very Mopar-centric hwep with Androoo
I’m definitely done for a while. I’ll just let the pictures do the talking. Hope you enjoy the eye candy...
Yep! From your favorite MustangFan comes a Mopar post. Once again, I put pen and paintbrush to cars, this time to a sextet of AAR Cudas. I won’t pretend they’re perfect but I’m happy with the way they turned out. I did kind of rush the shots a little as sunshine seems to be at a premium when I get home. And it didn’t…
From Maisto’s Muscle Machines, we have this tooned 1968 Dodge Dart with the moniker ‘MOTHER’S WORRY’ on each door. While not being familiar with the Maisto brand this series of diecast cars, I really dig the treatment this Dart received. With oversized tires, and engine with velocity stacks reaching out the skies all…
This one’s an odd bodkin, scale wise...1:37. I don’t see a lot in that scale, but, here it is. From Maisto, the Dodge Copperhead Concept:
... was that Huscle Mumpday? Idk lol :] Enjoy some Mopars!!!!!
The M2 Auto-Haulers are in a class of their own. The detail, spectacular branding themes, and scaled oh-so-right, make them stand out from the cartoonish haulers that Hot Wheels and Matchbox have come out with. Now don’t get me wrong, I LOVE the Hot Wheels and Matchbox haulers, but for dioramas and display purposes,…
So I don’t know if anyone has noticed, but I am a huge Blues Brothers fan - and especially a fan of the Bluesmobile; Elwood’s 1974 Dodge Monaco.
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!
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.
The orange on this Dodge Charger is so bright, the blister containing it could not withstand such brilliance and started to take on the same hue of the paint. Now, finally free from its prison, this Spectraflame orange Neo Classics Charger from Hot Wheels gets shine even more without any filters.
All Super Treasure Hunts are created equal, some a more $uper than others. In 2012, Hot Wheels super-ized the ‘71 Dodge Challenger, its exterior besides the Spectraflame blue paint shows restraint. I like street machines in the real world and in diecast form, this piece ticked all the right boxes, what’s left is for…
With Car Culture pretty much in the sights of Hot Wheels collectors, the Cool Classics has been quickly overshadowed. I’m not immune to the Car Culture series too, especially looking forward to its first batch in 2017 full of muscle cars.
Hey LaLD, long time no see! Like this Cuda, school has been crazy - crazy busy. Thank goodness for school breaks, otherwise I can’t keep up with this insanity.
Came out of my slump and put something together for the Superfly competition.
I’ve always loved this 1983 Matchbox cast which was passed down to me years ago. The hood opens to reveal the strong 146hp turbocharged 2.2L four and those red and black graphics over battleship grey never disappoint.
This is one of my favorite cars in my whole collection, from the color, to the tampos, to the wheels/tires, to the stance, everything is just perfect with it. I think this was part of the 2011 Hot Wheels Garage-Mopar, I think they had different car brands represented in this premium line.