No teasers for me. Just Tomica Limited Vintage goodness. These two came out last month or thereabouts and are superb. On the left is a Honda Prelude XX and on the right is a Porsche 911S.
A few weeks ago I excitedly stumbled across these three trucks at a diecast shop. I like military vehicles, but I haven’t really collected any to this point. The owner had these marked as $4 each, which seemed pretty good to me.
I’ll be posting some photos over on Oppo from The Mitty! I had a blast down at Road Atlanta on Friday watching the vintage racing. Great stuff! Anyway, check out the first post here:
Took out the 964 and 934.5 and 993 GT2 out for a walk
After the somewhat tense first couple of weeks of ownership, when I needed major repairs on the cooling system, I can now finally enjoy my wagon! I washed it yesterday and took some nice photos under the morning sun. Also, I LaLDified it!
Majorette Australia is doing a givaway on Instagram, so I went out Friday night and got some shots of my favorite car from them. Be sure to check out the giveaway!
Got this trio from a guy on Reddit. The Matchbox Road Mauler was an extra he threw in for free! The Unimog and Peterbilt 353 dump truck are from a ‘90s Hot Wheels Real Riders series.
Years ago, long before the recent resurrection of the brand, Racing Champions had some halfway decent castings. Most of them were treated with contemporary NASCAR liveries at some point, but they usually got some nice normal paint jobs as well. This is one of the latter, as you can tell.
Sorry for not posting as much anymore...job plus school leaves me no time for photoshoots. Then forgetting to transfer photos...so heres some pics ive taken...may contain diecast...and other items
We’ve shared a number of budget-friendly, DIY solutions to light up your photos and videos. But maybe you still need something that’s equally as easy on the wallet and sturdy to hold up your DIY lights. Well, here you go: a light stand that’s made out of PVC and costs you less than $5.
First of all, happy new year LaLD!!! I’ve got this awesome DeAgostini a while ago, but when I had time to snap photos, the weather was either too scorching, with almost 40ºC and the southern Atlantic magnetic anomaly with the highest incidence of UV rays on the planet where I live in Brazil, or pouring down in…
Just because! Most of these are new, but those at the bottom might have been posted on here before.
Almost got above freezing today... since our big snow storm wednesday/thursday. Inspired by Howard and MCNR87, decided to take advantage of the sunlight and let the Black Bandit Power Wagon play in the snow. Took on one of my snowpiles no problem!
Whats up guys and gals!? I haven’t been on here in what seems like forever but that doesn’t mean I haven’t thought about the blog, the members, or buying diecast for even a second so don’t you worry!
Not about diecast, but about camera lenses! I’m thinking I need a macro? I’m still a photography newbie but I wanted to hear what you guys have to say. I’m thinking either the Canon ef-s 60mm or 100mm macro, used of course.
As you may have seen in Jobjoris’s recent post, I created a custom 356 for him. This car has been shown in many different flavors here, so hopefully you won’t be too tired of them to enjoy this one. It was the anchor of my side of a trade that started when I found he had a few extra Renault Alpine A110's on hand.
Last November 13th, Ms. Petrolhead and I celebrated our 7th anniversary. To mark the occasion, we exchanged gifts, and I got the absolutely superb White Tank Truck, from High Test Oil Can Showcase series. This was the last of 4 models I had to get to complete the series, and now it’s complete!
I was casually browsing Google’s Play Store when I stumbled upon Vinci. In short, it’s just like Prisma, but with different filters, more inspired into classical art, so I decided to give it a try. The results are pretty good, and I affirm Vince it’s a solid companion to Prisma!