It’s been too long since I posted a HAWL! Just haven’t acquired too much lately and my photography spot had been occupied by something else. But it’s now it’s time to catch up!
Holy crap, I NEED to do this. How is this not a Car Culture release? It’s amazing beyond belief. <3
It’s perfect. Absolutely perfect. I need it. Now.
parts toys from Japan. And by overnight, I mean I ordered these like a month and a half ago. Not that I’m complaining though since they’re finally in my hands, lol.
A cheap little eBay find when I was going through my buying phase a few months ago. It is an interesting Maisto Mazda RX-7 with a body kit, lots of stickers, and of course the wheels on the rear wheels are not spaced out because body kit bro!
The 3rd generation RX-7 or FD chassis code RX-7 is in my opinion one of the prettiest cars to come out of the ‘90s. This diecast was given to me by a former co-worker when I worked at the parts counter of a dealership. My co-worker, a technician. Randomly walked up to the parts counter and plopped this thing in front…
Do we still do these things around here? Answer- we do now!
Phew! long time no see!
So for the longest time I’ve been using Wal-Mart rattle cans. Even the more expensive ones produced sub par quality. Only two weeks ago did I discover how amazing those smaller hobby spray paints (testors, model master, tamiya) are. It’s hard to tell in the pictures but the quality is excellent.
Just a small group I got in the mail earlier this week from a buddy of mine.
I was at my local Wally mart last week and no one was around the Hot Wheels, so I took a good look and found a Mazda RX-7 in a racing livery and had to get it :D
Hey kids! It's been a while since I posted. Unfortunately, this post won't be too terribly interesting- just a few finds since my last HAWL post. BUT, this weekend I am attending the Keystone Diecast Carnival in Denver, PA and should have some decent goodies after that!