Welcome to Military Monday where we show you military vehicles used from both sides of the conflict. Here we are continuing the brief history on the ‘Siege of Bastogne’. After Patton’s Third Army was able to lift the siege at Bastogne, a small town in Belgium from the German Army, it’s time to resupply the forces and…
This episode the gang is back together. Ryan, Dan, and Lloyd discuss RennSport, Unspun Episodes, my new office, and quite a bit of diecast news. Check us out on Shout engine-
Had an amazing hunting day at my local flea market. All of this was $7! All but the two racing champions imports will be custom fodder or wheel donors. The racing champions will be added to the pile of them I have found and will trade away, as I like finding them but sorta don’t know what to do with them except steal…
To kick off Rennsport Reunion, lets look at a legendary Porsche that not many talk about.
Kicking off my posts for Rennsport Reunion is something we’ve seen here before, the 1:66 Schuco Porsche 917.
When you get up early to get some outdoor pictures and only one is a keeper.
It never entered my mind to join Rennsport as I don’t have as much collection of Porsche as others have. But then I do have a few and decided why not. If I remember correctly this is my first Porsche 911S collection by Tomica and considered a vintage as this was still made in Japan.
I am very, very excited to share this with you all soon.
Thank you again Lald for the good looks on the Massdrop deal. I snagged this Glorious Banana 2.7RS just in time for the Rennsport reunion to begin. Not much needs to be said, I really enjoy the no-decal car, so clean.
Nobody said all the Porsches need to be pretty right?
Tomica time is here again, a real Land of the Rising Sun-day. Today we examine a casting similar to one seen lately, but also never seen here before. This is Tomica 58-1, the Nissan Fairlady 240ZG in Safari Rally livery. This casting entered the range in August 1974, remaining until September 1980, and is a real…
This right here has to be my favorite modern Porsche. I be always liked the 997 generation better than the current 991, and this limited edition is everything I could ever want in a 911.
Recycling some 917 images. New stuff will come later in the week.
While I’m just as excited to make the 2 hour drive up the coast to Rennsport next weekend to see all of the history from Germany, I’m also excited to see the new history being made out of shop in North Hollywood.
Another themed LaLD event. Time to bring out the cheap Maistos. The really cheap ones. So if anyone brings out the “cheap” 1:18 Maisto version, be prepared for what’s going to happen to your post. Too bad I hear Sn210’s
not a big fan of runny eggs.
.....asks the waiter at Denny’s. “Sunny-side up,” I reply. Oh wait, we’re talking about cars here?
A lovely ‘cuda to start your Sunday!
Normally collecting is easy. You buy, you enjoy. Unless you buy an old Solido model, where the water slide decals are supplied separately.
Another reminder rennsport week starts tomorrow...