Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars
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A DLM a day... [6]

EDIT: I forgot to add way more photos I had, include some with my dog!

... keeps the cards away! The Real Riders Thunder Roller is such a huge model! Not only enormous, but heavy as well. Think Drag Bus heavy and multiply. It’s easily the heaviest model on my collection. This model was probably the main reason I decided to open my RLC cars. It’s so pretty and detailed! I only wished some day I could finally see it with my own hands, haha.

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The best way I found to show how big it really is. I think almost everybody here has the Datsun wagon, so this thing is as tall as two Datsuns! But it’s so heavy it deformed the bed’s surface.

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The new photos are below

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