Swimming in a sea full of Tomica Priuses, Toyota Crowns and trucks were these four little gems. And for P140 Phil. Pesos (US $ 2.99) for all of them-or roughly the price of one mainline Hotwheels-the deal was sealed, and the cars were cleaned. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
First is this ‘80s Camaro Z28 by Yatming. A Metal Base, opening doors, a firm suspension and near-mint wheels are its great features. It, however, loses points for the melted windows and a missing steering wheel.
Next is this Yellow Hat Nissan GT-R by Tomica, which is destined to be a wing donor. As you can see, it was lowered and shod with faded HW 10 spokes. Remarkably, the windows were in a good condition considering the patina on the body.
Another Tomica, another GT-R. This time a Unisa Jecs R34 widebody race car. Like the R35, it was lowered and wheel swapped. Also, I noticed that the factory black interior in this car is the same as the white interior in my ratty Tomica R32, so they were swapped as well. More surprisingly, however, is that the R32 base fits this R34, and vice-versa!
Finally, we have this plastic and pullback Calsonic R32 GT-R, which has a good quality tampos. Finally, the Kyosho mommy found its baby!