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LaLDie-cast Review: Reviews

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A roundup of all the awesome Reviews on Live And Let Die-cast.

Hello everyone! We have a good little set of rad reviews for this Tuesday episode. A little of everything but that's what make this place great. With everything going on in our lives it is always cool to take a little moment (which is rare) and start to appreciate this little branch of our automotive enthusiasm. Looking at the details, all the little aspects, and sharing with our fellow LaLDers? LaLDbros? LaLDinites what we personally think about the item. Reviews here are extremely honest and we don't shy from pointing out ze faws. We are a small community per say, but authentic and pure.

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First up to bat is TE71, Xin and that awesome 1964 Ford Galaxy 500 from 2010 Hot Wheels Garage. An overseas online score, this piece's main attribute is the ultra clean paintwork. What people touched on was that it's in a neutral state between and funky custom job but subtle as hell. The lines are hella clean and everything seems to be juuust right. Not over dramatic but not at all plain. Awesome item. To take a further look, click on ze link beloooow

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Next up, is the one that got away. How so? My dumbass had no idea it was posted. I thought I was pretty good at taking a good look at everything posted here, but for some reason whether it was work or whatever, I missed an awesome review on my favorite truck ever!! I found it though and that's what these daily reviews are all about, taking a closer look and/or discovering them gems yo. Dingers Ghost gave us a run down of an amazing 1972 Chevrolet Cheyenne. My dad own a 1972, 1985, and a 1990 Cheyenne work truck while busting his ass in the hot and humid Texas Gulf Coast to support his little cookie monster and family :] His 1972 actually went over 500K miles. He did replace the head (I-6) but besides that, all maintenance. Any who, Dingers Ghost details this sweet 1:24 beauty from Jada. The paint and stance of the thing is aggressive but classy. The rear shot of it was my fav for sure though the front end is spot on as well. The later added wheels and white wall tires are the cherry on top. Check out this beauty in the link below low low low.

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Though it was built, I do consider our next item by Carless Carguy a review :] And what a beauty! Also 1:24, the item featured is a sweeeet Lamborghini Murcielago SV. Scored for a sweet deal of only £5, it was snapped into place relatively easy to reveal a very well done model. The interior is well made and the scaling of it all is spot on. Paint is nice and you can't dislike dem signature scissor doors. Awesome build/review! To see for yourself and get an idea of these easy to build kits, click and comment on the link below. Will come in handy in the holiday season when you can't take your family anymore and want to escape and do car things :] I do that lol. I usually go out and buy one to take up some time lol

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.....IT'S CONCOURS d'MODELLA TIME!!!!!!

First up, me :] In my tribute to Murica, I did a CdM style review of the most beautiful American car of all time from the best decade in automotive design. I know I know, better if it was split window but this 1:18 die-cast of a 1965 Chevrolet Corvette is freaking rad sauce. Maisto doesn't disappoint at all. The review also features my best photo work to date. Buuut that is mostly the Corvette's doing since there is no real bad angle. For MURICA! click on the link below

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Lastly to compliment the 'Murica.....more MURICA!!! This time from a 1:18 scale die-cast of a S "triangle" LEEN and their awesome and legendary S7. I saw my first S7 in person in April sandwiched between a Hennessy Venom GT and a Bugatti Veyron. Sn210, Type S also does a great CdM style review of his awesome model from MotoMax. From what I saw and how it was described, it fit perfectly from what i've seen on my own 1:18 cars from MotoMax. They have the right idea for the most part but execution seems to be their weak point. Still an awesome item for sure. And the rear end, my fav for sure on this item. Well done sir ! To check out this legend, click on the link below.

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That will be all for today's review of the reviews. This was all done while being extremely busy at work and trying to deal with paperwork to hopefully get approve to get a home. I can literally feel my hair falling off my head lol. But i'm super calm and appreciative for LaLD and more importantly you awesome LaLDer's because this place wouldn't exist if it wasn't for you cool peeps.

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