A roundup of all the awesome Reviews on Live And Let Die-cast.
Good Tuesday LaLD! First, i'd like to again welcome all of our new authors to that auto enthusiast based die-cars blog. On Tuesdays, I do a quick run down of the week's awesome reviews. In a review, a single item gets isolated and is given a thorough brake down. If you have that one item that is timeless and you'd like to show it off, we welcome a good review of it with lots of great pictures. Reviews can be a standard run down to your liking, or a LaLD signature style called Concours d'Modella. Either way is greatly appreciated :]
First up, fintail reviews the hella awesome 1963 Chrysler Imperial coupe. This rad car is from Lone Star's Road Master Impy Super Cars line. A tiny 1/73 (I think a LaLD first) but very well made and opening doors.
Next up straight from French Friday, carcrasher88 is back with a review of a sweeeet Peugeot 407 Coupe from Welly. A 1:43 scale car, with incredible detail! I really like this car. Good find for sure.
Our buddy Frosted was on a roll!!! He does some killer reviews of a Corvette Grand Sport-ish from Micro Machines, a awesome group of Tonka Holiday Trucks, a 1:32 Shelby Series 1 AND beast 1970 Dodge Challenger, and my fav of the week, a Hess firetruck 1:64! I am positive I had this as a kid. The Shelby is absolutely stunning! I suggest everyone goes through these byt clicking the links below. Make sure to click the little arrow on the right of the links to switch through them.
CONCOURS d'MODELLA TIIIIIIME!!!!!!
cue explosion please!
First, 11fbwd does a review of my new WANT!!! From Greenlight, a 2014 Dodge Ram with camper. Crazy awesome detail with tow hitch and everything. Most likely i'd go for the whole one with trailer. Soooo awesome!
next up, Sn210 officially makes me feel bad for not doing reviews with this AWESOME review! Of what? A Bugatti EB110 from Bburago. Also, an extreme amount of want. They are a good price and availably in many color. I will definitely keep my eyes out for one.
Until next time!
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