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Tomytec has recently unveiled the Tomica Limited Vintage releases scheduled for November 2018.

A new casting of the Prince Gloria Super 6 (LV-174) has been announced. Very attentive collectors may notice that the Gloria Super 6 had already been cast in the TLV line; it was LV-02, first introduced back in 2004 with the debut of the TLV series. For the upcoming 15th anniversary (!) of TLV, a new casting of the Gloria Super 6 has been made, with much sharper detail - the benefits of 15ish years of technological advancement. The trim and front grille are a lot sharper, there’s much more rear suspension detail, and the wheels are much more realistic. The Prince Gloria was the first mass-produced Japanese car with a straight-six, the G-7. This engine was later used in the successful racing Prince Skylines, which had stretched engine bays for the long inline six.

Another release of the S120-generation Crown (LV-N 176) is planned for November. As opposed to the October release, this one will be a pre-facelift 2.8L Royal Saloon, with a slightly different front and rear, as well as a moonroof.