Tomytec has recently unveiled the Tomica Limited Vintage releases scheduled for November 2019.
One new casting, two Ferrari recolours, and a new trim of an existing casting have been announced.
The casting of the Honda Integra XSi (LV-N 193) seems to be highly anticipated, as it is the first casting of the second-generation Integra, which was sold in North America badged as an Acura. The XSi was the top-spec Integra upon introduction in 1989, and along with the RSi, they were the first applications of Honda’s now storied VTEC technology, which varied valve timing for low-rpm efficiency and high-rpm performance.
The Dino 246 castings will receive new colours, white for the 246 GT, and black for the 246 GTS. Both feature opening engine covers and the same seat colours - black for berlinettas (coupes) and tan for spyders (targas), and will be priced the same as the inaugural red releases.
A new version of the S120-generation Toyota Crown (LV-N 199) has been announced, this time depicting a late-model Crown 3.0 Royal Saloon G. As a top-spec model, the Royal Saloon G featured electrically-controlled shock absorbers, and the 3.0L 6M inline-six engine.