With it getting steadily more difficult to for me to find something that’s a true instant must-have, I was very pleasantly surprised to find this: the 1963 Aston Martin DB5, replete with Skyfall packaging and Bond-accurate plates and decoration. It’s a prototype car. It’s a film car. It’s a classic car. It’s iconic…
This is Kyosho’s 1/64 scale 2010 Lola-Aston Martin B09/60. Aston Martin, 007, Gulf livery. What more could you ask for?
Kyosho has sucked me in (I blame eBay). I’ve been veeeery bad, but it feels sooo good:) Let’s begin.
What up, Rubbin’s Racin’ DB5?
Oh My Gosh that paint.
Digging up a random old picture for your viewing pleasure this evening. This was, at one point, my entire 1/43 collection.
This is a Johnny Lightning casting! Is anyone else as surprised as me, or am I just a noob? Aston Martin V12 Vanquish:)
I Just thought I’d share a few blisters I’ve popped this week. Here’s the rundown:
Photos from a shoot I did a while ago but kept forgetting to post...
I love this DB10 casting. It’s well executed by Hot Wheels. They really nailed it with this one.
I started this build a long time ago (April of 2016, to be exact), as a second attempt to make a bumperless DB5. The last one turned out nice, but the gap between the base and the body bothered me. Here is the reworked version.
Original post here:
This has got to be THE best HW casting in recent memory.
Pretty nice casting of the DB10 from Aston Martin by Hot Wheels, it’s a nice companion to the Silver James Bond DB5 from Hot Wheels I have in my collection. I love the details and the tampos, specially the tampos on the hood.
Well isn’t this pretty...
It has a color! Whoo! A very nice copper, if I say so myself! It looks a lot more brown in this light, but I promise that it’s very coppery.