I don’t need to explain to anyone here that historic Trans Am is my jam. Combine road racing with my absolute favorite Mustang body style, the 1969 model year, then make a car in one of the best available colors out there, and you have the recipe for one of my all-time favorite cars.
This custom GT350R by Philiphilip turned out amazing. I simply suggested that he do a custom for our HWEP and he dreamed this bad boy up (and executed it perfectly.) Together with the Zamac custom Boss 302 by IGer @socaldiecast562, I’m left speechless. I’ll let the pictures do the talking.
My favorite version of my favorite Hot Wheels casting. Trans Am livery, road racing stance, Real Riders, Metal/Metal. Metal!
[Note: this was supposed to be posted a few days after the New Year, but unsatisfactory internet service and a busy schedule prevented that.]
I was happy that the Majorettes where coming back to Canada, but I haven’t really fallen in love with much of the lineup. Mostly due to the rampant use of matte paint. I decided to do a little experiment.
Been wanting this car for a long time and now I got it for a good price. Probably because of a small scratch on the hood and out of package.
2015 Mustang is a hit, and like most Mustangs, a ready canvas for customization, in 1:1, and smaller scales.
I can't resist the P1. :-) My son also picked one up.
I’ve been poking around this wonderful blog for a few months now. I love seeing all the HAWLs, reviews, trades, and everything else that goes on here. One thing that’s especially refreshing is the great variety of die-cast that graces these pages on a daily basis. You guys post all kinds of scales of all kinds of cars…