Most of us have these two, but I haven’t seen many images of them together. So here they are! They’re a great pairing and would go well together in some multi-millionaire’s garage.
Welcome to another Forty 3rd series where we look at models within the 1/43 and lower. Here is a vintage Dinky model based on a British truck called Austin.
The McLaren 675LT by Majorette. Not common to see affordable McLaren diecasts, but this was a pleasant surprise. As usual with all Majorette cars, this one is a solid casting and has springy suspension. No opening parts this time, though. Car sits a bit too high and the shade of green may not be exactly like its 1:1…
To be more cliché than this, only if the photo included tea, fish, chips and a picture of the Queen somewhere, lol. Very foggy morning in southern Brazil today!
Today’s patrol was pretty nice in our brand new Land Rover Defender 110. We just picked it up yesterday! We had to go out and check on the trails after last night’s rain. Reports from the morning patrol found everything in good shape and deemed the trail clear and open.
One of my favorite model, here is a nice 1/43 (or close to that scale) of a Commer Camera van. This van has some neat accessories which includes a removable base that has a camera and camera man and can be place on top on the front or on the back of the van. It also comes with a suitcase. This model was also made in…
Here is my beautiful British Racing Green Jaguar XJ220, by Kyosho.
In 2005 Jaguar unveiled Jaguar XK at the Frankfurt Motorshow. This generation XK’s was the first line of Jaguars to be designed by Ian Callum. He was inspired by the original Jaguar E-Type and by the curves of the, by him admired, Britisch actress Kate Winslet.