All four releases plus the two ultra reds. I’m glad Round 2 is going to release some more soon!
I had to get more wall paint. There are two Home Depots in my general area, one is next to the indoor outdoor flea park. Which one do you think I went to for my paint?
Todays “one thing,”
Tintoys: W.T. 202 Chevrolet Racer, aka, the Corvette...
Ok, I tried:D Just thought I’d share a sneak peek of some Schuco 1:64 diecast that I scored over the weekend. I am AMAZED at the detail. Anyone else collect Schuco? I’ll try to get some good shots and post them up, later. In the meantime...
As I was sorting through the Big Box o’ Corvettes from vdubyajohn, I encountered multiple examples of this MBX T-Top C3, which is a very nice casting. The top car in the absolutely mind-bending picture at the top of this post had a purple interior, which I am not going to let go to waste. So I disassembled that car.…
It’s that day of the year when I have to ask myself, “What is the most gosh darn American car in my collection?” This is it, hands down.
The United States of America. Say what you will, think what you want about this land. In the end, I feel the good drumpfs the bad. Let us now simply enjoy some Corvette :]
The first production Corvette rolled off the assembly line in Flint on this day in 1953. Too bad I don’t have a factory diorama.
Time really does fly much too fast.
Two amazing things happened yesterday. Story time!
Sure it’s seen sunnier (and less dusty) days but this is a real gem here.
This is a quick ‘n’ easy custom that took me like a year to finish.
Got this gem in the mail recently thanks to fintail’s Sale of the Century.
First post here; good to be with you all.
Model is a 1:18 Action C5-R.
‘A View To A Kill’ indeed.
I’ve always loved the combination of yellow and black in a car, this Corvette caught my eye for that very reason. Unfortunately it has a couple of smudges on its side which I didn’t notice until I opened the package, I haven’t tried to clean them yet. I’m a big fan of the current iteration of the Chevrolet Corvette,…
There was a room dedicated to just you cars. Let alone all of his real ones
I never liked the C4 Corvette growing up. It didn’t have the flair of the C3 or later the modern look of the C5. It fell somewhere between the era’s boxy American sedans and wedge-y European sports cars.
Wow. Just wow. Can Hot Wheels get Gas Monkey Garage to design more cars? Let me rephrase that... Can Gas Monkey Garage just be put in charge of Hot Wheels’ paint choices?