The Diecast Liberation Movement is alive and well!
I find myself in a curious place in life where my 7-year-old daughter and I both watch toy unboxing videos on YouTube. (Lamley Group, Shopkins, same same.) So when I started occasionally DLM-ing cars, she decided that this would be her job
I decided to play around with the light tent a little more tonight. I’ve been staring at this ToyCon M2 Skyline on my shelf for a while and finally decided I had to let him free. Viva la DLM!!!! All of these were shot and edited on my phone this time though. No fancy DSLR. I think they turned out pretty well, if I do…
I don’t remember the blister looking this bad. Oh well. Lets get this Targa outta there.
Going live on IG at 630 Cst. Grab something to DLM and join the fun. Plasticprints on IG.
Whoops! How did that sneak in here?
It’s been nearly a year, but I previously wrote a bit about a non die-cast segment of my collection- the trading cards that some companies have included with their castings from time to time. In that post, I teased a part two. I know it’s almost been a year since that post, but hey, I said it might be a while!
I can no longer leave this Lotus on its card. Get It Out Of There!!!
Part of RLC Flying Customs series, this van doesn’t need an introduction. Being featured several times in the mainline and on special series, for me it reached its peak with this model.
I bought an amazing little diorama, so now I am pumped again to take loads of photos of my models!! I took dozens today of some DLM’d RLC exclusives, which I’ll be posting during the week. For now, some selected shots ;)
I bought a ton of stuff from the great Fintail haul, and most of it was loose, but not all of it. Time to set it free! Or at least most of it.
Well too bad! Today is a big day on LaLD, so I figured I’d do my small part by DLMing a $TH
In the die-cast hobby, you can generally split collectors into two groups: those who open most of their cars and those who leave them packaged. The former group, often collectively identifying themselves as the Die-Cast Liberation Movement- DLM for short-, generate a lot more trash than the other group, which isn’t…
Here is the first late 70s model I added to my collection. The Bell King scored this at Hobby Lobby and we worked out a HWEP that also included MustangFan. It was a top quality HWEP with 2 $TH and a WL changing hands.
This one joined my collection via Evil bay. It’s number 3965 of 4000. This thing looks amazing off the blister. The spectraflame blue is killer with the white accents.
After a bit over a year of serious collecting Zamac releases have become some of my favorites. I was happy to pick up this 2014 mail in from a local collector. I’m not a fan of the orange glass so this may get drilled and have the glass swapped.
In my little corner of the world today is the end of an era. At noon today I’m leaving the company I’ve been with for almost 10 years. To celebrate a new beginning I have selected several casts to DLM throughout the day. If opening diecast makes you queasy you may want to skip my posts. For everyone else sit back and…
That was satisfying! Off to the recycle bin now.
A little DLM to celebrate! Picture heavy