Just a couple of giant American coupes on this Memorial day. On the left is a 1977 Lincoln Continental by Neo Scale Models and on the right is a 1967 Cadillac Eldorado by Auto World.
A new brand joins my collection, and it’s a good one! This is Neo Scale Models’ 1/64 Lincoln Continental Mark V. It’s a sealed resin model in true 1/64, so it’s quite large but also quite light.
The HAWLage continues to trickle in at a steady pace. Found these 5 excellent Hot Wheels this week. This is probably the weakest release for the Integra but it’s still neat. The other 4 cars are fantastic.
Long time no see, LaLD! Well, that’s not really true. I’ve been checking the site regularly but haven’t posted in a while. But never fear, I’m still around! Anyway, I’ve seen a lot of posts with the new Greenlight buildings lately. I also found a few of these and decided to pick up the STP garage. Not a huge fan of…
Another one of my father’s survivor Lesney’s. This one has been through a lot. It likely has spent a number of nights under the stars, rain, and possibly at some point spent a Canadian winter nearly forgotten in a sandbox.
Here’s the Lesney Matchbox Lincoln Continental from my recent hawl. All of the casts are from the late 60's and early 70's and are in great condition. I tried to capture the true color of this car, which is a metallic gold, but after-effects proved difficult to render properly across all of the pictures. Such is life…
An awesome ‘64 Lincoln Continental convertible by Hot Wheels, I love the stance and the red interior, the interior details are great as well. A good looking casting overall.
Last night I was cruising my local dollar general and found a good new stash of Matchbox cars. I simply had to have the caddy!
A Lincoln Towncar three wheeling
One of the Walmarts near me had the Batman set in, so I picked up the ones I was interested in and now here we are. I’m Batman.