A couple of Mustangs basking in the sun. NBD, really.
My collection of Lego Speed Stars kits:
Got a box in the mail today from Pixel and it was full of goodies.
Just a few shots of some of the Fords in my collection. I believe Greenlight makes the best Ford GT in 1/64 scale. Mini GT by TSM is coming out with a 1/64 line and in it will be the GTE version of this car. I can’t wait for that!
Ok so I borrowed a quote from ‘The Christmas Carol’ and change it slightly but 50 years ago these vintage looking cards appeared in May of 1968 and forever change the die cast collecting world.
I’m sorry, I do not get out much these days. So I always have to do photo shoots in my house. Soon I will buy a new car and it will be one of the most valuable pieces of my collection. For now, I hope you like my inside photos. 😅 Thanks.
Hey guys. It’s been way over a year since my last post. I got Kinja’d and lost my account. But I also kinda fell into something I call “diecast depression”. It has been almost Impossible to find cars here In northern Delaware. The scalpers beat me to everything. And after awhile, I just got tired and gave up. It…
Finally got my Car Culture set today. It arrived the day I left for Japan and has been sitting in my apartment office for 2 weeks, so this is a bit late. These are the three cars I’m keeping from the set.
Whoops! How did that sneak in here?
This is a 1970 Ford Mustang Boss 429 in glorious Grabber Blue with a white interior, recreated in 1/24 scale by a company we don’t see much here at LaLD: The Franklin Mint.
The Ford Mustang is an American icon loved by many. Starting in 1964, in a half model year, the original Mustang sold beyond the projected sales numbers within the first three months it was on sale! Available with a straight six or a V8, and a manual transmission, the original Mustang was truly a bundle of fun.
I have a few entries for “Car Week”, but my wildcard spot is already filled.
From First Edition, to Final Run, the 1996 Mustang GT.
Open to offers, as I make room in my workspace. More to follow.
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.
Just a couple of test shots with my new Greenlight Gulf Vintage Gas Station diorama!
I’ve kept my eyes open for a Bullitt Mustang if I ever chanced upon one. This one was hanging at ToysRUs a week or two ago, so I picked it up. It’s nice, and definitely something I want to have in my collection. This one is from Greenlight.