Here’s an ooooold picture of a model I still have. This is a “1/64" Muscle Machines Mazda RX-7. It’s closer to 1/55.
I have this puppy in dark blue as well, but this yellow beast really caught my eye (I think the black hood is supposed to add 15 mph to the top speed...)
Due to political discrimination, I have voluntarily left Live and Let Diecast. You can find this post at the link below. If you have any questions or comments, you can also reach out to me via DM on Instagram @ep3_lol.
I am no perfectionist, but I have this idea in my head of what new is. I am on my second purchase of AutoArt’s Initial D Rx-7. The first purchased on eBay from what I thought was a reputable seller with a large amount of feedback. When I brought the issues to their attention, they offered a partial refund but then…
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.
It’s been too long since I posted a HAWL! Just haven’t acquired too much lately and my photography spot had been occupied by something else. But it’s now it’s time to catch up!
Holy crap, I NEED to do this. How is this not a Car Culture release? It’s amazing beyond belief. <3
It’s perfect. Absolutely perfect. I need it. Now.
parts toys from Japan. And by overnight, I mean I ordered these like a month and a half ago. Not that I’m complaining though since they’re finally in my hands, lol.
A cheap little eBay find when I was going through my buying phase a few months ago. It is an interesting Maisto Mazda RX-7 with a body kit, lots of stickers, and of course the wheels on the rear wheels are not spaced out because body kit bro!
The 3rd generation RX-7 or FD chassis code RX-7 is in my opinion one of the prettiest cars to come out of the ‘90s. This diecast was given to me by a former co-worker when I worked at the parts counter of a dealership. My co-worker, a technician. Randomly walked up to the parts counter and plopped this thing in front…
Do we still do these things around here? Answer- we do now!
Phew! long time no see!
So for the longest time I’ve been using Wal-Mart rattle cans. Even the more expensive ones produced sub par quality. Only two weeks ago did I discover how amazing those smaller hobby spray paints (testors, model master, tamiya) are. It’s hard to tell in the pictures but the quality is excellent.
Just a small group I got in the mail earlier this week from a buddy of mine.
I was at my local Wally mart last week and no one was around the Hot Wheels, so I took a good look and found a Mazda RX-7 in a racing livery and had to get it :D
Hey kids! It's been a while since I posted. Unfortunately, this post won't be too terribly interesting- just a few finds since my last HAWL post. BUT, this weekend I am attending the Keystone Diecast Carnival in Denver, PA and should have some decent goodies after that!