The cool rally Datsun 510 by Matchbox. I love the tampos and the detailing on the roof rack items. The mud splatter on the hood is an awesome touch, it would be much cooler with some more splatter on the sides.
When Maserati brought out this new Quattroporte a few years ago, I instantly liked it. I was never a fan of the wedge-shape Quattroportes, the two door cars were much better looking in that shape than the sedans. This casting by Hot Wheels is really nicely done, the rims fit the car pretty well and the tampos are…
A nice 1/43-scale Russian Lada, manufacturer unknown, this casting has very nice details such as the opening hood and trunk, the interior is very well made, and the chromed bits are very nice (though dirty since I keep this guy on an uncovered shelf. Overall this was a very nice purchase I made at a model train store…
I really like the paint job on this casting, the wheels not so much (I’m not a big fan of this type of wheel). Mercs of this vintage are elegant beasts in my opinion, this model is great looking.
BMW 5 SERIES BY MATCHBOX
1936 Cord by Hot Wheels. I have always liked this design, and I think Hot Wheels did a good job with this casting. I scraped the paint off the decorative streaks on the hood and the door handles to make them stand out a little. The metallic paint on this model is great.
The 2015 Dodge Charger SRT Hellcat by Hot Wheels. Not bad, the tampos are on point and the red and black combination is pretty cool.
I remember this Ford Fusion came free in a cereal box or was it from fast food? I don't remember.