I’d like to do something like I did last Tuesday but with French casts. And yet I fail as I really don’t have that much Le Mans cars from France?
Still recovering from an overload of automotivity last weekend. Celebrating the win for Toyota a bit, but for Porsche’s GT-class win a bit more. Curious what will happen with LMP1.
Dead curious to see if Toyota can finally manage to win this one. I think they somewhat deserve it for being persistent and the odds seem okay with a #1 and #2 on the starting grid. I fail miserable in the current Le Mans cars so you’ll have to do with this oldie. Contender in 1989, probably with a different livery ;-)
Yeah I know, Le Mans is coming... But I still have to show you all this one. Although I think someone beat me to it. I mentioned it showing the DS23 as well so here it goes...
As Philipilihp told already, I was wondering about the sizes on Minichamps64 and TLVs 911s as the old swb 911S by Tomica appeared not that smaller than a MC64 997. All this last weekend on Instagram.
I know, I missed French Friday last week. Sorry. Then again, I added a ‘Murica Monday so... And it’s not often I miss it. So...
Last week I showed the amazing 356 VDH Customs sent me. This week I’ll show another one of his gems: a 964.
A total unicorn in my collection. I know little about NASCAR. Or actually about the American market in general. And yet this one totally blew me away. Why? As it just dropped into my mailbox and has quite the details for a 1/64! Or is it?
Didn’t somebody mention he missed all those customized 356 at LaLD? Well, I was lucky enough to receive an epic package from my logistics centre Springfield USA that contained...
No 7-series today. No Recycling either! A bit of a suprise: A totally new model! It is a Neue Klasse, I did some of those on day 2, but after I announced on Instagram ///May week was coming fellow Instagrammer and local BMW nut @denniselbers (owning both an M10 E21 and an M20 E12!) came to the rescue!
I know it’s day 6 of ///May week but it’s the 5th day of the week and “E” is the 5th letter of the alphabet. So it goes. The E1.
The Benchmark. That’s what the automotive press named every single M5 generation. I only was lucky enough to try the F10 from Motorsport but that one wasn’t nearly as impressive as that E92 M3. I’d probably rather try an M5 from the E60 generation. Why?
Finally, no #loophole or #recycleweek needed. As for the 4th day I actually have a cast I haven’t shown before!
To many there’s only one M3: The first one. Having driven an E92 quite intensively I’m not that narrow-minded but when it comes to the looks the E30 is the one to beat! Probably has something to do with being at an age you actually were around when the E30 was the thing to beat anyway...
As I am, just like TFritch, the proud owner of an 02, of course I have some casts on that one.
Day one of ///May week is for the 1 of course. And another extremely busy week means another #loopholeweek for me. Or rather: #recycleweek. As I’ve been around over here I’m sure some of you will recognize stuff, and I’m sure others won’t.
Looks like a Peugeot D3. But Norev sells it as a Chenard-Walcker 1500. Which actually have a family-tie as Peugeot took over Chenard-Walcker while they were producing the 1500. That 1500 was for the amount of kgs it was able to carry.
Recently I got my Tomica G. The Gelände. And it’s nice to see the difference with how a SUV has evolved when you put a more recent one next to it. I don’t have MLs or something so I’m gettin out one of the few 1/64 SUVs I have: Minichamps Porsche Cayenne GTS.
It had a little cameo last week, this Citroën DS23. Last week’s was the DS19, this one has the bigger engine and the bigger headlights. As in 1967, with the 2nd nose redesign, it’s light clusters grew significantly.
Wait, is it Tuesday again already? Darned! Got me some Norevs as I’ve shown last Friday and one of ‘m was the amazing Mercedes Benz 300 SL W198.