Honda Civic Type R FK8 1:64 by MINI GT - TSM Model Scale Miniatures in ‘Aegean Blue’.
Here’s a Kyosho Jaguar XJR9 (designed by Tony Southgate for TWR) to mark the start of Le Mans 2018.
1948 Land Rover Series 1 by Matchbox Collectibles: Models Of Yesteryear. And it is 70 years old this year! :D
I had to have this!
I’ve shown this Corgi BMW M1 Procar before, but since I don’t have any new purchase of any ///M cars, I suppose it’ll have to do... not that I’m complaining... love the M1!
Ayrton Senna (1960-1994)
Looks like a HW Elite 1/43 Ferrari 458 Italia, right?
Hot Wheels Porsche 993 GT2 ‘custom art car design’ done by me.
Customised my own Then & Now pair of Nissan Skyline R34 and Hakosuka. Just a simple use of silver and red markers for the headlights and taillights.
Furaiday. Furai-day. Geddit? XD
Still the last Japanese entry to win Le Mans, the Mazda 787B will forever and always be a legend of motorsport.
The ‘55 Chevy Panel from the Hot Wheels: Garage (GM) series.
1:64 Lotus Esprit Turbo by Kyosho. Wedge-tastic!
1990 Hot Wheels BMW 850i.
Matchbox BMW M5 ‘Police’ 1:64
Tomica Lamborghini Huracán Performante ‘yellow’ (first release limited edition colour)
I’m not a collector of American classic diecast cars, but this one was an unexpected surprise.
For the wildcard, I’ll show this Tomica F1 Panasonic Toyota TF103. This was the car Toyota used in the 2003 Formula One season, and it was driven by Frenchman Olivier Panis and Brazilian Cristiano da Matta.
Hot Wheels Speed Machines Ferrari FXX. In Nero, of course.
For the silver theme, I’d like to showcase one of the best (in my opinion) 1/64 replicas of the GT-Rs, the 2014 Nissan GT-R Nismo by Tomica Limited Vintage Neo.