Ah, the era of boxes on wheels, exempt from all the complicated edges, wedges and curves.
Or is it Testarossa Tuesday? Maybe.
Sheesh. We have had a cat-5 political hurricane here. Still no signs of recovering. Forget about that for a moment now.
It’s been quite a while. My attention had swung from 1:64s to 1:24 kit builds in no time, and I have a significant amount of WIP piling up. I still have a shipment from Japan to be received(it is unusually late), that also has some 1:64 goodies along with a kit of Y31 Cedric / Gloria, one of the most elegant boxes on…
We interrupt this epic broadcast of Rennsport Reunion week for a short commercial from Toyota! *Er..*
A thought on everyone affected by Florence and Mangkhut before I start the post. Hope all LaLDers are safe from any harm, and hope there won’t be any significant damage of any sort.
Had to rush with this one, it is almost Monday here. Lol. (*uneasy silence followed by loud sobbing*).
JDM as hell.
Took the GL JW Boss 429 out for a ride.
Needless to say, the Datsun hype would drown all the rest of the cars from the Hot Wheels 50th Anniversary Favorites Car Culture set. However, from the time I saw the cars being opened, I had a different view. The Datto was probably not the must-have in the set, at least to my eyes.
Yeah right, the most famous Datsun in the States if the motoring sites are to be believed (I come from the other corner of the world lol).
Yesterday was a holiday, so decided to take my JL Land Cruiser on a small journey.
Back after ages. Work and sickness can get the better of you at times.
This post is to verify two things;
Needless to say, the MBX Land Rover Defender 110 is a very photogenic model. I used to like the newer, lowered roof variant (such as the one from last year’s LR series version) but this execution of the Globe Travelers made me rethink my comparative dislike to the original design with the taller roof rack.
Tiny is well and truly becoming one of the serious players in the 1:64 category.
Finally took the camera out after the BMW week, for some serious action. Not many shots, but I am quite happy with the outcome.
This post was supposed to come online much earlier. Then Windows decided to throw in an update; an update that lasted 12 hours.
One of the best Beemers I have in my collection, the Forza Motorsport release of the famed ‘73 BMW 3.0 CSL Race Car casting from Hot Wheels.