I know It might not please some people but for NZ$2 you can’t go wrong. Never Knew Tomica did this gen of Corvette.
Excuse the mediocre picture quality.
My new Tomicas arrived in the mail today, Yay!
This Is a recent Pickup of mine (technically a gift from my mum), Its a Volvo wagon from the late 70s early 80s.
Now that that Dead meme is out of the way, I should remind you guys and gals, that I have an Instagram account where I mostly post photos of Diecast. Mainline Hot wheels free!
While I’m waiting for my other TLV’s to arrive I started organizing more for the next upcoming months. I had a 10% off coupon from my first HLJ Shipment (thanks to Small Scale Sydney for the tip to use HLJ btw) to use so this is what I got with it. In the end this model only ended up costing me US$15.95 .
I got Myself a 10% off coupon from my last HLJ Shipment order and I thought it would be fun allowing you guys to help me on deciding on what to get.
I thought that I should share a post I made on Swifty’s Garage, in case anyone is interested.
Tomica Premium Nissan Leopard Review
This Is my first of many Tomica Limited Vintage cars. These are much smaller in person than in photos.
It was a bit of a pain trying to get this done as it kept saying they (as in eBay) don’t ship to my Country. It all worked out in the end though.
You would be surprised on how small this casting is in person as it looks big in photos. Here are some comparisons with random cars from my collection in case you want to get one for your own collection.
IT’S HIP TO BE SQUAREBODY
AUTO WORLD 1973 CHEVROLET CHEYENNE STEPSIDE (1:64)
Here’s an exclusive first look at the pre-production samples of the upcoming FIRST EVER RELEASE of our newly-tooled squarebody Chevy trucks. This first release will feature both this stepside 1973 version at stock ride height as well as a…
I Bought Both of these a couple of days ago, They have issues which aint a huge problem, It’s something that all of the US brands have in this price bracket, They are sold for a little more than Car Culture yet have twice the detail. I wonder how they manage to turn a profit?
Not bad but the Lancer needs a drivers side fin adjustment. Of course there are minor paint flaws here and there but other than that these models are fine.
Not many early Mitsubishi Motors (Mitsubishi motors was formed back in 1970) cars in small scale if not any scale so this model is quite a treat to find, and it is a Galant too!
So far I am satisfied with these beauties, Nothing terribly wrong with these two, the Mercury has a slightly deformed steering wheel but I can live with that.
And other questions that science just can’t answer.
2018 seemed to be the year of the “New Tooling” for Greenlight. so I thought we should discuss on what our most favorite New tooling of this year is.