That looks a lot more like a single-stage-to-orbit spacecraft than a missile. Or the F-104 for that matter.
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Because the logical thing to do with your top of the line wagon is to install a massive supercharger.
I’ve been offered a discounted Maisto NFS Undercover Murcielago LP-640 (these have not gone down in price somehow), but there’s a catch. Any ideas on how this can be dealt with?
I’m left wondering if the people making fake listings bother with subtlety when trying to scam people.
The Popular at the mall near my college had some new stock come in, so I figured I’d grab the good stuff before it’s gone. No luck finding any Boss 302 Muscle Machines here, though. I wonder if Maisto cares about reviving the brand...
Or rather Custom Charger, since the movie car has decidedly a non-factory shortened nose cone and wing, apparently to placate studio executives. Why a Daytona was considered toy-like and not the cars from the first two movies, the world wonders (OK, it’s actually because people thought they looked good then).
Yes, the Mattel Fast & Furious cars are showing up here in Malaysia. The problem is, they only seem to be available through a refreshment package “deal” at one cinema chain. I was fortunate enough to pick up the Charger Daytona before the usual suspects discovered the offer, since the local cinema’s stock for the week…
I suppose this was a return by someone, since the packaging and the model inside are quite old. It’s a Phase One, though, and I’m more of a Phase Two guy... Anyone know about the quality of this model?
For those of you who don’t play Need for Speed: No Limits (I quit due to the game constantly being rebalanced to be ever more frustrating), they have a Hot Wheels collaboration event going featuring the Time Attaxi and the Gazella GT. Hence the interview and design studio tour.
This is it. The car that convinced me to buy the Snow Stormers multipack.
This one is from the 2017 Snow Stormers 5-pack. I think I like this livery more than the Team Hot Wheels one.
Japanese airsoft magazines are truly amazing.
Those in low-lying areas of Butte County should head for higher ground. If anyone here has friends or family there, checking on them may be a good idea.
Using Natty Ice as a safety image because what I need help identifying is even worse. No, really.
But if anyone actually does, your hobbies have met... if you like the Twin Mill III and Bone Shaker, that is.
One I can’t actually answer confidently, as it turns out.
Featuring the designer, Jun Imai.