Nothing new to here but new for me. Trip to Chattanooga paid off.
From my two girls. More later
Interesting Read/Listen on the history of Hotwheels. My brother ran across this and sent it over. http://www.stuffyoushouldknow.com/podcasts/how-h…
Last weekend’s post has given birth to this weekend’s
FINALLY! Ive been waiting for this ever since the decision for 1:1 production was made.
What’s the oddest way you acquired a diecast vehicle?
So, looking around the ‘ol interwebs, as some are want to say, and found this little gem. Evidently, 1 was made and it never made it to production. As something of a chess guy, I now want to make one. I will have to add it after dioramas but could be a fun project.
So, how does a diecast guy bring his passion to work? Really easy to do, a little superglue and 2, count them, 2 magnets underneath the car. I tried with 1 but they wont support the weight, and they will slide, or always point up. Putting 2 side by side solves the issue.
Just about ready to start terraforming process.
The red, white, and blue
So, not a diecast, but scaled automotive so there’s that.
Thanks to Mustangfan, I had this cornucopia upon my arrival at the old homestead.
Found this waiting when i got home! From mustangfan
Red Letter Day- DBS. Both shades of red. The darker red is the preferred, but I think Ihave the DB5 in red to go side by side.
Digging out the way back machine for the LeMans/Daytona ones I love...
From Wiley Wednesday, I alluded to a past event in my life. Upon request from TommyKar-
These two cars are two of my favorite designs. Sure, they are a suped up Bug and Jag, but they are great designs from their manufacturers.
Since I have cataloged my haul.
As title implies, this is really suited for a Tuesday but my schedule lately is such I probably wouldn’t get to it then.