diecast4
Matrix Motorsports
diecast4
Mar 10 2019
1

Yes and no. They roll, but not enough to “play with. I actually made a YouTube review of the car as well, and show how the wheels roll on the video. Just search for TrapSpeed Photography on YouTube and you’ll find it. 

May 4 2018
1

I have 2 Town cars from Neo and while amazing models in every way...sadly they don’t roll which was a big disappointment to me

May 3 2018
1

The axles and wheels allow rolling, but whether they do so freely is hit or miss. From what I’ve read, some of the 1/64s roll freely and others do not. Mine doesn’t.

Apr 2 2017
1

You`re welcome buddy! Kyle Busch is one of my favorite drivers. I also like Carl Edwards, who retired surprisingly, and the young wild guys Chase Elliott and Bubba Wallace

Mar 30 2017
1

I have to get used to this new format. But we will see what the further races will bring. What do you think?

Mar 28 2017
1

Dude! I can tell you, that the NASCAR fan-community in Germany is growing up pretty fast. The TV-station, which broadcast the races and the commentators are always in touch with the fans. Its so cool to watch this trend. And also the fans of the NASCAR-diecasts become more and more

Mar 19 2017
1

“Command Strips” are amazing, and would easily hold those.

Mar 19 2017
1

Furring strips and a ton of double sided tape. (But that’ll cause roughly as much damage and be more sketchy)

bman76-4
and 1 more
Mar 19 2017
1

Assuming they have new castings planned. I’ve heard that they do not. So, Auto World is your best bet.

Mar 11 2017
1

Right, October. That’s pretty much how I feel about it. I think we’ll stock this one anyway because I think the underlying coolness of the subject outweighs the plastic construction...but JUST.

Mar 9 2017
1

I remember the Gran Turismo C7.R having a modified chassis plate to avert fat lip syndrome. Modifying the body itself would obviously be the best option, but it’s a fair bit more extensive than the usual plastic-to-metal spoiler job...

Mar 6 2017
1

Right? Now if they would break into the Tomicarama type of stuff, or Tiny Hong Kong City, I’ll be very happy

Mar 6 2017
1

I’ve read pieces correlating the current WRC with Group B, with its ever more wild bodywork and aero. The current cars are faster point to point, but I don’t think we’ll see the likes of Group B’s madness again, with manufacturers duking it out for maximum power and insanity. Certainly not within the current Read more