Today, after work, my wife gave me the task of tearing apart the old computer desk. I managed to find a early 2000's 1:43 Honda Civic.
Ok, so I’m sure there are better metals to invest in, but I really like the color of this series. Not sure if I’ll get more, however, these were my favorites of those I found on the shelf.
I’m spending my weekend at the Empire Hill Climb Revival in beautiful Empire Michigan, my backyard. I thought you lot would enjoy some of the machinery that showed up for tech today, from a Packard to the world’s meanest Saturn.
Boy, I wish!! No holiday for me. This new work, baby, and school schedule is grueling!!
Life is still bordering on overwhelming, but I’m still lurking around LaLD. I haven’t been able to find the time to build customs and projects are building up! Anyway, I hope everyone is having a great summer!
First off, Hello my diecast friends! I’ve been so busy lately that I haven’t customized, posted, or even bought much of anything. I’ve just been lurking around LaLD checking in on all of your amazing posts!
As many of you know I have been the curator of my adult niece’s Redline Hot Wheels collection for many, many years.
Might as well jump on the Mooneyes bandwagon with my Moon custom chop-top 356 and Chevy truck.
Just happened to stop in a TRU. Glad I did! Found this Viper right on the front of the peg!
I was at Michael’s craft store last week, looking for paint. I happen to notice that their shadow boxes were on sale for 50% off.
For Teutonic Tuesday I present my BMW E30 M3 two door wagon!
Glad to see this one done!! Stay tuned tomorrow! Same LaLD time, same LaLD station!
With little time to customize, I have a couple of cars I’ve been working on.
As some of you know, I recently took a promotion at work. The promotion will require a lot of schooling. That, plus the 40 + hour work week, caring for my mother, and the new baby will seriously limit my time for customizing.
Recently my friend Charlie bought some 2000's era F1 cars for the Formula D racing board game.
Recently a friend gave me a few cars he had laying around. In the bunch was this eye burning bright neon orange Miata. My question, other than the color choices, is about the wheels.
Happy Easter LaLD!
Mazda was founded in Hiroshima Japan in 1920. The company quickly became a major player in Japan’s new automotive industry. The name Mazda was derived from the Asian god Ahura Mazda, the god of intelligence, wisdom, and harmony. They need to add rotary engines and carbon-ceramic brakes to that list.