1:64 Konami - 1:32 Microace Arii Owner’s Club
Z car with T-tops
Lights go up and down
The Nuremberg Toy Fair (Spielwarenmesse), one of the largest toy industry trade shows, concluded at the beginning of the month, and several diecast companies previewed new releases for 2019.
Small Mazda pickup
With triangles of no torque
Although you might not be aware, the 2019 Nuremberg Toy Fair was last week (January 29 to February 2), which is why many upcoming models from various manufacturers have been unveiled. Schuco has revealed the 2019 New Models Catalogue, showing a number of interesting releases slated for later this year.
2018 was pretty good, diecast-purchase-wise, and it’s taken me quite a while to narrow down my top 10 purchases.
Matchbox 1:64 - Tamiya 1:24
... Time to share your top ten purchases of 2018!
One of General Motors’ better efforts in the early 21st Century was the Pontiac Vibe. GM had began declining in the 1980s, and sought to learn manufacturing techniques from Toyota, who sought to build cars in North America.
You have to post a 924 on 9/24, and here it is!
Kicking off my posts for Rennsport Reunion is something we’ve seen here before, the 1:66 Schuco Porsche 917.
Back in the day, most 3-inch diecast companies had a crane truck or two in the lineup. Working features in these small trucks were a lot more common. This here is the first crane truck from Tomica: 72-1, the Nissan Diesel UNIC Truck Crane, introduced in 1973.