Happy Valentines Day fellow LaLDers! Let’s see your favorite red/pink cars~
As I mentioned in my previous posts; I decided to buy one of the high-detailed Diecasts after your suggestions. This time I didn’t even use the artificial road. I just found a puddle and tried to show my photography techniques on this.
Here is a 1:64 Dydo/Kyosho Ferrari 250 GT SWB I tried restoring some months ago, wearing a day-appropriate color.
PlasticPrints Import Export Service received some fresh stock today.
this was a quick build because i was bored last night. This is the gasser body using the chassis aand fromt wheels from a fire truck and a set of 3d printed rears.
The title might be a little confusing, but at the time of composing this article, my day is also quite similar; in between Tuesday and Wednesday.
Finally getting back into some customs. Dat color shift tho...
When I can’t get out and enjoy the hunt, I arrange for diecast to be sent to my house. And for a few brief days I can vicariously expand my collection, before I have to pack them up again and ship them to Australia.
One of the perks is that he has good taste. This is a Mandarin VW Type 2 Ambulance. I don’t remember…
ohhh yes... so nice in orange!!
Alfa Romeo TZ2 in 1:100 by Kyosho.
Something about the first two shots seems so classy. I approve greatly!
I know, but Php700 minimum is still really brutal for me as someone who’s not that rich. Other models could rise in the thousands for just ONE car, and I’ve barely scrounged enough money to even come close to buying the Tomica Ferrari gift set...which gets eaten up by school expenses and a lot of other potential buys…
It just made me sate for the cheaper HW version more. There’s no way I can afford that MiniGT, unless somehow I win it as a prize somewhere, but who gives these things out as prizes anyway?
MiniGT McLaren Senna in ‘Mira Orange’ delivered via MBX’s new Flatbed King truck. The McLaren will definitely be featured here again...
Here’s a quick explanation showing how I created the photo shoot of that gorgeous Alfa Romeo Tipo 33/3. Here’s a wide shot of the diorama:
Tomica time is here again. Like the last installment, this one is a Land of the Rising Sun-day only via the maker of the casting. Today we examine Tomica F11-2, the Fiat 131 Abarth Rally. This casting entered the range in March 1979, and is something from another era:
The 918 still reigns supreme in my book:)
I was so inspired by Philip’s recent post of his Tipo 33/3 by TSM that I had to find one! Found this with a Make An Offer on the bay. You wouldn’t believe how much surgery the driver - Vaccarella himself - had to endure to fit in the cockpit.
Admittedly I am not a Ferrari fan, but this take on a classic by Tomica Premium semed too good for me to pass on. I dont have much to talk about, so let me shut up and let you see the photos.