This is from the Real Riders series released a few years ago. Its name is a word play of its Class of dragsters. Per wikipedia, “altereds were essentially stock gas, alcohol, or fuel-class cars with parts removed or changed. The Altered category originated “for cars with moderate changes”, according to the rulebook.…
Here is a 1:64 Dydo/Kyosho Ferrari 250 GT SWB I tried restoring some months ago, wearing a day-appropriate color.
For the past year or so, I have been just lurking around LaLD. Let us change that with this 1/18 Tuned R32 GT-R by AutoArt.
Too much work and errands to participate in ROTB. Maybe next time, I’ll set them free!
Edit: Kyosho 1:64 Ferrari 512M. Just about right for Radcast, methinks.
Wheels are from the Hotwheels Car Culture Golf GTI.
The Grani & Partners Cinqué with the Motormax C12. The latter is slightly bigger than the 1:64 G&P Zonda.
Here is a Pagani Zonda Roadster Cinqué in 1:64 by Grani & Partners. A detailed casting of a lovely car; if you have an opportunity to get one, please do so. I have been waiting for so long for a proper 1:64 model of the Zonda, and this one does not disappoint.
EDIT: I just created a team, named “Live and Let Diecast”, so see you in RR3-if ever you play it!
After a long hiatus, I just recently finished three Japanese-themed cars.
Hello everyone! In our kitchen is an ex-Corgi casting of the Jaguar XJ40, now with a low ride height and gold MC5 wheels. The grille and interior were painted black as well.
So far the best 2017 Ford GT gets an upgrade: gold 5-spoke wheels!
Matchbox’s recolor of the ND Miata was excellent, most especially its front and rear tampos of the lights. The letdown was the use of mag wheels with chrome spinners. Thankfully, this KREAUTO model wheel set-which looks like a cross between the SSR Star Shark and the SSR Speed Star Wagon-was on hand to improve the…
Which is better? Hotwheels, Majorette or Tomica?
Two of the hottest new cars, masterfully done in 1:64 by Tomica.
I can’t be the only one who loves Sharpie Yellow :)
No, this does not involve any change in the ECU... as this Tomica NSX-R, as you know, has no engine. Rather, there are many paint chips marring the otherwise good off-white paint. The mesh wheels are from the HW 934.5 I modified earlier. And just like the Porsche, this is a WIP.
Have a great weekend!