Time for a journey back through my childhood with these recently re-acquired Tootsietoy haulers.
Some of you may recall February of 2016 when I showcased a 1:18 scale custom of my Metallic Thunder Gray 2008 Suzuki SV650N, made from a yellow Maisto SV650S. Recently I got a second chance at this build, as a new coworker turned out to be a fellow SV-N rider and I wanted to build his bike as well. The color was never…
I have a friend from my days in the US Navy who is a huge car enthusiast like us and loves racing, speed, and all things high performance. When he showed me his recent purchase of a 2013 Camaro ZL1 in Blue Ray Metallic, it wasn’t long before I set off on a quest to make him a miniature version of his car. Pictures do…
The new look in the office.
I wish I had an old Type-3 fastback to go with this new one, I love how much retro feel comes with it. I didn’t know they made the RW 67 regular wheel Type-3, and hopefully this signals a grand return to their roots. Love this stuff!
Hitch & Tow + Hobby Shop = ...
What is this awesomeness?
This year’s All American Truck and Classic American Car ornaments.
I just finished uploading all my collection in pictures to Google Drive, so the navyeagleeye86 Diecast Museum is open to to public for viewing!
How have I never seen or heard of this before?
...Make such an egregious mistake...
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Yesterday, November 3rd, I visited a toy show at the Jackson Fairgrounds that I heard about on the radio. I’m here in Michigan for work and took full advantage.
This may have already been shared, but have the Christine from Johnny Lightning!
You’re ride has arrived.
It’s been a hot minute, but I wanted to just leave this here...
It’s been forever since I’ve posted. How’s everyone doing?
Some cool small models that Walmart carried for a short time years ago. They came with clear plastic covers in addition to these nice black plastic bases.
Sorry for the out of order pictures, but Kinja doesn’t like me.
I finally got all of my diecast under one roof, my current residence, and although I had to innovate and package a bit, it looks like it all fit!