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!
First up, every Matchbox car I have that came in a “match box.”
I thought this was a color variation when I first got it home with the others, I didn’t realize until I saw the real riders, TH and card mounted flame logo that I had a $uper in my hands! I’m glad I decided to “make sure I had the Then & Now Kenmeri” 😎
It’s a bit early but we’re setting up the Christmas tree, and I have some Hallmark collectibles from the All American Trucks series to display.
I shouldn’t have opened it.
Here’s a closer look at that TLV-N that just came in.
A visit to Cedar Rapids, IA netted some awesome stuff.
My spreadsheets and lists are all finally converted and formatted to Google Drive.
So have a Volvo 244 that I found online! Let’s see your 244s!
Sunday, August 20th, 2017, I got down on one knee after a lovely Italian dinner and asked the woman of my dreams to marry me. She said yes!
Back when I was a nine year old kid in 1995, Dad bought me a Jag XJ220.
A friend of mine used to have a 1976 Ford Maverick. It was this copper color, white vinyl roof and light brown interior.
Finally found the Race Day set! Save for one, still missing that elusive NSX... 😞
It’s been a lon while since my last post, but check your local Walmarts, RC Mint was $3 even and AW was $4!
I’ve been posting a lot of my old posts over to this group on Facebook.
I recreated the recent Hot Wheels Redlines Bone Shaker from the 2015 Heritage Series on Forza Horizon 3.
I finally have a Tomica hachiroku, the famed Initial D “eight six.”
The recent hawl from the garage sale, DLM’d and in detail, and a few snags from an antique store in Oelwein, IA.
Garage sale, $22 for the whole lot.
Of all the research I’ve conducted to name cars and series and collector numbers, I’ve only been stumped once.