Looking back and reading your comment about the 900SS/CR, that wouldn’t be too hard to make if I found a second 900SS FE...
Looking back, the HSC is still the better design compared to the new production NSX!
Hey wanted to reach out and see if you ever found the blue Xterra, because I grabbed an extra recently in case you hadn’t!
Loved the Veilside cars in F&F, and got a up close and personal look at several in Forza Motorsport (1) on the original Xbox in 2005!
Love this casting! I didn’t know it was based on a real car, I only knew it was rare in that it has a designer’s name on the base, “Designed by Tom Meade” or something to that effect, maybe one of the only such cars in Hot Wheels lore.
Send me an address to (my username) at gmail and I’ll send it out! I already have this casting in the same color with the earlier wheels!
Welcome back sir! Are you still looking for this Jetta?
Very thoughtful post. I’m glad you’re keeping his memory alive. Post pics of the builds, 1:64 as well as 1:1!
I thought I knew how many. I just re-counted. I just realized I did not know how many.
I try, I think I have 4 1:64 cars that I left carded, 2 racing champions ‘64 impalas like the real 2 I sold last summer, and the 2 Matchbox Hakosukas with card variations, and only because I have all four loose as well lol
Eddie! Whats up man? Haven’t heard from you in a while, wanted to share this:
Love me some Super Van City!
They do show signs on bending but not much, and the gap between cases is so small that I’m not worried about them breaking or stressing hard
Yes it is! 🤣
Roundbadge is right, that’s where I get mine too. Price just came down from $16ish too.
Be careful.. Small handfuls of HW or MB turn into stacks of cases!
Thanks! It’s way more fun to share :-)
Doesn’t look like it. Also, aside from this and the Xterra that I found with it (with the opening liftgate) I haven’t seen any more of these anywhere. I hope I’m able to find more, I love these!
Sound logic, do they make a Titan?
I had no idea how it worked so I did some reading, and it turned out to be a joint venture between NY and NJ. What a cool piece of history that Tomica is!