Very charming, the homemade touches definitely bring some life to the little guy!
While I’m waiting for my other TLV’s to arrive I started organizing more for the next upcoming months. I had a 10% off coupon from my first HLJ Shipment (thanks to Small Scale Sydney for the tip to use HLJ btw) to use so this is what I got with it. In the end this model only ended up costing me US$15.95 .
I had the pathfinder and u-haul trailer but wish I had the tracker and jet ski I also wish that the u-haul trailer had doors on it but mine didn’t.
I had the race team one as a kid! I remember trashing the car to have race damage boy what was I thinking lol.
This is so awesome!! Nice work on all the little details!
The final product is absolutely breathtaking! The attention to detail and craftsmanship are perfect. It's car show season here in CA and I'm about to make all of my ZL1 friends very jealous! Even better is that I received this incredible gift from a great friend and was able to participate in the process.
I really don’t understand that statement about being cleaned out of the good stuff. That would be something you say if you were buying items and got beat. Not if you’re selling them. Shouldn’t he be happy his stock is actually selling? If he didn’t want it gone, then he shouldn’t bring it to a freaking flea…
lol...I’m done with it, just so many bridges under water as my aunt would say.
These vendors spend a lot of time under the same roof, week after week, watching this one make a sale, that one make a sale, etc, etc. I’m not making any excuses for them, but they’re too much into each others business.
Looking back, there…
I know it’s been said by everyone else here, but you’re obviously the one in the right. You’re at a flea market selling stuff. The whole reason people go to flea markets is to find good deals on things. And when you do, you buy them. Plain and simple. No customer of anything is going to go “Um, excuse me, I think you…
Tomica time, Land of the Rising Sun-day, is here again. Today’s installment is similar in color to last week’s featured vehicle. This is Tomica 26-1, the Toyota Celica 1600 GT. This casting entered the range in October 1971, remaining until July 1978, and is the kind of car that made both Tomica and Toyota popular:
That’s too awesome!! Lovely color for sure.
That is so cool. Are all 3 cars link to the same video like they are having a race or are each cars independent of each other?
Hope everyone had a good long weekend.
Really well done all around!
I thought the license plate was an awesome detail, then I saw the box.
A few things finally happened this week:
Freakin’ Amazing! That was an excellent thing to have done. He’ll love it!