A solid one from HW, after the ‘17 Raptor casting.
I was never a fan of these souped up monsters, until the Chevy Bel Air Gasser casting popped up on the radar.
80's had some of the finest looking cars (at least for my eyes), an era where sharp lines dominated, and boxes used to rule the neighbourhood. The F31 Nissan Leopard, the second generation of the Leopard lineage, provides a good example.
A little nip and tuck to the good ol’ casting from MBX.
My obsession with the late off roader should not be a new thing for the LaLDers xD. It only makes sense that I compare a few I have (those approaching 1/64 scale).
Probably. Sadly I don’t own the car I am about to post, and judging by the price, quite unlikely that I ever will. However, like the Bugatti Chiron, I am glad it exists, to show how far these models can go.
Two scales, two brands, built vs. bought, crappy vs. excellent..
Before we begin let me start by saying (any MEF fans here? xD) a very happy new year to the LaLD family! Have a successful, healthy and prosperous 2019! Most importantly, keep scoring epic diecasts, with superb deals!
Fri - yay!
As I told before as well, this obsession with the Defender is not healthy for my wallet at all.
Happy holidays everyone!
This is good.
This soft spot for the late off-roader is causing major worries to my wallet.
Kit building can be addictive, and rewarding, and painful at times.
I would not leave behind a 50th Favorites series’ Datto wagon in a peg for what is the equivalent of 7 odd dollars.
I haven’t lived in the ‘80s to say if that period was really good, but if I am to go by what I see now, and picture myself an image of ‘80s, it could have been a really nice period to live in. Especially with the shapes of cars that came in the era lol.
Ah, the era of boxes on wheels, exempt from all the complicated edges, wedges and curves.
Or is it Testarossa Tuesday? Maybe.
Sheesh. We have had a cat-5 political hurricane here. Still no signs of recovering. Forget about that for a moment now.