I own one.
I own one.
This is great, but the funniest part about it is the butthurt that is following.
Like the 1:1 car world, the classic 1:18 JDM market is on fire right now. If you want to get any high end models from the pre-Fast and Furious era, you’ll need to shell out more than just a couple bucks.
Here is my 1/43 scale HPI Nissan Skyline GT-R R33 that I acquired from a Japanese supermarket/toy shop a few days ago. This model cost 50 bucks and I dunno that I would spend that on another one but a purple R33 is a must have. It’s very well detailed but has no opening parts and only one wheel rolls which is odd.
how do i downvote you
Have a feeling Chiron buyers can afford both and not have to deal with those silly life things called decisions.
A no-tranny-girlfriend is always a big plus in my book.
Calling the guy who just demanded the families of his enemies to be murdered a “relative moderate” should really tell you everything you need to know about american politics.
Why should a consumer have to “root” his or her phone to get a proper experience? That's just a ridiculous suggestion. You may have some technical know-how but the VAST majority aren’t gonna bother with it.
I need the Nismo
One time I was talking to a co-worker about a problem that South Africa was having (it was so long ago now that I don’t recall what the problem was) and then my co-worker smiled and said “That’s what they get for ending apartheid”. To make matters worse he said it right in front of our boss, who was from Africa.
The last of my 1/18's to show. This is none other than the Maisto 1/18 Mercedes-Benz AMG GT.
Am I the only one who think Bryan Singer’s movies invariably look a little... poor? Everything in that trailer screams “actors standing in the dead center of a green screen surrounded by CGI”. Clearly most of First Class was CGI too but it still at least didn’t feel like a plussed-up Syfy special.
where is the wing
Awesome write up! As always
spare tire on a race car? Interesting :P
are we sure this ISN’T 1987?