Ooof. RLC has become my uppermost bound. I can't quite bring myself to do it.
Darn, I was missing 177a and N174 and could’ve helped unload them but I just ordered them on Wednesday.
You gonna do what you should’ve done with the P1 next? Seriously, the ack of Papaya orange is outright criminal.
So I had a recent business trip to Texas come up, and there’s also a good LaLD buddy that I’ve been trading with for 2+ years in Texas. It just so happened I was flying into his city!
But how small are the wheels going to be? ;)
Source? More like poison sauce. ;)
I have been fighting the urge to pull the trigger on the TLV Silhouettes and this isn’t helping!
oh my goodness.... <3 that is all(:
This is premium LaLD!! Great job with the photos and the sets.
Very realistic! I love those legacy’s
Great shots, very nice
Hello again LaLD! It’s been a minute, but here’s a local pickup from today that I couldn’t resist. Charlie Kemp’s 1965 Shelby GT350, and I don’t believe the seller knew the booklet inside was signed!
wow those all look so cool! that diorama is popular. they did such a great job on it. that rig is awesome, as well. what a great post!:D
Nice. It looks like the diorama is on top of the trailer at first glance in the top pic. Played some foolery on my eyes
The transporter is beautiful.
Tomica time is here again. Like the last installment, this one is a Land of the Rising Sun-day only via the maker of the casting. Today we examine Tomica F11-2, the Fiat 131 Abarth Rally. This casting entered the range in March 1979, and is something from another era:
2004 doesn’t seem like such a long time ago to me, but then again, a lot has changfed since then. Like the quality of diecast - it has improved in leaps and bounds. Tomica launched the Limited Vintage range in that year, and they were the bee’s knees. But today, we can do better. And so, Tomica have re-cast on of…
Welcome to Hot Sixty 4th in which I show off my DLM 1/64 and smaller and sometimes larger collections. On my 205th post is another one of my collection of JAF livery.
“One acquires 1:1 by acquiring less 1:64" - ancient Confucius proverb.
Those Book releases look amazing. The 2000GT is such an interesting car to me, under performer but its just so beautiful. You’ll have to share some of the book substance if you crack those open!