Another hidden treasure from my storage revealed on my 186th post with the ‘50s Chevy Truck by Hot Wheels from their Ultra Hots series.
As we’re nearing Christmas I am finding more treasures from the past and on my 185th post is the ‘48 Ford Woody under the Wagon Wheels series from Hot Wheels.
I bet some of you are not aware that Tomica also makes train and no this is not the Plarail that are marketed for kids but a true 1/64 TLV Neo and on my 184th post is the Seibu 12 Hiroshima Electric Railway Type 750 (Momiji).
Before Car Culture, Hot Wheels had issued some cool premium classic cars from years ago under the Ultra Hots series. On my 183rd post I will show one of those that I dug out from storage.
A bit late, oh heck more than a week late about this hawl.
After getting my Tomicarama assembled, this will be my third diorama and the second Japan theme setting that is going in my curio and in my 182th post, it’s time to show off some variety of cars.
This is the 3rd and last model included in the package from Japan. On my 180th post is the LV-97 b Nissan Caball 1900 by TLV.
If you like collecting Japanese police car, consider this classic Nissan Cedric in police livery.
For those that has been here for a while, you may remember the 3 car guys who started restoring a Ford Ranchero and ended up opening a garage.
Or win a lotto or mortgage your mansion.
My goal was to post whatever Car Culture (2nd generation) I acquire for this year in a continuing series but after posting Team Transport wave 1 and the Mazda in Circuit Legend, I got side track with other post so hope to showcase all of them before the end of the year so here is my 179th post with the Team Transport…
Here is the 2nd one that I received from Japan and on my 178th post is the classic Corolla in police livery.
I received my order from Japan a few weeks ago and on my 177th post for DLM 1/64th or smaller models the first one is a set of racing cars.
A true blue vintage micro JDM truck is the subject on my 176th post.
There are times when what you don’t expect pops up all of the sudden. On my 176th post, that something is the Volkswagen T2 Pickup by Hot Wheels.
Another new tooling of 1/64th truck with trailer for my 175th post.
You’ve seen many reproduction of this beloved or shall we say terrifying car from Hot Wheels to Auto World and of course Johnny Lightning. If anyone here were too young to have seen this movie or never bothered to watch it, this is based on a 1983 American horror film directed by renowned horror and suspense director…
Our office gave us an hour and a half project by having us use our artistic skills and do some pumpkin painting. I decided to do more than that.