My options are dwindling by the day. Vintage cars are few and far between over here—at least, 1:18 ones are. Thankfully, this BoS Maserati QP from my most recent American Excellence order showed up in the nick of time. And since it’s still 11:59 PM over here in Cali, I, too, am in the nick of time for today’s entry.
I have just a few of these :)
After humbly caring for the infamous bug, it is back en-route to EL_ULY.
Haven’t seen any new MB or HW here lately, I do hope they show up eventually.
Also known as the Defendair in some markets.
No, I had no plans for it. Honestly, I haven’t made a custom in like two years. Hopefully I’ll get back to it one of these days.
I’m in love with this new MBX 930. It’s a fantastic little car! The stance isn’t perfect, but the rest definitely is.
Sorry for missing Micro Monday. I’ll try to make up for it with my childhood X-Ray NSX from 1991-1995 or so.
Got this bad boy in the mail today!
Those look good in that color but I like the red a bit more
Correct, the manufacture date of the car, not the casting. You’d have us all beat there lol
Looks like a Porsche M3 to me. Or BMW M911
This will be a hot one!
Just a hampster in an exercise wheel.
That must be the only scale model of a ford explorer sport trac...outside of the design studio. Because blegh.
Consider it's done. If I find some new tricks I would gladly share with you guys.
Lesney Matchbox time is here again, and time again to start a new round of boxed models. Today we examine Lesney Matchbox 69a, the Commer 30 cwt van, also known simply as the “Nestle’s Van”. This casting entered the range in 1959, remaining until 1965, and is as much a treat as the products that would have been…
Recent eBay score. I continue my quest to find a 1:64(ish) Diecast cars to represent every automotive Marquee. This is my first Sunbeam. Though I would rather find the chrome dish wheel variant. These are pretty rare so I cant be too picky. It’s missing the plastic removable roof which is usually translucent blue.…