Let’s get real, though: that’s the HW Elite 1:18 car, right? Certainly is priced like one.
So tell me, Jerry: how did you manage to get your car stuck in that hole?
Those are the Type 2 Sport wheels and they work for about 7/10 models. They don't have pronounced spokes but have deep barrels and are wide enough to actually be drivable.
<pre-orders Premium car because poor>
Instant winner. Everything just fell into place.
Yeah that’s honestly the ballsier move here. A rotary Corvette...is something that was actually about to happen way back, and we can do it again.
That would be better as an RC car, though I reckon you'd lose most of the detail for motive force. Trophy trucks are wild beasts and it would be fun to run even just a tiny version.
OK, I missed out on the write-up re: Jamie Chadwick, so here’s a query: do you think she has the power to move up to F2 and F1? What would it take for her to get there? I’m a big enough fan that the bias would render my take useless, so what’s yours?
The limit to me would be the Gulf Culture car and Speed Machines one that repped Nick Mason’s example, just so I could have one of every variation.
To be fair, it’s hard not to like the F1 GTR, and with the current reissues it’s easy to have one than it used to be before.
Oh that’s just inopportune. This is my punishment for taking too long to shoot.
They went everywhere I think. Shift and Shift 2 are effectively the precursors to Project CARS, then the newer titles past 2010 Hot Pursuit aren’t really much.
Too late. The scretis out the moment you posted on this blog. Now, prepare to be [DATA EXPUNGED].
Rare to see Spark do road cars in 1:64. Makes me wonder: just how small are profit margins for anything smaller than 1:43?
If only that came in a smaller format...
Oh fuck, the Colossal Titan is here!
<slaps on Russian markings>
That looks WAY better than the 1:43 M3 DTM I have, made by MSZ models (photo similar to the one I have).
I think I’ve seen you on IG. Welcome aboard! May you have fun here.