An update on the Lancer Evo III casting by Inno64.
A closer look to the Nissan Skyline GT-R R32 Calsonic collection set, by Inno64.
The perfect Christmas gift : Inno64 Macau GP 2020 collection of 12 cars!
Here is my Top 10 models of the year!
You see it in double ? It's normal! It's Hobby Japan way to do!
A quick look at the Touring Car Altezza of October by Inno64
A non exhaustive bunch of good addresses for your cars. From my point of view.
Model: Honda NSX NA1 (1990) in Grand Prix White Release: Hobby Japan NSX (220-800) eBay link: Hobby Japan NSX Why I am featuring it: Cause it's a NSX of course. I'm in a NSX mood. In fact, I'm ready for 2021. Let's end this shit 2020 year, and see 2021 quickly. And as I predict, …
The peps NSX-R NA2 by Inno64 will bring color in your collection.
Let's have a look at the special edition AE86 Trueno Black Limited.
I was very very impatient to see this one in hand. And I have to say it doesn't disappoint!
I didn't expect that.
This little Prince Clipper by Tomica Limited Vintage is too good to ignore.
Another Hobby Japan review, of a classic Honda Civic EG6 SiR-II.
Let's have a look at this big red thing from Calgary International Airport.
A look at the last model from the Japanese brand Hobby Japan with the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo IV Ralliart lievery.
Here is an original model, by our Macau diecast nerds aka Inno64. The Toyota Altezza RS 200 is a favorite casting of the brand : here is the TRD version.
The GT-R R32 is obviously a mold Inno64 is showcasing, and here are 4 new versions highlighted.
Hobby Japan is a newcomer in the 1/64 premium world, quite discreet, but prolific.
Here is my parcel full of US diecast from a french eBay seller called Quinazland.
As I have already written, the Mercedes-Benz Evo II by Inno64 is a masterpiece, but I did miss the street black version at the time. I knew I would wheel swap it.
This is one I wanted to feature for a long time, because it's a favorite casting of mine, of a very famous French car.
Just a quick heads up to rely a new casting announcement from Inno64.
I am a big fan of the Cosworth thing, and I hope my European friends will agree with me. It is believed to be the supercar of the working class. Defunct brand CM's replicated it in the sedan version.