2017 Release 4 will be here soon, and while the previews are done, I had to show off this beautiful pair of Mustangs. The ’71 Mach 1 doesn’t get the … Continue Reading Check out this Mustang Mach 1 duo from Auto World
I have never seen Christine. I probably should. I like cars, but have never thought too much about haunted cars. So I don’t know the story, but I do know … Continue Reading An Instant Classic: The Auto World x MiJo Exclusive “For Sale” Plymouth Fury from Christine
Auto World has had a tremendous 2017. If you have collected the brand for a few years now, I am sure the lack of new castings this year might be … Continue Reading Lamley Preview: Auto World 2017 Premium Release 4 Ver. A&B (Part 1)
It has been awhile since I found an Ultra Red. At least until the last couple of weeks. I have felt some heat coming from the collector world about Auto … Continue Reading That’s two surprising Auto World Ultra Red finds.
A few of you have reported finding the latest set from Auto World at Walmart. You are a lucky bunch. Auto World is on a good run at the moment. … Continue Reading Auto World 2017 Premium Release 3 is here. It’s a good one.
Two of the best 1/64 diecast makers on the planet, both obsessed with scale and detail. Two that are more accustomed to doing replicas of vintage cars – one classic … Continue Reading Auto World & Tomica Limited Vintage square off with some modern muscle.
Heads up for you Auto World, Johnny Lightning, and MiJo collectors. The next set of MiJo Exclusives from Round2 are out, and our friends at SURPLUSgoodies have them: MiJo Exclusives … Continue Reading The JL Datsun 280ZX & Auto World 2017 Mustang MiJo Exclusives are now out at SURPLUSgoodies
#lamleyhype: The Auto World ’69 Chevy Kingswood Estate “Lead Sled” Wagons may be the best two 1/64 models of 2017.
There are a lot of “bests” in 2017. Obviously that doesn’t make a ton of sense, as “best” can really only be one thing. Maybe I can call 2017 one … Continue Reading #lamleyhype: The Auto World ’69 Chevy Kingswood Estate “Lead Sled” Wagons may be the best two 1/64 models of 2017.
Two more Auto World Ford GT40’s have hit hobby stores. Yes, that is two more GT40’s. These two join the standard store releases and the AW Hobby Exclusives to make … Continue Reading The MiJo Exclusive Auto World Ford GT40’s are now out.
#lamleydaily – July 17, 2017 Model: Auto World 1973 Plymouth Road Runner Line: Auto World Hemmings Where to get it: Auto World Plymough Roadrunner on ebay Why it’s in the … Continue Reading The Lamley Daily: Auto World 1973 Plymouth Road Runner
You know one of the benefits of doing a blog like this for so long? People know what you like. So last week I got an email from Chad at … Continue Reading Auto World returns to the land yacht wagons with the upcoming 1976 Buick Estate Wagon.
Whenever I feature Auto World cars, I get an influx of inquiries on where to buy them. Obviously Walmart and some Targets, but with a somewhat sporadic distribution, online hobby … Continue Reading The Auto World Ford GT40 Hobby Exclusives have been released.
True story. A couple of Fridays ago I was in a waiting room, doing what everyone does in a waiting room these days – putzing around on my phone. Inevitably … Continue Reading My my, have you seen the upcoming Auto World “Lead Sled” Chevy Kingswood Drag Wagon?
If you haven’t been watching Round 2’s monthly Product Spotlights, you really should. Chad at Round 2 walks through new products from all their brands, including Auto World and Johnny Lightning. … Continue Reading Round 2 June 2017 Product Spotlight (Auto World, Johnny Lightning, etc.)
If you aren’t following Auto World on Facebook, you really should be. Every Friday they throw out a tidbit of news, including previews of new models. And today’s news was … Continue Reading How cool are these? Auto World unveils its “Brochure” and “Sample-Swatch” Barracudas
I had myself a little opening party. This was one of the better opening parties. I mentioned in my Auto World Unboxing that this may be the best release Auto … Continue Reading The new Auto World packaging is awesome. Opening the models is even better.