Model: Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Honda Civic EF9 SiR II Group A (plain version) Line: Hong Kong Exclusive Ebay link: Tomica Hong Kong EF9 Sometimes in the diecast world, it's hard to keep up. These days we are more than well served by a myraid of different brands. New releases, teasers, colour changes and more …
A Le Mans-winning McLaren...and not a Gulf logo in sight
A very pretty post war IFA is today's Lamley Daily
A quirky Lamborghini from Kyosho.
If you stumble upon any of these trucks from this release at less than eBay prices I would advise snapping them up.
Many of the Norev rally cars are too big for my 1:64 display, but I made an exception for this one!
The Foxbody (third-generation) Mustang is undoubtedly popular among a subset of collectors. This is the first Hot Wheels iteration of this era of Mustang.
All of the releases of this car are nice but this is my favorite.
One of the earliest models from Oxford Diecast. Juicy!
Satisfy your zombie's thirst with a bottle of high-energy, low-calorie Zombie Elixir!
Big power in a no-frills package made the Super Bee an instant on-road success. Bold colors and limited tampos does the same for Hot Wheels' version.
Sure I love my supercars too, but there is just something about having models of cars that you will actually see on the road more often that is appealing to me.
Johnny Lightning turns a nearly 25 year old muscle car casting into a modern off road masterpiece.
One part of collecting that I definitely enjoy is finding obscure brands that make some nice models.
I have quite a few Imprezas in model form but Auto Rozza was new to me when I picked up this unusual 1:64 Subie
A collaboration from the top drawer between two of the big hitters in the diecast world yields great results.
Talk about having the hunt on the wrong side....
Kyosho made it in 6 different colors (orange, white, black, red, blue, and silver). I have this one and another in red. As far as I am concerned this one in silver is the one to get.
Mirror, mirror on the car, enhances accuracy by far.
So far I don't think any diecast company has produced a perfect 1977/1978 style bird in 1/64 scale...this might be the best available so far.
Today's Lamley Daily takes us to the demolition derby.
A trip back into the Matchbox history books.
I still know very little about Doyusha, other than to say that they produced a few series of 1:64 Kei car models around 10-12 years ago, including Daihatsus, Mitsubishis and this Wagon R
Johnny Lightning's take on the classic Custom Camaro 🏁