Opening new MiniGT & Tarmac Works

I spent a few minutes catching up today. I had some MiniGT sent to me by SURPLUSgoodies and some RWB sent by Tarmac Works. They needed to be opened, and that is what I started the Lamley Extras Channel for. I popped on live and got it done. Both videos are below. I do them …

Head over to SURPLUSgoodies to grab brand new MiniGT and Tarmac Works

A quick heads up to make your way to SURPLUSgoodies and grab the latest from both MiniGT and Tarmac Works: SURPLUSgoodies eBay Store Both brand have major holiday releases, and SURPLUSgoodies has them. I am particularly keen on the MiniGT Liberty Walk Lamborghinis and the Tarmac Works Porsches (911 GT3 and the new 1/43 scale …

SURPLUSgoodies has the latest MiniGT Senna & other releases, in international packaging to boot.

Nothing to type after that title. You know why you are here. How about a photo and a link? Acuras, Sennas, Civics, and GT-Rs. All in international packaging (the model sits snug in plastic in the box, a la TLV). And two of those are Indonesian exclusives. Them two Civics in case you were wondering. …

The McLaren Senna by MiniGT in photos.

Two videos, and then pics.  Start with this: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yvljnF_cU84 Chills.  Senna was special, really special, and anything that pays homage to the legend gets a thumbs up from me.  So kudos to McLaren. And kudos to MiniGT for this replica: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vuJHFZYdG8E Hot Wheels has one coming too, and I cannot wait to see it finished …

There has been a TON of Nissan GT-R released in 1/64. None of them can top Ignition Model’s offering.

Is there such a thing as overkill in the 1/64 world?  Probably. Some might argue the JDM craze we have seen hit almost every brand is overkill.  Not even close.  Maybe some ELEMENTS of the JDM craze, but in general Japanese cars are just filling the gaps that have always been there. Earlier this century, …

Say hello to Mini GT from TSM Model, the latest Premium brand in this 1/64 Golden Age

There can't be too much.  Sometimes it feels like there is too much, but honestly it can't happen.  There is massive diversity when it comes to collectors and what they collect, so things are better when there is diversity in diecast makers.  What matters to all collectors, at least in the circles I run in, …