Alex Winson is back in Single File territory with a vintage Lancia diecast from Husky.
Alex Winson uses Lamley Single File to show off a unique little Tomica.
Alex Winson looks at a gorgeous and desirable miniature from Yow Modellini.
Alex Winson shares a rare and unusual recent addition to his collection.
Alex Winson introduces a new brand on the scene: Stance Hunters and their awesome Koenig Competition Evolution.
Alex Winson is back at home in the Single File series with another European oddity. This time a Mercedes MB100 van from Pilen of Spain.
Alex Winson returns to Single File to take a look at a unique commercial vehicle from Corgi.
A British classic from one of the classic British brands.
Rare? Check. Unique? Check. Beautiful? Check.
A military heavyweight enters the Single File series.
Getting under the surface of this Italian supercar, quite literally too.
Don't forget to drink your milk!
A forgotten Fiat is the subject of today's Single File.
The Single File series returns with a look at a European working vehicle from Dutch manufacturer Efsi.
Resident in obscure diecast Alex Winson brings us another Italian oddity.
A lucky Ebay find from a classic Italian brand.
Euro writer Alex Winson covers a super cool roadster from one of the stalwart Euro brands.
You may recall seeing this in my earlier post on the Schuco BMW Isetta, where I had used this in a comparison with the German "bubble car" and vintage Kei trucks from Tomica. Given it's such a cool little car, I thought it's about time it gets space for itself, and given that it's the only R360 in this scale, the new Single File feature is a perfect platform.
We're almost through Welly's set of Polish vehicles now, and in part 3 we're going to be looking at their take on the long lived Polski Fiat 125p.
When the Lamley team discussed the new Single File series introduced by David Kiley, John joked that myself and fellow contributor Graham Heeps would be all over it, given our rather unique collections. And he was right, this feature is a great opportunity to present to you some truly obscure things. My kind of place entirely then!
The rule is simple: The vehicle featured must be a licensed model that is done in 1/64 scale by only one brand.