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
No one is yet offering the range of rally subjects that CM’s once did, but Inno64 is one of several brands coming out with some impressive rally models
Tomica latest September Release.
Tomica August Release with RAV4 and Fire Command Suzuki Hustler
A feature on the Apita Fairlady Z which replaces the Toyota 2000GT for the world flag series.
Tomica's Turbo Toyota Celica rules the boost roost.
The only Redbox Release for July and a refreshing facelift for Tomica Honda Fit.
Drawing out the classics of decades past.
The Jaguar XJ-S was one of the most recognizable touring cars of the 1980s. Tomica’s Group A model was based on an XJ-S casting that had been around in street trim since 1978 and featured an authentic but obscure racing livery.
It’s 20 years since Johnny Lightning released its British Invasion sets of six classic British roadsters – including the only near-1:64 MGB until Matchbox's came along. Let's take a closer look
Tomica's Limited Vintage Hinos have been some of the most desirable 1/64s of the past few years. Monsters, full of tiny details, opening trailers and oozing with retro Japanese chic. And the demand has been high, prices have quickly risen to the point where to some of us they have fast become unobtanium. But today we're not going to be serving up any more (highly deserved) hyperbole on those. We're taking a little step back into the Japanese brand's back catalogue to look at the one of the ancestors of the modern TLVN Hinos.
I found a classic Hot Ones ’82 Supra in good shape a few years back. It makes a great pair with my Matchbox version of the same car; I thought it would be fun to compare the two!
A feature on the latest Tomica May release with the pair of Skyline and Toyota Hiace.
A feature on the latest Dream Tomica Fast and Furious Toyota Supra pair release driven by Paul Walker and Han.
A feature on the Tomica 50th Anniversary Type R with livery designed by Honda.
An introduction to Tomica evergreen Toyota 2000GT and its latest 50 Anniversary release as a History Collection book.
Model: Toyota 86 GT Line: Dream Tomica ebay link: Dream Tomica Toyota GT86 MF Ghost is the continuation of the popular Initial D series by the same author Shuichi Shigeno. It was year 202X, Kanata Rivintngton who graduated from Royal Donington Park Racing School in the UK and also the disciple of legendary Takumi Fujiwara returns …
The Bongo Friendee is one of my favourite Tomica castings. It’s a solid lump of metal and has the fantastic ‘Auto Free Top’ extendable roof for great play value. It also comes in paint finishes that reflect real-life colours, complete with the correct graphics
A feature on the latest Batch 1 Tomica Toyota Corolla Touring And Impressive Suzuki katana
I began writing this article with the intention of covering Matchbox’s Formula 1 history, based on cars in my collection. The more I dug into the topic, the more there was to say, so I’m splitting the story into two parts. This is Part 1 and covers the 1950s, 60s and 70s, from the Maserati 4CLT to the Team Matchbox
A feature on the latest Tomica Premium realistic Hakosuka GT-R with a Tomica Hitachi Mining Construction Vehicle
April 14, 2020 by Doug Breithaupt In the second half of the 20th Century, five small cars from five different countries made a huge contribution to history of the automobile. Even full-sized, these cars did not take up much space individually, but multiplied by millions, they changed the way that the world moved. The focus …
(Find Tomica Aston Martin on eBay) I’m very delighted that the Aston Martin Brand has make its way into Tomica with their very first appearance starting with a striking pair of Vanquish Zagato, and also the Tomica Premium Aston Martin DB5 that is coming next month. On a side note, the Redbox No.19 Suzuki Kanata …
Model: Tomica Mooncraft Special Line: Tomica mainline eBay link: Tomica Mooncraft Special Why I am featuring it: This has to be one of my all time favourite Tomicas, and one I discovered thanks to my love of Japanese motorsport. For those into their Japanese cars, Mooncraft might be a name that sounds familiar. The motorsport …