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.
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.
This is one that I missed in my original AW Squarebody article that I wrote a short while ago, and I think that it flew under the radar for a lot of Auto World collectors.
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.
As always this is a sealed case so there is always a chance that we get lucky and score a Green Machine chase car.
One part of collecting that I definitely enjoy is finding obscure brands that make some nice models.
Another quick Greenlight sealed case unboxing.
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.
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.
A quick sealed case unboxing of Greenlight All-Terrain Series 10
The 100% Hot Wheels line had some nice castings including this Pontiac GTO.
The beastly version of what some consider the most beautiful super car.
Giving Maisto some love
Here's an obscure brand for you Subie fans.
This recent release is one of the best looking JL's of the year.
Series 9 contains some extremely nice models.
Another quick Greenlight unboxing video.
Here are some quick photos of my Revell Lowriders
Hot Wheels from the early 90s featured some wild paint schemes. This is one of them.
An older RC with a wild paint job
Here is a quick look at the latest Running on Empty series from Greenlight...
You either loved it or hated it