For this Lamley Daily installment, DoomusRLC shows off a childhood favorite... that in a round-about way scared the hell out of him.
For today's Lamley Daily, DoomusRLC takes a gander at the last of a breed: the Hot Wheels Lost Cars of China Blazer 4x4
With the number of different paint processes referred to as "spectraflame" over the last 20 years of Hot Wheels, DoomusRLC takes a quick glance at the different lines that utilized this candy-like paint style!
Doomus RLC takes a look at three Racing Champions '96 Dodge Rams that have decidedly different attitudes each, though when you break it down, they aren't all THAT different.
Sometimes, two castings of a car from the same era can be made, but the brand has to do something to differentiate them. Writer DoomusRLC takes a look at a situation like this, where two Fox Mustangs have completely different personalities.
Among the THOUSANDS of releases Hot Wheels has done in their 53 year existence, only a select few are deemed "perfect" in my eyes. This beauty is one of them.
There's been a lot of talk lately regarding production numbers of the Red Line Club releases. Some complaints that there are too many, some saying they're happy more people have a chance at it. Here's a breakdown of the history of production numbers of HWC/RLC cars and how we got to where we are today.
It's always interesting when someone had multiple hobbies that end up having a similar theme somehow. My love of diecast, video games and, strangely, hats, on display with this new release.
A bit of a forgotten gem, the "modern" Custom Firebird received a few old-school takes in the early days of the black-box releases. Here's a look.
Cadillac's ultimate behemoth of a finned vehicle received the ultra-premium treatment 15-20 years ago. Here's a quick look at the toolings.
Hot Wheels did a pair of killer throw-back lines in 2011-2013 that sadly wound up marred by distribution issues and getting cut short. Here's my take on one of my favorite lines they ever did.
Hey all. This is Doomus_RLC. Some of this blogs readers may know me from Instagram and the HWC/RLC message boards. Check out my IG if you'd like. This is my first article for Lamley Group, I will likely do a "proper" introduction at some point. But on to the goods... In the late 1990s, Hot …