Alex Winson brings us a replica of one of Volkswagen's forgotten cars in today's Lamley Daily.
Alex Winson looks at three heavy hitting diecasts in a Bahnstorming long form.
Alex Winson brings us a unique vintage Siku in today's Lamley Daily.
Alex Winson's recent journey across Europe brought back many diecast souvenirs including this Herpa Mercedes-Benz.
Minichamps haven't been back in the 1/64 world for long but they've already collaborated with Tarmac Works. Alex Winson looks at the results.
The Maisto Fresh Metal line has never really caught the attention of many serious collectors, but Alex Winson found his attention piqued with this Volkswagen T2.
Alex Winson looks at Schuco's Mercedes-Benz 300 SL and asks what would make your list of beautiful 1/64s?
Alex Winson looks at a strong contender for his favourite model of 2022: The Schuco x Tarmac Works BMW E36 M3.
Alex Winson takes a look at a brilliant new Volkswagen T3 from Schucho.
Alex Winson introduces the amazing new collaboration models from Schuco and Tarmac Works.
Alex Winson takes a look at the new custom Volkswagen T1 casting from Schuco.
A neat diecast from the European brand.
A fantastic scale take on the classic BMW.
As you may have seen, Schuco has revealed their upcoming 1/64 lineup for 2021. And man there is some awesome metal in the list, starting with these newbies: A trio of 90s German Bahnstormers: an E36 M3, Porsche 964 and 993 in 1/64, not an RWB or Liberty Walk kit in sight, bone stock and …
The classic Volkswagen done right.
These two have made it into my upcoming 2020 highlights post, and for good reason.
A very pretty post war IFA is today's Lamley Daily
A collaboration from the top drawer between two of the big hitters in the diecast world yields great results.
The Schuco Isetta gets a cool new twist.
Keen eyed Lamley readers will have seen this before when I introduced you all to the High Speed manufactured models comissioned by German marketing company Grell. The other day I recalled a conversation I had a few years ago in Berlin, and it gave me the idea to take this particular model on my daily walk.
A side by side with these two has been on the cards since I did a comparison with the two Mk1 Golfs from Schuco and Greenlight back in February. I'm bringing the Schuco car back this time for a head to head with the Mk2 GTI from Tomica's Limited Vintage Neo line.
It's hard to put my finger on just why I love this old Schuco but love it I do. I'm not sure I even recall where I got it from. But it's always been close to hand, on show somewhere.
Those who know me will know one of my other big passions in life after cars and travel is history, particularly military history. And as a subsequent offshoot, I collect militaria. It's always nice then when my hobbies combine.