Just a heads up that the latest from Tarmac Works is now available at SURPLUSgoodies, and that includes the two new Pandem Toyota 86 models from Ignition Model. Go check them out now: Tarmac Works at SURPLUSgoodies The release is loaded with good stuff, and I will just let the photos provided by TW do … Continue reading The latest from Tarmac Works & Ignition Models are now available at SURPLUSgoodies
Is there such a thing as overkill in the 1/64 world? Probably. Some might argue the JDM craze we have seen hit almost every brand is overkill. Not even close. Maybe some ELEMENTS of the JDM craze, but in general Japanese cars are just filling the gaps that have always been there. Earlier this century, … Continue reading There has been a TON of Nissan GT-R released in 1/64. None of them can top Ignition Model’s offering.
My eyeballs love Ignition Model. My wallet hates Ignition Model. If you are familiar with Ignition Model, you have undoubtedly been compelled to look up the price. The ultra-detailed models in 1/43 or 1/18 command a lot of attention, and a lot of money. $100 won't get you one. That is why the announcement that … Continue reading Showcase/Preview: The first five Pandem GT-R’s from Ignition Model/Tarmac Works
For those familiar with both Tarmac Works and Ignition Model, the announced 1/64 collaboration easily became one of the most anticipated releases of the year. Well, it's release is almost here, and Tarmac Works released some images of their exclusive model: https://www.instagram.com/p/BiBrS0Xn01t/?taken-by=tarmacworks Based on those photos, it is exactly as we expected. 1/64 the way … Continue reading The Tarmac Works/Ignition Model 1/64 collaboration is looking – as expected – insane.
I have four 1/43 scale Ignition Models in my collection. They sit right next to me here at my desk. And I marvel at them every time I look at them: They are resin, and they are insanely detailed. Whenever I look at them, thought one is how awesome they are, and thought two is … Continue reading Ignition Models announce a new 1/64 line. In other words, the best era to collect 1/64 continues to get better.