A quick heads up to head over to the Japan Booster eBay store to pick up the latest from Tomica Limited Vintage. Two more Ferrari Dinos, the brand new Honda (Acura?) Integra, and of course a couple of wheelhouse TLV Toyota Crowns. Don't forget Free Shipping anywhere in the world for all orders over $50. … Continue reading New Integras, Ferraris and the rest of the Tomica Limited Vintage November Release are now available at Japan Booster
About this time every month, I expect an email to come from Akiyo at Japan Booster. It just came, and it was a doozy. The second group of Tomica Limited Vintage Ferraris have been released. The first batch set the collector world on fire with the F40 and Dinos, and now we have a 512TR … Continue reading The next batch of Ferraris from Tomica Limited Vintage have been released. Here is a first look.
Tomica Limited Vintage announced the February 2020 Release this week. I think you will like it. First off, rumors of a black F40 have been confirmed, and it is coming. That red interior takes this one up even another level, if that is even possible. Next, we finally get two more versions of the surprisingly … Continue reading Black Ferrari F40, return of the Datsun 510 Wagon highlight the just announced Feb 2020 Release from Tomica Limited Vintage
Just a quick heads up that Japan Booster has the latest from Tomica Limited Vintage, and they are available now at their ebay store: Tomica Limited Vintage at Japan Booster It's a medium sized batch, with the crowd-pleasers being the 3rd and 4th releases of the Mitsubishi Lancer Evo. But the real stars might be … Continue reading The August Release from Tomica Limited Vintage is out, and available at Japan Booster
The Mitsubishi Lancer GSR Evolution has been high on a lot of want lists since Tomica Limited Vintage announced it, and it is finally here. So is another Mazda 787b. And a pair of Datsun Bluebirds. And for good measure, some Toyopet Crowns. And they are all at Japan Booster: Tomica Limited Vintage at Japan … Continue reading Check out the new Tomica Limited Vintage now available at Japan Booster
Head over to Japan Booster now, if you didn't preorder, and grab yourself the latest Tomica Limited Vintage: TLV at Japan Booster The June Release is here, and runs the gamut of why we nerd out for TLV. Two Nissan GT-R, including a Police version, the Isuzu Elf vacuum car, and the Nissan Gloria Gran … Continue reading The June Release from Tomica Limited Vintage is out at Japan Booster, including the GT-R Police
Here is another TLV from the collection that hopefully makes you smile. As a refresher, I am essentially grabbing TLV's from my collection at random and showing them here, just to give those new to the brand an idea of what TLV is all about. Mainly TLV is about realism, quality, and true scale. No … Continue reading Another overlooked Tomica Limited Vintage: Toyota Townace Wagon 1800 Custom EX
Moving to the next model in my random perusal through my Tomica Limited Vintage collection. Consider this another dart to throw at the dartboard to see what sticks. It all sticks for me. Tomica Limited Vintage can’t do a model I won’t collect, because the fun is in the various directions it goes, from the … Continue reading Another Tomica Limited Vintage model not called Ferrari: Toyota Celica 1800GT-T
So here is my fear with a post title like the one above. Many of you won't read this and throw our your "all these fanboys who only want to scalp the Ferraris and Civics! That is what is wrong with the hobby" comments. That is NOT what this post is about. Remember I try … Continue reading Your non-Ferrari, non-Skyline, non-Honda Tomica Limited Vintage Model of the Day: Seibu Keisatsu Nissan Gloria Police
Oh TLV set things off today. We TLV nerds were wondering when the next set of Ferraris would be unveiled. That was today, and the next set, a Testarossa and 512TR, will drop in September. 80's madness, these two. My guess is they will be released later in September, after the standard September Release. And … Continue reading Tomica Limited Vintage just unveiled the next set of Ferraris. And Civics. And Evos. And Pajeros. Yes, Pajeros.