Alex Winson introduces another strong casting from Stance Hunters.
A tough model to get right, but when they did.... Wowser!
One day we will see this casting again
The coolest version of the C30 was from a multipack
Mud, mud, glorious mud, nothing quite like it for finding a variation....
A family holiday reaps some great rewards
A fine mainline and surely set to be one of the stars of 2021.
Pump up your Reeboks, we're taking a step back to the 90s.
Remembering the 1999 German Matchbox range
How fast can I get a model after I win it on eBay? Pretty fast! Vantastic!
I really like this one and wonder why the casting has yet to be used again since this release.
Keeping myself up to date with new basics with the help of Wheel Collectors
A very pretty post war IFA is today's Lamley Daily
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.
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.
One part of collecting that I definitely enjoy is finding obscure brands that make some nice models.
Talk about having the hunt on the wrong side....
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.
The 100% Hot Wheels line had some nice castings including this Pontiac GTO.
Chrysler made thousands and thousands of special service vehicles in the 70's, but how many exist now with under 10 miles?!
An often overlooked casting gets some time in the spotlight.
The beastly version of what some consider the most beautiful super car.
Giving Maisto some love