Nothing beats finding models in "the wild" that have been on your want list for a while. It might make more economic sense to simply order online, if you have the option, because I just had to fill my car up at £1.31/litre, and it gets expensive driving around looking for cars (which is why... Continue Reading →
With the arrival of Hot Wheels's Car Culture Japan Historics 2 and the Nissan Hakosuka wagon as part of the Cargo Carriers series, it seems the hype for Japanese cars in the diecast collecting world is as fierce as ever, and the Hot Wheels "dream team" are working hard to meet that demand. But the... Continue Reading →
I customised this a 1957 Plymouth a while back... I fell in love with the colour, and thought it looks stunning and very formal... But I always felt something was missing... But now I think I've solved it! I think these wheels look very smart, and complement the formal colour very nicely. Now it looks... Continue Reading →
Those of you who have been following the blog will immediately recognise this one. The Majorette Volvo featured here today is the same one featured back in May when I created a super-simple step-by-step restoration guide. Go check it out if you haven't already! When I asked people from various circles to vote on their favourite... Continue Reading →
Okay, I know it isn't Friday, it's Monday. But here's a couple of custom Hot Wheels from last night, I couldn't help but share them!
NOTE: An updated of this article can be found here. Let me first tell you the story behind why I created this vehicle. In the mid to late 1980s my mom bought herself a range-topping Volvo 245 GLE. It was powder blue in colour, with black leather interior, chrome trim, automatic gearbox, 4 cylinder 2.8... Continue Reading →
Welcome to my first workshop demonstration! Here I will briefly explain how to do one of the most basic modifications to a diecast car - the wheel swap. Wheel swaps are great for if your car's axles have become damaged, the tyres are worn or you simply want to make him look cool with some... Continue Reading →