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Who Is She?

Jun 04, 2012 No Comments

How knowledgable are you when it comes to  vintage racing history?  This pre-production sample is a taste test of what’s to come as Replicarz brings automotive history back to life .  Expected to be available later this year, you’ll want to get your orders in early; quantities will be limited. replicarz So… have you figured it out yet? Yes, it is Replizarz Marmon [...]

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First Look: Muscle Machines Pre Production Samples

Jun 02, 2012 No Comments

Our friends at Maisto surprised us with a  special box last week filled to the top with nothing but pre-production Muscle Machines. The big blown cartoonish bad boys are back!!!!!!!! in 1:64th 1:24th and 1:18th coming soon and a remote control line to follow. Yes the initial releases will be redesigns of existing tooling but we [...]

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A History of White Metal Transport Modelling

May 29, 2012 No Comments

In response to popular demand, David Wright, co-author of the successful compilation of biographies entitled ‘A History of White Metal Transport Modelling’, has begun research into a companion volume covering the history of the resin modelling field. Just 7 months after the launch of the white metal book ,which has been widely distributed and very [...]

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Automodello Packard Twelve Victoria 1938 Hand Sample On The Chopping Block at Scoomer.com

May 24, 2012 No Comments

Attention prototype and sample collectors: Here’s a once in a lifetime opportunity. Scoomer.com is offering one of the only three hand samples in existence of Automodello’s outrageous 1938 Packard Twelve Convertibles. Want rare stuff? Here it is. Hand samples are rarely made available to the public, most are kept by the manufacturers because of their importance to the company’s [...]

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ACME Accessories and Model Kits Will Be Available This Summer

May 22, 2012 1 Comment

Attention all customizers – ACME is at it again – This time delivering to market some great hands on interactive items that will keep you tinkering for hours.  Pure Heaven accessories such as wheel and tire combos and fully assembled engines will be available soon for individual purchase.  If your more of a ground up builder three [...]

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Scoomer.com Hot Find – Hot Wheels Proto Resin Pinto

May 20, 2012 No Comments

Here is a cool find - how about a 37 year old Hot Wheels proto resin hand painted car used for the catalog shots long before the production painted and tampo cars were in production. Talk about Hot Wheels History in the palm of your hands. http://www.scoomer.com/13385/HobbiesToys/Die-Cast/Hot-Wheels/Hot-Wheels-Proto-Resin-Pinto/

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Maisto International Premieres Maisto Collectors Club

May 17, 2012 No Comments

Maisto International launched their long-awaited Maisto Collectors Club this week.  Maisto fans finally have a place to unite and show their collectors pride for one of the world’s most popular diecast and radio-control vehicle lines.  For only $7.50 membership fee (covers shipping and handling), Maisto Collector Club members will receive exclusive fan club merchandise, a membership card, special discounts, [...]

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ScOOmer.com – Where Enthusiasts, Hobbyists and Collectors Meet To Buy And Sell

May 15, 2012 6 Comments

These days, every die cast enthusiast and collector needs a platform they can use to connect with other collectors and sellers for the purpose of buying and selling. ScOOmer has made that connection simple – and more affordable – than any other online sales platform. With ScOOmer, sellers pay only one low monthly fee, and [...]

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Round 2

May 11, 2012 No Comments

South Bend, IN has been crazy about wheels of all sizes for a long time. The Studebaker Corporation called the city home in 1852, when blacksmiths Clement and Henry Studebaker, Jr. began making metal parts for freight wagons, then started manufacturing surreys and Conestogas. In 1902, Studebaker began building cars. John Teel and Frederick Badet [...]

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Sunrich Toys and Hobby

May 11, 2012 No Comments

Thirty-five miles due east of downtown Los Angeles lies the once-sleepy farming community of Chino, CA. If you’re a Grateful Dead fan, you’ll know it as the locale mentioned in their song “Friend of the Devil.” If you’re allergic to tie-dye, perhaps you’ll recognize the town (which had nothing at all to do with chino [...]

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