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Hot Wheels Elite Ferrari 458

Nov 22, 2014 No Comments by

It wasn’t easy for Ferrari to nip the top on its 458 Italia, given the 202mph supercar’s speed, and, oh yeah … where to put the roof in its down position. Maranello’s answer came in the form of a moderate redesign starting aft of the doors, all the way back to the 458’s retro-bullet taillights. [...]

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BBR Pagani Huayra “Saloon Geneve”

Nov 07, 2014 No Comments by

The world of exotic cars has long been the playground of BBR, and this maker never ceases to amaze and engage collectors of high-end, low-production replicas. Recently, they’ve turned their attention almost exclusively to resin, and this factory image of their carbon-fiber Pagani Huayra – the $1.3 million dollar, 720-horsepower  star of the Saloon Geneve [...]

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Mattel Hot Wheels Elite Ferrari F355 Berlinetta

Nov 03, 2014 No Comments by

Ferrari was on an upswing in the early 1990s, having weathered the storm of emissions vs. performance that had hit the industry throughout the late 70s and early-80s. In 1994, Maranello rolled out the successor to the 348, with a larger V8 engine, mildly smoother styling, and a new name: the F355. The car was [...]

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Online Exclusive: The Last of the Royal Bloodline: AutoWorld’s 1969 Royal Bobcat GTO

Oct 28, 2014 No Comments by

For enthusiasts in the 1960s Royal Pontiac was indeed the regal palace of Poncho performance. Tapped as the official factory-supported skunkworks by new Pontiac general manager Semon “Bunkie” Knudsen and marketing maven Jim Wangers (of GTO fame) in 1959 to help build the brand into a performance leader, Royal-campaigned Super Duty Pontiacs were soon winning [...]

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Online Exclusive: GreenLight 1967 Mustang notchback Specials

Oct 27, 2014 No Comments by

Not that any diecast company really needs an excuse to release a classic ‘60s Mustang replica, but this year’s 50th Anniversary of Ford’s foundational pony car has inspired a veritable stampede of scale ‘Stangs. Among the most prolific has been GreenLight, with several interesting variations on its 1967 coupe casting. When it comes to diecast, [...]

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Sunstar 1955 Pontiac Star Chief Convertible

Oct 20, 2014 No Comments by

Pontiac’s 1955 Star Chief convertible was the upper-crustiest offering from Flint, and though it wasn’t exactly a performance machine — remember, Bunkie Knudsen and the “wide track” days were still in the future — it was a great-looking car. Sunstar thinks so, too, and this isn’t this mold set’s first time at the rodeo. By [...]

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TSM Model Pit Crew “John Player”

Oct 17, 2014 No Comments

We can’t recall who it was who wanted to thank the “little people,” but we’re happy to see this bunch of small folk, thanks to TSM Models. This is the latest iteration of their very cool pit crew accessory set, done in “John Player Special Lotus” costume. The cold-cast resin maquettes are caught in mid-move, [...]

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Lamborghini Veneno – first in a new Sealed Body Kyosho 1:18

Oct 17, 2014 No Comments

Kyosho is launching a new series of 1:18 sealed body diecast aimed at providing some high-appeal supercars at a more affordable price. The Lamborghini Veneno will be the first, offered in metallic red or or grey with red highlights. We don’t have much info on it yet, but expect the Veneno to arrive around the [...]

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Minichamps BMW Z1

Oct 15, 2014 No Comments

The BMW Z1 was built as a design study for the 1987 Frankfurt Motor Show, but the crowds loved it so much that BMW decided to take the car into production. As the first drop-top roadster to emerge from Ingolstadt in 30 years, it was loaded with groundbreaking design features, including doors that dropped down [...]

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Sunstar 1960 Plymouth Fury Hardtop

Oct 11, 2014 No Comments

A while back — Summer, 2012, to be precise — we got a late pre-production sample of Sunstar’s then-new 1960 Plymouth Fury convertible, and there was much rejoicing among the masses (okay, there were only a couple of us here, but we were really happy to see it). The reasons for the bliss were simple: [...]

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