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Jada Toys Collectors Club Wave 8: Wave Hello

Oct 03, 2011 No Comments

Jada Toys is finding great success with their Wal-Mart Exclusive Collectors Club program.  Designed as a partnership between Jada Toys and Wal-Mart, the entry-level priced series of exclusively decorated vehicles will come individually numbered to authenticate their limited edition status.  Each vehicle offers good attention to detail, and can be picked up for a very reasonable [...]

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Automodello1938 Phantom Corsair Preview

Sep 29, 2011 No Comments

  Our friends at Automodello continue to deliver outstanding replicas of inspired subject matter, and their latest model is shaping up to be nothing less than  pure perfection.  Enjoy these first images of Automodello’s 1938 Phantom Corsair, patterned after the car that Rusty Heinz (of the ketchup family) designed and built.  If your palate got dry and your [...]

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Sunstar 1:24 AEC Regent Bus: Double Decker Fun

Aug 21, 2011 No Comments

Bus models are a big part of the Sunstar lineup, and we’d seen some of these 1:24 double deckers before – but this 1946 AEC Regent really grabbed us, with its tall, skinny architecture, petite stairways and railings, and the artful little details that abound everywhere. Sunstar’s really good at making the big and little [...]

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Danbury Mint 1:24 1957 Cadillac Eldorado Seville: Golden Boy

Aug 14, 2011 No Comments

It’s hard to believe that in the midst of the chrome-crazed ‘fifties, a design as elegant and sedate as the ’57 Eldorado was allowed to leave Detroit. But it did, and it still stirs the soul. Part of that has to do with sheer rarity; fewer than 4,000 Eldos were built that year, emerging from [...]

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Sunstar 1:24 Bedford OB: Magic Bus

Aug 13, 2011 No Comments

Research has its rewards. For me, the payoff came when a little Internet crawling returned photos of the actual bus that Sunstar used to tool this outstanding model of a 1949 Bedford OB. Bedfords were built from 1939 to 1951, and a little more than 12,500 were made; very little change took place during that [...]

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Diecast Reproductions’ 1:24 “Junker” Corvette: One Man’s Trash…

Aug 10, 2011 No Comments

Done to a truly putrid turn by the master of scale mayhem, Manny Solano, Diecast Reproductions’ thoroughly crapped-over 1982 Corvette coupe is a forlorn, fermented piece of the barn find variety. To be sure, this kind of simulated decay doesn’t come easy. Though the car is bereft of a single glossy surface, Solano’s artistry shines [...]

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Danbury Mint 1:24 1964 Thunderbird: Fly Ford

Jul 24, 2011 4 Comments

In 1964, the Ford Thunderbird was a powerful personal luxury car, with standard engine displacement that started at 390 cubes. Depending on the carburetor and intake, the Ford FE “Y-Block” motor made either 300 or 330 horsepower – more than up to the task of hauling the freshly redesigned ‘bird with surprising alacrity. For serious [...]

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PhillyMint 1:24 1970 Hemi Challenger R/T: Basic, Black, and Badass

Jul 22, 2011 No Comments

One of the constants in the hobby these days is change, and we really can’t find fault in that – especially when the shifting tides bring along models like these PhillyMint 1970 Dodge Hemi Challengers. These are contract pieces – built by Diecast Promotions to specs sent along by PhillyMint – and they’re helping to [...]

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Danbury Mint 1:24 “Grabowski T”: Red, White, Blue, and Chrome

Jul 04, 2011 No Comments

Norm Grabowski’s “Kookie’s T” is among the most recognized hot rods ever built, and hands down, my favorite rod from Danbury Mint. And I thought that the red, white, blue and chrome scheme was just perfect for today. I’ve had this one a while, but it’s one of those models that you never get tired [...]

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Kevin Harvick / Budweiser 4th of July Theme

Jul 03, 2011 No Comments

In the spirit of July 4th Kevin Harvick ran the oval with a Red White and Blue paint scheme on 7/2/11

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