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Fire Replicas  FDNY “Rescue 1” – Rolling Tribute to New York’s Bravest

Fire Replicas FDNY “Rescue 1” – Rolling Tribute to New York’s Bravest

It used to be, when you asked a little boy what he wanted to be when he grew up, you’d get a handful of predictable answers. Things like “cowboy” and “astronaut” don’t hold quite the same allure with the youth of the digital age as they did in generations past, but “firefighter” is as popular […]
Replicarz 1971 Johnny Lightning PJ Colt Indy 500 Winner

Replicarz 1971 Johnny Lightning PJ Colt Indy 500 Winner

Big Al’s birthday bullet When the Vel’s Parnelli Jones (VPJ) team unloaded Al Unser’s PJ Colt at Indy in 1971, they were understandably confident. Unser had won the 500 from the pole the previous year in essentially the same car, and gone on to capture the 1970 USAC (pre-IndyCar) National Championship—the first of four each […]

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Automodello 1937 Delage D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe by Pourtout

Automodello 1937 Delage D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe by Pourtout

Sleek and Singular Showpiece 1:24 | $300 (Silver Standard Edition); $450 (Black Homage Edition) by Matt Boyd It speaks volumes to the enduring elegance of the one-of-a-kind D8-120 S Aerodynamic Coupe that Louis Delage used it as his personal car following its debut at the 1937 Paris Auto Show, and that when the restored vehicle […]
Charlie glotzbach kneels next to his #6 Cotton Owens Dodge for photos in February 1969, prior to the 1969 Daytona 500.

A Lap Down Memory Lane with Charlie Glotzbach

Charlie was one of Dodge’s top NASCAR drivers during the late ’60s and early ’70s, and was the primary test and driver during the development of the winged Dodge Charger Daytona for Chrysler during the 1969 season. As part of our “NASCAR’s Aero Warriors” feature in the Summer issue of Die Cast X (now on […]

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The Golden Age of Rally

The Golden Age of Rally

Group B Brought Unprecedented Speed, Excitement, and Danger to WRC The five years that the World Rally Championship (WRC) was contested using the FIA’s Group B rules were arguably the most exciting, dramatic, and dangerous in the history of the sport, and the era produced the fastest and most memorable cars the WRC has ever […]
Fire Replicas Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade P-7 Pumper

Fire Replicas Jack Daniel’s Fire Brigade P-7 Pumper

Just about everybody has heard of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey. Whether you partake in the occasional nip yourself or know the name purely by reputation, it’s one of those iconic brands whose name has become a benchmark for an entire industry. As the distiller of the best-selling American whiskey on the planet, the […]

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The Lady in Red

The Lady in Red

DCX Online Exclusive: Auto World Christine ’58 Plymouth Fury By: Matt Boyd Make a list of the top ten most recognizable movie cars of all time. What’s on it? A silver Aston Martin? A black Trans Am? A green Mustang? Chances are you didn’t have to go very far down the list to find a […]
Toyota says Kon’nichiwa to the Sports Car World!

Toyota says Kon’nichiwa to the Sports Car World!

Kyosho’s 1:12 Replica of Toyota’s First Halo Car   By Andrew Adamides   The last few years have seen a new trend in large-scale models. From the moment 1:18 scale models first took off some 40-odd years ago, most have been made of Zamac (for an alloy of Zinc, Aluminum, Magnesium, and Copper). More recently, […]

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Porsche’s coolest, fastest, RAREST 928 heads to auction

Porsche’s coolest, fastest, RAREST 928 heads to auction

In 1987 Porsche built five very special versions of its V8-powered grand tourer, the 928. Designated the 928 Club Sport Prototype, they were delivered to Porche’s factory race drivers Jochen Mass, Hans Stuck, Jacky Ickx, Bob Wollek and Derek Bell. The 5.0L engine (out of the S4) had been massaged with higher-lift cams, a reworked […]
The Mini Mini vs the not-so-Mini

The Mini Mini vs the not-so-Mini

By Ron Ruelle When BMW took over the Mini brand of automobiles, enthusiasts held their breath waiting to see what sort of shepherd they would be for the iconic marque. The good news is they kept the factory in Oxford, and they designed a car that echoed the proportions along with some of the quirky […]
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