DCX Online Exclusive: AutoWorld Christine 1968 Dodge Charger By: Matt Boyd In the Winter issue of Die Cast X we explored much of the history of and the fascination with the Cult Car Classic Christine in our feature “Wheels of Fury.” In that issue we also reviewed the newest release in Auto World’s Christine 1:18 […]
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 […]
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, […]
Mecum is getting set to auction an amazing collection of Detroit muscle, including several significant factory lightweight drag cars, all owned by enthusiast Don Fezell. A former racer, Fezell has amassed a truly exceptional assemblage of racing specials from the Big Three and beyond. Here are pics of a few of the factory racers coming […]
And after watching this video of POV action (via a custom Hot-Wheel’d GoPro), you’re gonna want to bust open a few of the blister cards on some HW Race Team cars, lay down some track and try some of these stunts yourself. Hat-tip to Gizmodo for link to the clip.
Certain AUTOart castings sell out quickly and leave collectors regretting that they missed their chance at these exquisitely crafted replicas. The iconic E-Type is one such model — Aa has done several variations on the venerable XKE — coupes and convertibles, in Series I, II, and III. The earlier short-wheelbase coupes are the most beautiful […]
Lots of us love classic Ferraris. Some of us are practically obsessed. And then there is Peter Giacobbi. Giacobbi is no stranger to the automotive world; he worked as the Director of Engineering for the DeLorean Motor Company, but his passion has always been Italian sports cars. He won SCCA titles behind the wheel of […]
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 […]
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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