We had a wonderful time at the Rhode Island Hot Wheels Club Summer Smash 4 this past August. The dates were to be from Thursday the 25th to Sunday the 28th but hurricane Irene had other intentions! My wife Tina and I got there on Thursday afternoon after driving 5 hours through torrential rain […]
We had a great time at the “Rhode Island Hot Wheels Club Summer Smash 4”! It was great to be able to talk with our readers and of course meet new friends! Stay tuned for some interviews from the all new “Die Cast X Road Show”! Hang on, It’s gonna be a fun ride!
While walking around the Rhode Island Summer Smash, I have come a cross a few variations. Here’s one from the new Wal*Mart exclusive Redline releases, called “The Blvd. Bruiser”. Here you can see one model with white stripes on the hood, and then one without the stripes. There were a few of these here – […]
We are searching for the most passionate diecast hobbyists from around the world to feature in Die Cast X Magazine. It makes no difference what brands you collect or the quantity of pieces in your collection, what does matter is your passion for the hobby. You do not have to be a professional writer; our […]
Next time you’re going through the pegs or your stash of cars make sure to look close at the 2011 Hot Wheels Street Beasts `67 Firebird 400. There have been a bunch of them found missing the red in the side tampo.
The next time you’re out searching for cars look closely to the rear fender of the black 2011 Hot Wheels #151 “HW Racing 11 series” `67 Chevelle SS 396. It’s been showing up with either a bright or dark red #3 . Pictured here are a good example of both colors. Keep your eyes open! […]
The 2011 Hot Wheels Buzzerk with the orange plastic body has been found with and without the Hot Wheels logo on the rear of the car. From what I have with lot numbers, the Hot Wheels logo was taken off the the car. The lot numbers I have are C43 with the red Hot Wheels […]
Look for the 2011 Hot Wheels City Works Low Flow missing the side tampos. Here’s a photo of what to look for. Let me know if you find one …. or more! These are the types of things I’ll be covering in the upcoming pages of Die Cast X Magazine along with some great stories […]
The Continental– note not Lincoln Continental – -began as Edsel Ford’s sketches for a “continental-looking” special, with a very long hood, short deck, and rear-mounted spare for his 1939 Florida vacation car. Eugene “Bob” Gregorie worked with Edsel to develop a sectioned, lengthened (by a foot up front!) Lincoln Zephyr that met Edsel’s requirements while […]