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AUTOart  Mercedes-AMG GT R:  Track-honed Beast Born in the Green Hell

AUTOart Mercedes-AMG GT R: Track-honed Beast Born in the Green Hell

Introduced at the Goodwood Festival of Speed in 2016, the Mercedes-AMG GT R Coupe was tasked with taking the fight to the Porsche 911 GT3. With more power, more effective aerodynamics, less weight, and a chassis honed for serious track work, it is arguably the most complete, compelling, and capable car AMG has ever made. […]
Top 10 New Releases for Summer from DMW

Top 10 New Releases for Summer from DMW

One of our favorite things about a dealer like Diecast Models Wholesale is the sheer number of models they carry. No matter the brand, category or scale, if its new chances are DMW will carry it. (That’s one of the main reasons they were selected as Diecast Dealer of the Year in 2017 by the […]

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Bburago Mercedes 300SL: How Diecast Has Evolved

Bburago Mercedes 300SL: How Diecast Has Evolved

The Mercedes 300SL was one of the more mythical cars of its day, with an overall shape that doesn’t really look like anything else from the mid-1950s. For many models of that era, the convertible would be the rarer and more desirable version to have, but the gull-wing doors on the coupe just add a […]
Auto World WW II Willys MB Jeep

Auto World WW II Willys MB Jeep

Everyone knows the Jeep. It’s one of the most recognizable vehicles in history, and it is rightly credited for its significant role in helping win World War II, with its unprecedented versatility and toughness. Gen. George Marshall (U.S. Army Chief of Staff during WW II and architect of the Marshall Plan) went so far as […]

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Miracle Workers: Extreme Truck Builds from the 1/18 Custom Diecast Syndicate

Miracle Workers: Extreme Truck Builds from the 1/18 Custom Diecast Syndicate

A couple of issues ago we introduced you to some of the masters of model modification that inhabit the 1/18 Custom Diecast Syndicate Facebook group, and showed you some of their modded muscle cars (Winter 2019 issue). Those guys were such an inspiration and the feature story such a hit that I decided to reach […]
Replicarz 1957 Vanwall VW57 Special [REVIEW]

Replicarz 1957 Vanwall VW57 Special [REVIEW]

Sterling recreation of Sir Stirling Moss’s British GP Winner By Matt Boyd   [SPECS] Model: 1957 Vanwall VW57 Special Mfr: Replicarz Genre: Classic Grand Prix Racer Scale: 1:18 Price: $200 What We Like: Rolling Piece of British Racing History Elegant and efficient design with Lotus DNA Beautiful Borrani wire-spoke wheels and tires Vanwall holds the […]

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Minichamps 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 [Out of the Box Review]

Minichamps 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 [Out of the Box Review]

Zuffenhausen zeroes in on sporting perfection by Matt Boyd   [SPECS] Model: 2017 Porsche 911 GT3 Manufacturer: Minichamps Genre: Modern Sports Car Scale: 1:18 Price: $160 What We Like: The latest in the prized GT3 line may be the best yet Meticulous care in replicating the 991.2 updates Gorgeous wheels give a great look at […]
Maisto 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

Maisto 1969 Dodge Charger R/T

It’s no secret that Maisto has become the benchmark for entry-level 1:18 diecast. We regularly applaud the brand’s high content-to-value ratio and the tiered structure of its product lines, which allows novice collectors to gradually move up in price and detail within the brand they know and trust. The company has an extensive library of […]

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Muscle Mods

Muscle Mods

Masterworks from the 1/18 Custom Diecast Syndicate We’ve been spending a lot of time lately on the Web and social media admiring the brilliant custom work being done by some genuine artists in the world of diecast. One place where many talented builders congregate is on the 1/18 Custom Diecast Syndicate Facebook group. After chatting […]
1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale  – Best of Show

1961 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint Speciale – Best of Show

We all know the classic tale of star-crossed lovers Romeo and Juliet ended tragically in Renaissance-era Verona, but one retelling—some 400 years later (give or take) and 200 miles west in Turin—ended in a much happier union. That one was penned not by Shakespeare but by Franco Scaglione, master designer at Bertone. And he worked […]
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