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Custom Super ‘Cuda: Damon Paterson’s 1:18 Diecast Mopar Masterpiece

Custom Super ‘Cuda: Damon Paterson’s 1:18 Diecast Mopar Masterpiece

We’ve been spending a lot of time lately on the web and Facebook checking out the brilliant custom work being done by some genuine artists in the world of diecast. One who’s work we’ve admired many times is Damon Paterson. His work covers several genres, but he tends to gravitate toward American muscle cars and […]
Jada Roars into Summer with New JDM and Hyper-Spec Releases

Jada Roars into Summer with New JDM and Hyper-Spec Releases

We’re really digging the direction Jada has been taking its various lines so far in 2018. The company is really focusing on detail and accuracy, both in its 1:24 releases and its huge range of 1:64. We’ve talked about how much we like the classic direction that they’re taking the JDM series, and one of […]

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Alonso says the Triple Crown is ON!

Alonso says the Triple Crown is ON!

Now Alonso sets his sights on Indy As one of three drivers at the wheel of the Toyota TS050 Hybrid (joining Sébastien Buemi and Kaz Nakajima) from Gazoo Racing at this weekend’s running of the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans Fernando Alonso and his team led from pole and was the dominant car for […]
Diecast Review: Welly Peugeot 403 [Rear View]

Diecast Review: Welly Peugeot 403 [Rear View]

Proletariat Pug by Ron Ruelle The mid-Twentieth Century was a golden age for European car design—full of lithe, sporty cars that exuded performance and class. In 1955, French manufacturer Peugeot debuted a saloon styled by famed Italian design studio Pininfarina, but its image was quite different. The Peugeot 403 was a pretty basic car. Its […]

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Diecast Review: Auto World 1968 Oldsmobile 442

Diecast Review: Auto World 1968 Oldsmobile 442

By Matt Boyd Long before alphanumeric model names became the norm in the luxury sports segment, Oldsmobile was ahead of the curve. And while Oldsmobile’s image slid into obsolescence in recent decades (unfortunately leading to the division’s demise in 2004), in the 1950s and ’60s, Olds was seen as a sophisticated performance machine. The heyday […]
The Legacy of Land Rover and Range Rover

The Legacy of Land Rover and Range Rover

By Matt Boyd | Photos courtesy of Jaguar Land Rover Legend has it that the single most adventurous, rugged, worldly vehicle ever to traverse to the farthest reaches of this planet actually started as a sketch—in the sand—on a Welsh beach. Maurice Wilks, technical director of the Rover Company, was the artist, and the inspiration […]

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Diecast Review: Anson 1963 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

Diecast Review: Anson 1963 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

TWO-SEATER T-BIRD MAGIC RECAPTURED – TEMPORARILY by Ron Ruelle When Ford introduced the first Thunderbird in 1955, the car was an obvious response to the Chevrolet Corvette: A sporty looking two-place convertible–not a performance monster but a boulevard cruiser. While the Vette would undergo multiple redesigns as a two-seater (with increasing abilities), Ford made a […]
Almost Real Land Rover Defender 90 – REVIEWED

Almost Real Land Rover Defender 90 – REVIEWED

THE 2 MILLIONTH ROVER IS HISTORY ON WHEELS by Matt Boyd 1:18 | $209 (MSRP) Land Rovers just don’t die. That’s a reputation that most manufacturers of rough and rugged off-road vehicles would kill for, and one that Land Rover earned the hard way over many decades—seven of them to be exact! The first of […]

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Cougar vs Torino: Classic Ford Muscle from Auto World

Cougar vs Torino: Classic Ford Muscle from Auto World

1970 Mercury Cougar Eliminator and 1971 Ford Torino GT     Ford had the pony car segment covered with its industry-defining Mustang, but in other muscle car classes it battled for market share. Mercury was positioned as the mid-priced option in the Dearborn stable—more mature and upscale than Ford, but more youthful and energetic than […]
American Heritage trucks deliver!

American Heritage trucks deliver!

Whether its the company’s classic sedans, its historical buses, or its police and emergency vehicles, each replica American Heritage Models makes specializes in drawing connections to uses and eras. The latest releases to do so are a trio of commercial and construction trucks, many with livery that will speak to collectors. There are a total […]
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