Our friends at M2 Machines recently shared with us these pre-production photos of their soon to be released 1:64 “Ground Pounders” 1970 Chevy El Camino. With its metallic green paint and blower poking through the hood, this is one bad ride. We can’t wait to get these in-house for a closer look!
It’s getting to the point that Sunstar’s origins as a maker of budget-minded models has started to fade into the past. Far be it for me to keep those hoary old days alive – especially in light of the maker’s far more successful string of exceptional, “Platinum Collection” cars. Here’s the 1956 Mercury Montclair they’ve […]
At over a million dollars US, per copy – pre-owned – any of the 400 Ferrari Enzos built to celebrate the life of company founder Enzo Ferrari are rare sights. Some are actually famous in their own right. For example, the very first Enzo, which was detoured from its debut at the 2002 Paris Motor […]
A. J. Foyt 1961 Watson Recently, while reviewing my collection of die cast racing cars, and I asked myself a very simple question what am I missing? As a student of history especially autoracing history my collection of Indy racers almost to the point where I believed most of the definitive cars in […]