Continuing on the contents of the package from Dek34 is my first ever Tiny branded models from Hong Kong for my 192nd post.
Christmas just went by and what better way to honor the elves (no, not Elvis Presley) who worked hard for Santa than having a truck named ’Elf’. And what better way for Santa to show his appreciation to his helpers by delivering this truck to good adult collectors.
This 1/18 tow truck, a KB (Kay Bee) toys exclusive was the last item and a gift that I received from that wonderful store. I’m not sure how accurate the following info is but thought this might be an interesting topic on the history and how it came to its demise. This could also be the case with ToysRus as well.
Here is my entry to the Winter photo contest by Continentldrift02.
Last Christmas (December 24th at 8:59 am to be exact) a package from Doug who helped me order and accumulate a variety of models from here and HK was finally delivered. The delivery was supposed to take only a few days since it was within the same state using priority but ended up taking a round trip to the east…
Happy New Year to everyone and I know the following pictures are late but a few activities before and after Christmas cause some delay in showing my Christmas village display for 2018. For this year I used 1/64 scale Hot Wheels, Johnny Lightning, TLV, Greenlight and Racing Mint. Hope you enjoy.
Been organizing my curio displays and my 4th shelf is dedicated to displaying 1/43 race and tuned cars from JDMs to German classics.
Before Jun Imai or Ryu Asada became Hot Wheels designer, there were veterans Larry Wood who started in the 70's and Phil Riehlman in the 90's. In my 190th post, these dynamic duo collaborated for the Hot Wheels Designer Dreamz set.
And Hot Wheels too.
Look who dropped in for gas on my 189th post?
Welcome to Hot Sixty 4th where I showcase DLM cars in 1/64 on smaller. More hidden treasures from the past and on my 188th post is the first release of the ‘66 Dodge A100 by Hot Wheels under their Delivery Slick Rides series.
Welcome to Hot Sixty 4th where we showcase DLM cars of 1/64 and smaller. How is the train, Christmas and the number on my posting related? It’s the time when people would put up their toy trains under the Christmas tree and since the train is 1/87 scale and this is my 187th post why not show some 1/87 cars as well,…
Another hidden treasure from my storage revealed on my 186th post with the ‘50s Chevy Truck by Hot Wheels from their Ultra Hots series.
As we’re nearing Christmas I am finding more treasures from the past and on my 185th post is the ‘48 Ford Woody under the Wagon Wheels series from Hot Wheels.
I bet some of you are not aware that Tomica also makes train and no this is not the Plarail that are marketed for kids but a true 1/64 TLV Neo and on my 184th post is the Seibu 12 Hiroshima Electric Railway Type 750 (Momiji).
Before Car Culture, Hot Wheels had issued some cool premium classic cars from years ago under the Ultra Hots series. On my 183rd post I will show one of those that I dug out from storage.
A bit late, oh heck more than a week late about this hawl.
After getting my Tomicarama assembled, this will be my third diorama and the second Japan theme setting that is going in my curio and in my 182th post, it’s time to show off some variety of cars.