Ninja Series Datsun 510 Greenlight

A very tiring day and draining of energy, mind and patience. Hopefully this is just me who experienced not making friends for Diecast Lovers there all. May God always give happiness to all of you. Oh yeah, friend, who is here collecting Datsun 510? There is a leak from this Mini3Garage, the Ninja Series Datsun 510.
There are 6 motifs from Ninja that are ready to explore, and hide for the collector, with the aim to be hunted by you and ready in the sniper for his choice. This Ninja Datsun 510 series looks stunning with a fire motif and combined with Summon Orochi can add a mystical and sadistic impression.

I don’t know how much to launch on the market, but if you are interested you can just ask Mini3Garage, maybe he will explain it. When is launched and can be obtained anywhere from the Ninja Series Datsun 510 collection.

This is a very solid collaboration, considering that Ninja itself is a legend that still lives its spirit until now, even Ninja stories always exist from generation to generation, combined with Datsun 510 which is included in the legend of sports cars.

A little talk about the history of the Datsun 510 sports car, this legendary sports car, was first marketed in the United States using the I4 series engine, which has a 1.6L capacity, and uses “Hitachi downdraft carbureted”. The power produced reaches 96 hp (72kW), with maximum Top speed is 100mph.

Outside the United States, the paired engine is a J series, an OHV type with a “push rod engine”. In September 1970, an engine with a capacity of 1.3L was enlarged to 1.4L and a 1.6L capacity engine was replaced with a 1.8L engine.
Datsun 510’s popularity among high-ability car enthusiasts is also supported by the ease of “upgrading” with other versions of datsun parts. A strong frame, and a flexible dimension of the engine space, can accommodate the type of transmission or engine from the next generation Datsun, with only a few modifications. Some examples include:

  • L1.8 series engine with 1.8L capacity.
  • L20B series engine with 2.0L capacity, including the Turbo version.
  • The “63mm (shaft-center distance) 5-speed transmissions” transmission made for 200SX (S10) and HL510 (A10).
  • The “71mm 5-speed transmissions” transmission, used in the 280-series Z (S30 & S130), 200SX ’80 -’83 (S110) production in 1980 – 1983, 810 produced from 1977-1980, 810 / Maxima / Bluebird (910) ) production in 1981-1984, Skyline C210 / R30 series. This transmission is also used in the 620/720 / D21 type pick-up / truck series

Datsun 510 is indeed born as a car that is ready to compete, because its features greatly support its performance such as:

  • It has been equipped with Disc brakes on the front wheels.
  • independent suspension on the 4 wheels (MacPherson strut on the front and semi trailing arm on the rear.
  • For the station wagon, use “solid rear live axle” and per leaf on the back.
  • Using a very strong rear wheel drive system.
  • Two transmission options, namely: 4-speed manual or 3-speed automatic.
  • Many choices of models are: 2-door sedan, 4-door sedan and 4-door station wagon.
  • The very strong power of the engine does not mean wasteful of fuel. As a result of testing factories in the United States, Datsun 510 fuel consumption is only 20-30 mpg.
    All Datsun 510 types with US specifications, since 1970 are equipped with “anti-sun glass”

That’s a bit of a review of the Datsun 510 sports car, which will come with model cars skla 64, Ninja Series Datsun 510 from Greenlight products.

Pict all by: mini3garage

Greenlight Diecast Hollywood

Morning greetings again
My bird’s voice welcomed the day changed
Bob Marley is still singing Don’t worry uyeah

How are you guys today? Keep the spirit to live your activities, hopefully the fortune will remain smooth, always healthy. Somehow from last night this thought was haunted by Hollywood words. Yes, instead of getting dizzy, it’s better. I pour it here, talk casually with the Diecast Lovers. Talking about Hollywood is definitely not separated from the world-class cinema film world. There have been many films produced and received a very extraordinary welcome.

Hollywood itself began in 1853, when a brick hut was built in Nopalera (Nopal Field, whose name was taken from the name of the Mexican cactus which is native to this region). In 1870, a farming community grew and developed. This area became known as Cahuenga Valley, where the area covers the pass in the Santa Monica Mountains to the north.

The one who gave the name Hollywood is H.J. Whitley which later was referred to as ‘Father of Hollywood’. Mr. Whitley bought a farm and farm E.C. Hurd covers 232.3 hectares and explains the plan to the land owner. They then agreed after the proposed price was appropriate and the landowner named Hurd agreed to sell the land on the specified date. But apparently the news was widespread and heard by Harvey H. Wilcox.

Harvey was interested in this city of Hollywood. He then filled out the notary deed and he wanted to be the first person to register it on the notary deed. Shortly after, the real-estate area soon mushroomed in this new area, but Hollywood itself developed slowly.

In 1900 the Hollywood Hotel was built by Mr. Whitley himself who was indeed the president of the Los Pacific Boulevard and Development Company. After finally having the Hurd farm, Mr. Whitley built a hotel with the aim of attracting land buyers. This land flanks the west side of Highland Avenue to the front of Prospect Avenue which is still dusty with rocky roads. The Hollywood Hotel has finally evolved and is known to many people from all over the world and has grown to become the center of people’s lives and home to stars for years.

The Whitley company continues to grow and then sells the residential area of ​​Ocean View Tract. To promote this new city, Mr. Whitley is willing to pay a lot of money. He spent thousands of dollars to pay for electric lights, including building power plants and banks and roads to the Cahuenga Pass. Electric lights are lit on the streets of Prospect Avenue. The center of Pak Whitley’s land was on Highland Avenue.

On November 4, 1903, Hollywood became a municipality after a vote was held in which there were 88 pros and 77 cons. Then interestingly, on January 30, 1904, Hollywood city residents agreed to ban the sale and purchase of liquor except for medical purposes.

Furthermore, in 1910 the townspeople resumed voting to combine Hollywood into a part of Los Angeles in order to secure water supplies and gain access to LA. With this merger, the name Prospect Avenue changed to Hollywood Boulevard and all street numbers in the new district also changed.

The Birth of the Hollywood Film Industry

The beginning of Hollywood being a city of entertainment industry was in 1911. It was director D.W. Griffith made the first film in Hollywood. The first film to take place in Hollywood was a short film titled In Old California and produced for Biograph Company.

At that time Hollywood banned the production of films, before then there was a merger with Los Angeles which allowed it. The first film made by a Hollywood film studio, Nestor Motion Picture Company, was made on October 26, 1911. The area owned by Mr. Whitley was used as the setting. This untitled film was filmed on a small forest on the corner of Whitley Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard.

Now, 4 of the world’s major film studios — Paramount, Warner Bros., RKO, and Columbia — have studios in Hollywood. And there are still many smaller film studios scattered throughout the city that has now become one of the most respected cities in Los Angeles. The title of Tinseltown and the Biz City Movie embedded in Hollywood refers to the glitter of the film industry based in this city.

So big is the name of Hollywood thanks to its extraordinary Industry Film, so almost every Hollywood film that penetrates the Box Office is always diecasted. Both of them work together, and diecast branding like Greenlight and Hotwheels often collaborate.

Then what collections do you have from Greenlight Diecast Hollywood guys? Moments and memories that make collecting Greenlight Diecast Hollywood have its own spirit. Ok, then, safe hunting and get a Greenlight Diecast line in your collection room.

Black Bandit Greenlight Diecast 64

Black Bandit hears his name has made it creep, our imagination has floated on vicious, brutal, barbaric criminals. Of course these fears made DiecastOraSambat wondering who was behind the vile Black Bandit villain?

Immediately search Google with the Black Bandit keyword and it turns out that a cool collection from Greenlight Black Bandit has appeared. It is a relief that it turns out that Black Bandit is not a criminal who is spreading threats lately but is a collection of green toys.

This Black Bandit Greenlight collection is quite unique, and has a very strong power brand. Evident from a google search just by typing Black Bandit, the first page of Google has been fulfilled from this Greenlight Toys collection. Even the Black Bandit movie itself is outperformed compared to this diecast.

The uniqueness of the Diecast Greenlight with the Black Bandit brand power is quite unique and cool to collect, in appearance this car model is full black from body paint, wheels and interior. Even the decal is bright black.

The Black Bandit collection has been introduced since 2014, and until 2019 it has released 20 series with a scale of 64. Starting from the type of car that was used by the era of God Father to the modern one.

Intrigued by the Greenlight Toys with the Black Bandit, what types of car models have been released by the 20 series, this is just the appearance of the Black Bandit Greenlight Diecast 64.


1:64th Scale

series 1

  • 1964 Plymouth Fury
  • 1968 Chevy Chevelle SS
  • 1968 Dodge Charger R/T
  • 1969 Ford Mustang Boss 302
  • 1989 Pontiac Firebird Formula 350
  • 2006 Chevy Corvette Z06


1:64th Scale

series 2

  • 1965 Dodge D-100 Pickup Truck
  • 1965 Chevy Chevelle
  • 1968 Plymouth GTX
  • 2007 Shelby GT500
  • 1971 Plymouth HEMI Cuda
  • 1971 Chevy Camaro Z28


1:64th Scale

series 3

  • 2006 Chevy Camaro Concept
  • 1977 Dodge Ramcharger
  • 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback
  • 1970 Pontiac GTO Convertible
  • 1966 Ford Galaxie – Race
  • 2008 Dodge Charger


1:64th Scale

series 4

  • 2009 Dodge Challenger
  • 2008 Chevy Corvette C6R
  • 1970 Plymouth Road Runner Convertible
  • 1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
  • 1968 Buick GS400
  • 1965 Ford Galaxie


1:64th Scale

series 5

  • 1967 Pontiac GTO Convertible
  • 1970 Oldsmobile 442
  • 1972 AMC Javelin AMX
  • 1967 Chevy Impala
  • 2003 Mercury Marauder
  • 1966 Shelby GT-350


1:64th Scale

  • 1964 Plymouth Fury Max Wedge
  • 1970 Dodge Challenger T/A
  • 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda
  • 1970 Plymouth GTX
  • 1971 Dodge Challenger R/T
  • 2009 Dodge Challenger Police


1:64th Scale

series 6

  • 1969 Chevrolet C-10
  • 1977 Dodge Royal Monaco
  • 1980 Pontiac Firebird
  • 1989 Ford Mustang GT
  • 2003 Mercury Marauder
  • 2010 Ford Taurus Police – Car


1:64th Scale

series 7

  • 2012 Ford Explorer Police
  • 2012 Dodge Charger RT
  • 2012 Ford Mustang GT
  • 2012 Ford Focus SHO
  • 1977 Chevrolet G20 Van
  • 1976 Dodge B-100 Van


1:64th Scale

series 8

  • 1963 Chrysler 300 Convertible
  • 1965 Dodge Coronet 500 Convertible
  • 1974 Dodge Monaco Black Bandit Police
  • 2008 Champ Car World Series DP01
  • 2012 Ford Shelby GT500
  • 2013 Chevy COPO Camaro Custom


1:64th Scale

series 9

  • 1966 Ford Bronco
  • 1967 Chevy Impala Sport Sedan
  • 1977 Pontiac Firebird TA
  • 2013 Chrysler 300 SRT
  • 2013 Dodge Dart
  •  2013 Chevy Cruze


1:64th Scale

series 10

  • 1970 Ford Bronco (Stock color, 4×4)
  • 1971 AMC Javelin (Black Bandit Police)
  • 2011 Honda Civic Si
  • 2014 Jeep Wrangler
  • 2014 Ram 1500 (Black Bandit Police)
  • 2015 Chrysler 200S


1:64th Scale

series 11

  • 1968 Chevrolet C-10
  • 1970 Plymouth ‘Cuda
  • 1987 Pontiac Firebird GTA
  • 2008 Ford Crown Victoria
    Black Bandit 11 Police
  • 2014 RAM 1500 Sport


1:64th Scale

series 12

  • 1938 Volkswagen Type 1 Split Window Beetle
  • 1967 Ford Custom
  • 1968 Volkswagen Type 2 Bus
  • 2012 Jeep Wrangler
  • 2014 Ram 1500 Sport
  • 2016 Chevrolet Volt


1:64th Scale

series 13

  • 1963 Dodge D-100
  • 1972 Chevrolet C-10
  • 1973 Volkswagen Type 2 Westfalia Campmobile
  • 1984 Chevrolet Monte Carlo SS
  • 2015 Nissan GT-R (R35)
  • 2015 Chevrolet Silverado 1500


1:64th Scale

series 14

  • 1973 AMC Javelin
  • 1978 Volkswagen Type 2
  • 1994 Jeep Wrangler
  • 2015 Ford F-150 LT
  • Topo Fuel Altered Dragster
  • 1941 Military 1/2 Ton 4×4


1:64th Scale – Hobby Exclusive

  • Black Bandit Collection


1:64th Scale – Hobby Exclusive

  • Black Bandit Collection


1:64th Scale

series 15

  • 1955 Cadillac Fleetwood Series 60 Special
  • 1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS
  • 2016 Chevrolet Camaro SS
  • 2016 Dodge Charger Pursuit
    Black Bandit Police
  • 2016 Ford Interceptor Utility
    Black Bandit Police
  • Black Bandit Wagon King


1:64th Scale

series 16

  • 1967 Ford F-100
  • 1972 Chevrolet Chevelle SS 396
  • 1986 Chevrolet G20
  • 2015 Ford F-150
    Black Bandit Rescue Team
    with Snow Plow and Salt Spreader
  • 2017 Ram 2500 Power Wagon
  • 2017 Chevrolet Camaro Convertible


1:64th Scale

series 17

  • 1968 Ford F-100 with Bed Rails
  • 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454
  • 1976 Volkswagen Type 2 Double Cab
  • 1989 Jeep Wrangler Soft Top
  • 2016 Dodge Charger Hellcat
  • 2017 Ram 2500


1:64th Scale

series 18

  • 1973 Ford Falcon XB (Flat Black)
  • 1974 Volkswagen Type 2 Panel Van
  • 1976 Dodge Coronet Black Bandit Police
  • 2000 Nissan Skyline GT-R
  • 2016 Chevrolet Silverado
  • 1939 Chevrolet Panel Truck


1:64th Scale

series 19

  • 1968 Datsun 510
  • 1969 Ford Mustang Black Bandit Trans Am Racing Team
  • 1980 GMC Vandura
  • 1970 Jeep CJ-5
  • 1978 Ford Mustang II King Cobra
  • 2017 Ford GT


1:64th Scale

series 20

  • 1965 Volkswagen Type 3 Panel Van
  • 1969 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28
    Black Bandit Trans Am Racing Team
  • 1971 Datsun 240Z
  • 1975 Plymouth Fury
    Black Bandit Police
  • 1976 Ford Mustang II Cobra II
  • 1976 Jeep CJ-7

Diecast Indy Car Series from Greenlight Collectibles 2019

Hi, friend Diecast Lover’s today DecastOraSambat there is interesting info for you Indy racing lovers. Indeed Indy racing is not too much demand and only exists in America, in contrast to Formula 1 races that have audiences around the world. But fans who are not many usually have true, eternal and fanatical fans. Even Fernando Alonso has participated in the Indy race in 2017, and the info this year 2019 Fernando Alonso will race again.

Before continuing Diecast OraSambat will speak Indy Car History. The IndyCar Series or the IndyCar Series (known as NTT IndyCar Series for sponsorship reasons) is a premier class race from the United States open wheel racing. This championship was originally called Indy Racing League or abbreviated as IRL. The championship was founded by the owner of Indianapolis Motor Speedway Tony George which began in 1996 as a competitor for the Championship Auto Racing Teams (abbreviated CART) with the main basic principle of improving the drawbacks of CART such as the cost of racing and too many non-American drivers participate. George then created an alternative race at a lower cost. In 2008, the IndyCar Series later acquired Champ Car World Series assets (formerly CART) which were declared bankrupt at the beginning of the year.


Now GreenLight Collectibles returns to the track in 2015 with Indy Car replicas on a scale of 1:18 and 1:64. A new partnership with the Indy Car Series Verizon, Indianapolis Motor Speedway and also with the legend Dallara. The IndyCar model on the scale of 1:18 and 1:64 has authentic racing features, original rubber tires and diecast body.

The following is the appearance of the 2015 Indy Car Series Diecast from Greenlight Collectibles produced in 2019.

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