MINI COOPER Liberty Walk Collection Scale 1/18 Resin Modeling

Hello diecast lover’s, there is good news for you guys who really like mini cooper cars. Here is the item casting model of Liberty Walk cars which is quite cool and interesting, because I myself have never seen Liberty Walk modifying a Mini Cooper car.

Even though the original version doesn’t yet exist, it doesn’t matter. In fact this could be an illustration for my friend who has the original version if you want to change the look of the mini cooper if modified overfender. It turns out that the mini still able to look cute, and very interesting.

For the Cars Walk Cooper Liberty Walk Mini Model there are 5 variants of modified colors, namely:
• MINI Cooper Libertywalk red with 2 tonenya. Namely the base color is red while the top is black.

• MINI Cooper Libertywalk with livery Advan rollbar uses red black alloy wheels

• MINI Cooper Libertywalk with Zero Fighter livery, a very famous and iconic livery. Livery fighter during World War. Rims use black, the rollbar is also black.

• MINI Cooper Libertywalk with its own livery which is very well understood and understood, namely the sunrise. Here there are 2 colors namely light and dark grayscale. For the last one this is really absurd, bro 😄

The MINI Cooper Libertywalk comes in a scale of 18 and is made from resin. If you have this collection, you have to be extra careful, bro, rather than crying overnight like a song. Indeed the basic ingredients of resin have a very neat level of detail, detail, & real. But his biggest weakness is he is fragile against chaotic hands.

For the price of Casting Model Cars is priced at US $ 329-449 each model has a different amount of production.

The advan livery produced 10 pcs, the red color also 10 pcs, zero fighter 10 pcs, LB greyscale bright 20 pcs, the dark 99 pcs.

If you are interested, you can check and contact Unusual43 directly, based in Singapore. But if you have a place for sale, please contact them directly, and immediately get the MINI Cooper Liberty Walk collection.

oh yes, I forgot to tell you all that every purchase of this MINI Cooper Liberty Walk item you also get a signature directly from Wataru Kato the owner of Liberty Walk. This is in accordance with information from the unusual 43 parties and also the existing images.

Hot Wheels Packaging Design

Through the years, Hot Wheels cars have been composed mostly by litter, but since the late 1990s, there has been an increase in the number of adult collectors. Mattel appreciate that 41 million children grew up playing with the toys, the average toll gatherer has over 1,550 railcar, and litter between the epoch of 5 and 15 have an run of 41 motor. Most think the congregate fad startle with the Treasure Hunts in 1995.

Mike Strauss has been appeal to the father of Hot Wheels gather; he has organic two collectors’ events each year in some form since 1986. The first consequence was the Annual Hot Wheels Collectors Convention, normally held each year in the fall. The convention occurred in diverse locations around the rude until 2001, when the first Annual Hot Wheels Collectors Nationals was put together. Since then, the Conventions area unit command every year in southern CA.

The Hot Wheels Collectors Nationals revolve among cities outside of California during the spring. Strauss has also reveal the quarterly Hot Wheels Newsletter since 1986 and was one of the first to coalesce collectors all over the Earth. He also writes the Tomart’s Price Guide To Hot Wheels, a list listing tale, car descriptions and import, which is necessity by almost every collector to study more about the hobby and their congregation. Strauss sold his collection in 2011 and private from the Hot Wheels Newsletter.

In 1981, Hot Ones wheels were introduced, which had gold-painted hubs, and assert to have thinner axles for more success, along with additional delay yielding that older composition Hot Wheels lacked. Ultra Hot Wheels were introduced in 1984, and face something liking the cast fineness wheels found on a 1980s-dispensation high-balance Renault Fuego or a Mazda 626, with three parallel dark lines biting diagonally across the destroyed chrome face of the wheel, all three uneven in the center to shapeliness six individual shorter lines. These new “Ultra Hots” maintain further speed impro.

Hot Wheels started gift models based on 1980s-era sports and parsimony auto, like the Pontiac Fiero or Dodge Omni 024, in increase to their model ‘hot rod’ and muscle car style offerings. In 1983, a renovated manner of gyrate warn Real Riders were induce, which displayed true condom apparel.

Despite the occurrence that they were very ordinary, the Real Riders rope was inadequate-lived, that of hie product charge. In the late 1980s, the so-called Blue Card vesicatory gang color design was introduced, which would become the basis of Hot Wheels colors still used today (original vesicatory packs were red and cream.

Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser Flying Tigers

Shhh there is an item that should not be missed this from Hotwheels especially this from RLC. Always neat and hot treasure hunt items. Obviously this item will be hunted by gesser car collectors.

Yes, it looks like the official Hot Wheel has the appearance of a Chevy Bell Air Gesser 55 ‘, and appears with an exclusive and elegant look.

There are even several online shops that dare open POs for Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser items.

The plan was released in September 2019. If you are interested just try contacting your online subscription site to join PO. But if you have a RLC member then just go ahead and invite any friend who wants to join.

I myself do not know how many Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser is produced.

It looks very stunning with 2 tones, as the base color is dark green chrome and black doft for the roof. The livery uses WWII Flying Tigers. This is what makes the appearance of the Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser has a fierce impression in its Exclusive.

We need to know that the Flying Tigers WWII Livery is an American Aircraft Livery during World War II. Installing this decal on a Chevy Bell Air item might mean that this item is ready to fight in a race for speed.

The packaging for the Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser is also very solid, cool. It really looks really that this item is truly an exclusive item. Still added Arcilik for packaging on his car. So it’s very complete the cool item Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser.

Let’s set aside your money to take a super steady and super rare collection from the Hot Wheels RLC Exclusive 55 ‘Chevy Bell Air Gesser.

Hot Wheels Rarity Collecting

The real AMX street car was a deficient-lived two-seater show by AMC that, like most thew cars, goods a full-powered motor into a midsize frame. For the sporty 1969 vanish-cast Hot Wheels version, most (probable the one above) trade for hundreds of dollars, with obdurate-to-find colors preference salmon pink and antifreeze fetching on the higher issue. But in bound of thinness, the most valuable by far is the slightly later gloom “Ed Shaver” translation.

Shaver was a driver on the first Hot Wheels-sponsored attract-racing brood in the U.K., and the particularity-done up Ed Shaver AMX motor (which included a sail of decals twinned those on his dragster) were diversified at race events.

According to Hot Wheels scavenger, historiographer and appraiser Mike Zarnock, they were also effectual through a cereal tappal-in and by sending in Proof-of-Purchase points from the backs of U.K. Hot Wheels cars. With very few of these vehicle around now, Zarnock values them at over of $4,000, unconnected (not in the vesication deck).

It interest to be that when we decree Hot Wheels cart sitting around, we supposition going the virtuous clock we had crashing them mercilessly into each other off of bright orange ramps.

Now we’re thinking a little variously, and after you learned this list, you might be, too. Now you can repeat your boyfriend your vast crowd of Hot Wheels isn’t just infection over a lodge in your tribe — it’s an vestment cast attendance to be cashed in. Not all Hot Wheels are betide coin, but if you occur to be auspicious enough to have any of the rarest Hot Wheels cars, we have some excellent report. You could be rich!

The so-invoke “Cheetah” Base Python also earns its spot in the pantheon of uncommon, high-value Hot Wheels that of a appellation snafu. One of the first 16 Hot Wheels colloquial ever make, it mimicked a custom “Dream Rod” designed and constructed in 1963 by Bill Cushenberry for Car Craft magazine that creatively Frankenstein’d custom ability from a ’60 Pontiac, ’53 Studebaker and a ’61 Corvair, among others.

A fistful of betimes versions of the toy, mostly kermes, were generate with the Cheetah name stamped on the base—until it was discovered that General Motors pioneer-schemer Bill Thomas had claimed that name for his “Cobra Killer” breed vehicle. So the toy was renamed Python. Hot Wheels manufactured Pythons in both the U.S. and Hong Kong, while the Cheetahs were generate just in Hong Kong.

Cheetah and Python case made there have smaller front orb, melancholy-tinted windows and greater detail on the lowly and in the interior. One tassel Cheetah on the degraded could be worth in the proximity of $10,000, accordingly to Zarnock.

Kyosho Minicar Toys Renault Alpine A110 1973 Monte Carlo and Tour de Corse

What brand of car first appeared in your mind when you heard the word ‘rally’?


Alpine? Although it is indeed the first four most famous names in the history of the WRC (World Rally Championship) with their legendary rally cars (Impreza, Stratos / Delta, Lancer Evo, Celica), the last name, Alpine, seems less well-known. I myself just knew what Alpine was. And now, the Alpine A110 is included in one of my favorite classic cars.

The relationship with the rally? Alpine was the winner of the first season of the WRC, in 1973. What is actually Alpine? And now where? How come it’s never seen?

it’s time for history. Alpine’s journey begins with Jean Rédélé. Rédélé, who in 1950 was the youngest Renault dealer, decided to plunge into the rally world by using the Renault 4CV, a supermini car designed quietly during World War II. 4CV was actually designed as a people’s car, a kind of VW Beetle (having a rear engine), but thanks to its modification, Rédélé won several prestigious events such as the win class at the Mille Miglia and Coupe des Alpes.

Thanks to its success in the rally world, and coupled with requests from customers, Rédélé decided to make a car that was specifically for the race. By continuing to take the base of 4CV, but with a new body made of fiberglass, Alpine A106, Alpine’s first car, was created. The Alpine name is taken from the name of the Rédélé rally that followed before, the Coupe des Alpes, or in English, Alpine Rally.

In 1961 Alpine A110 was born, and from here Alpine’s golden age began. Following the two predecessor cars, the A110 also took components from Renault’s ‘ordinary’ cars, this time from the Renault R8. The A110 capability is immediately proven in the IMC rally competition (International Manufacturer’s Championship), a rally that became the forerunner of the WRC. In the first season of the IMC in 1970, Alpine finished second, behind Porsche.

In the second season of IMC, Alpine won the IMC title from the hands of Porsche. Porsche did not even get the second winner that fell to Saab. The IMC became the WRC in 1973, and at the first WRC rally in Monaco, all places on the podium were filled by A110 riders. At the end of the season, Alpine managed to collect 147 points, far leaving Fiat in second place with 84 points.

How do you know the greatness of the Classic Alpine A110 Legend, of course the Legend must be collected at home. There is good news for those of you who want to collect the legend because the Kyosho brand has released the Alpine A110 Legend with a scale of 1/18 2 versions at the same time, the first version of the Renault Alpine A110 1973 Tour de Corse and the second Monte Carlo.

For the price, it is officially priced at the number US $ 203,11-219,36. So how are you diecast lovers? Ready for hunting and collection of items from Brand Kyosho with Renault Alpine A110 1973 Monte Carlo and Tour de Corse items

Ken Block’s Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 65 by YM Models scale 1/64

Hoooiiiii here come together to gather here bro lovers diecast scale 64, there is super hot info. Hot items that are very rare, rare treasure hunt. You must really crave this item especially those who really like the world of drifting.

This rare treasure hunt hot item is attached to the world of drifting, an American muscle car that is so shocking with its amazing drift action. Even before, according to me, the Mustang American Muscle was less popular until finally this one Mustang was made a modified media and looked so rocky, the power displayed.

The logo that is so clearly visible and already known to Hoonigan. How do you know yet what hot items are meant? Still confused, ok I mentioned the name of the drifter. Ken Block already know right? Oh yess Ford Mustang Fastback Hoonicorn Ken Block car which is used for its drifting action which is very powerful and superior.

If as long as what has emerged is a scale of 1/18 of Top Marques, now comes with a small scale of 1/64 of YM Model Cars. The base material of this model car is from Resin with very fine details. The livery is also the same as the original version. For the wheel alloy wheels also the same as the classic patterned gold color.

What really stands out is that the head valve that protrudes upward is formed not original and reckless, but is made neatly and in detail. For functional problems I don’t know yet, because I have never had a collection of YM Models.

But if I were to cast a 1/64 scale functional model I would never mind. If the functionality is running well it is a plus.

According to information, Ken Block’s Ford Mustang Hoonicorn 65 by YM Models will be released on October 2019 with a total production of 1500. And starting today, there are many who have opened PO for this item. for those of you who want to do PO, I give you a price leak. That is around the price of US $ 44.65 but that also depends on where the PO is, sometimes the price can be a difference above or below.

But in my opinion there is no need to care for the price, the most important thing is how to get this item. Because obviously this item is included in a rare treasure hunt. If you don’t get it, don’t regret it later.

Autoart Jaguar E-Type scale 1/18 Most Wanted Classic Cars Modeling

Jaguar through the Jaguar Land Rover Classic division, which sparked the idea of ​​’meeting’ EV technology with classic cars. And the first car chosen as guinea pigs for this project was the Jaguar E-Type.

Jaguar E-Type is a coupe and roadster type sports car from Jaguar which was introduced in 1961. In its time (even today), Jaguar E-Type received appreciation as the most beautiful car in the world, including one admired by Enzo Ferrari who is the founding father Italian sports car brand, Ferrari.

The beauty of Jaguar E-Type is arguably never faded, even though it has been past half a century. And the Jaguar Land Rover Classic is home to classic Jaguar and Land Rover cars that want to be restored, carrying out an exciting mission of making the E-Type relevant to the latest engine technology through the physical synergy of Jaguar E-Type with EV engine technology, the result is Jaguar E-Type Zero.

Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 uses a body base and chassis from the 1968 Series 1.5 Jaguar E-type Roadster. So that can be said from the exterior of the Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 is very identical to the Jaguar E-Type Roadster in the era of the 60s, both in appearance to the smallest detail.

Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 still uses the exact same shape as the old Jaguar E-Type. Starting from the front fascia with a massive air intake and accompanied by a chrome chrome bumper design, the classic jaguar logo accent details are present in the Jaguar E-Type Zero. Interestingly, even though the headlight area still has an ’old school’ design, in fact it has been equipped with LED Headlight technology.

Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 presents an approach that is as appropriate as the Jaguar E-Type in its time. The use of alloy wheels with a single locking system, doors that can still be locked using ordinary keys, to the canvas roof business, which opens and uses the car’s owner and passenger power. It’s just that in the area of ​​the tank cap that is on the left side is now pinned Type 2 type electric car battery charger port that is universal for all electric cars today.

The rear aft of the Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 actually makes you confused, because it is really the same as the old Jaguar E-Type. But if your eyes are observant, you will find out about the absence of the car’s exhaust, replaced by a backlight.

Compared to the exterior area, more interior areas were overhauled by the Jaguar Land Rover Classic. There is a meeting of two classic and futuristic design concepts in a balanced and coherent one-sided package.

in the carbon fiber panel dashboard area, it presents a classic style steering wheel with a three cross model with wooden details on the steering wheel. The ‘classic’ element is also present in both seats which are made of both the pattern and material used with the classic Jaguar E-Type

The only truly fundamental changes in the Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 are changes in the engine sector. Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 uses an XK330-4 electric engine that uses a 40kWh battery with an electric motor and reduction gear that is placed behind the battery pack, and uses a new drive shaft connected to the differential and final drives.

Interestingly, the Jaguar Land Rover Classic designed the entire EV system on the Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 completely plug-and-play with the chassis and suspension of the Jaguar E-Type. Even because the old Jaguar E-Type has an XK engine holder which is equally used in XK120, Mk2 and XJ6, it allows the EV system to be applied to the line of this classic Jaguar model produced from 1949-1992.

The price of the Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 is divided into 2 versions, namely the ‘full’ version and the ‘kit’ version. So, if you buy 1 unit intact Jaguar E-Type Zero 2018 the price can be in the range of £ 300,000. The story is different if you already have a classic Jaguar E-Type, you only need to pay around £ 60,000 to buy a ‘machine’ and convert from a gasoline engine to a hybrid.

All of the above are the original car version stories, and for those of you who also want to collect them in the miniature model you can also get them. Because one of the branding models of cars has been reduced to a scale of 18, especially if it’s not the Autoart Model Jaguar E-Type.

So for those of you who are really focused or really like the collection of aristocratic model cars, then immediately get and collect Jaguar E-type Autoart Models. For the price of Autoart the Jaguar E-type model you can get around US $ 357.35

KenToys Extreme Tuner Collection of Memories Diecast scale 24 is Awesome

Is there a reader thread here that has a collection of KenToys? The KenToys still doesn’t have production or factories. In the past I actually had a collection of KenToys, there were 2 items that I had before they were destroyed because I left and played by a small child of my brother’s child.

2 of the KenToys collections that I have are Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 and Nissan 350z, this Diecast has a scale of 24 with pretty good detail and can even be said to be good for a cheap price and also comes with a cool custom bodykit display. Not only that for the size of the diecast, which is cheap, the interior side even has custom audio and even Nitro accessories.

I think this item that I have from KenToys is a series of Xtreme Tuner, I try to look for it again I want to make it a collection again, but the problem is this item is really hard to find. Even I did not find an official website. Even if there are only a few who sell from the collection, there are only a few and there are even those that I have.

It is possible if there are readers here who have the KenToys Xtreme Tuner collection to be able to send a photo so that I will display it in this thread and re-enliven the item KenToys Xtreme Tuner.

Oh yes this item can also ignite the main lights and accessories. If you still remember the style of modification of the game Need For Speed ​​Underground 2, then the modification style of KenToys Xtreme Tuner is the same. This is clearly impossible to have in other brands such as Maisto, JADA Toys, Bburago, Welly on a scale of 24. The accessories lights are below the skirt body and audio, while the main lights are only on the headlights.

I still have memories of the photos when the lights are on, I will include them below this thread, you can see how they look so cool and different from the others to diecast the scale 24.

If this KenToys Extreme Tuner still exists and is still in production, I will definitely collect it again. The most special diecast I’ve ever known, detailed cool body, nice interior, plus lighting like a real car in small dimensions.

KenToys Extreme Tuner where are you now, don’t want to live again in the world of martial arts diecast. You are diecast 24 who has the most complete functional among the others, do you not want to live on the surface together melodic melody diecast hahaha …

Tomica Limited Vintage Neo Mazda 787B Legend of Rotary Machines

The hero will always be remembered, but the legend is never dead … That is the exact expression of the Mazda 787B, the first Japanese racing car to conquer the Le Mans circuit, France, in a 24-hour endurance race in 1991. Unfortunately after becoming champions, the committee banned the use of machinery rotary used 787B in the following season.

Behind the story of the controversy over the ban that happened to, Mazda 787B, now the Legend gets a respectable position as the legend of the manufacturer from Hiroshima and gets a special “throne” at the Mazda Museum in Hiroshima.

If you visit the Mazda museum we will see the 787B which is displayed along with its controversial engine. Controversial because some people believe that the ban is a conspiracy because the Mazda 787B is too strong so it is difficult to beat.

What is clear, in 1991 Mazda became the first Japanese manufacturer to win Le Mans, although two other Japanese manufacturers were actually more favored. History also notes, the 787B became the first racing car to win Le Mans using a rotary engine by completing a distance of 4923.2 km with an average speed of 205.1 kph.

The 787B victory story is no less interesting. Driven alternately by three drivers, Johnny Herbert from England, Bertrand Gachot from France, and Volker Weidler from Germany, the number 55 car started at number 19. Two other 787B Mazdas with numbers 18 and 56 were in the order of 23 and 30.

At the beginning of the race, the car with number 55 has been thrust into third position. A few rounds later, it was in second place behind the Mercedes-Benz C11 driven by Michael Schumacher, Fritz Kreutzpointner and Karl Wendlinger. When the race lasted 22 hours, C11 was forced to enter the pit due to engine problems.

In the final pit stop, Herbert asked to keep driving the car and take the 787B past the finish line as champions. But at the end of the race, Herbert experienced fatigue and dehydration so he did not take the podium with Weidler and Gachot.

Now, the story of the race is always remembered at the Mazda Museum. The legend of the 787B gets its throne as the pride of the country of the Rising Sun.

For those of you who want to have the legend of the Mazda 787B, there is now a collection from Tomica Limited Vintage Neo with a scale of 64. Get the collection immediately before it runs out, because I’m sure this will be a Super Treasure Hunt item. For the price, if it’s not mistaken, it’s at US $ 72.

And for those of you who are Hot Wheels lovers, you can also get it on the Hot Wheels Circuit Legend series. You will get Hot Wheels Mazda 787B with white race number 18, the details are also quite good for Hot Wheels. You could say this is the best diecast from Hot Wheels for the level of detailing in the racing car version.

but it is indeed a big difference compared to Tomica Limited Vintage Neo, but if you really want to collect Mazda 787B collections and budget is minimal, Hot Wheels can be a solution. But if you really don’t care about the budget and are more concerned with the level of detail and good packaging, then the most appropriate choice for the scale of 64 falls on Neo Tomica Limited Vintage Mazda 787B Legend of Rotary Machines.

Porsche RWB 993 Rough Rhythm RSR by Tarmac Works

For Porsche lovers, especially the work of Akira Nakai RWB, it appears that the sightings of Tarmac works Porsche RWB can be seen with Martini livery. This livery had already been on the original RWB Porsche. And now it is applied in casting 64 scale Tarmac Works cars models.

The color is not white but grayscale looks pretty calm, so it’s nice to see. For the original version, RWB993 Rough Rhythm RSR was titled by RWB official and appeared at Osaka Auto Messe 2019 in February.

At first glance it seems that camouflage overfender style is not, still with a style that is identical to RWB when approached. The spoiler uses a model that has an air funnel that is intended for its aerodynamics. And it is very effective to increase the downforce in the rear sector.

The plan for the Porsche RWB993 Rough Rhythm RSR from Tarmac Works will be released in October, there will still be a time spent of 2 months to save before this item is completely released. What should you wait for what packaging will be like? Will it be like the RWB artos Porsche which is black? At that time the packaging was very cool and exclusive because of the plus gold-colored container.

You also need to know that it’s not just colored but until the shape is made exactly the same as the mini scale to the original version. Which is very prominent in the wheels and also on the spoilers that have airscoop. And don’t need to worry about using the iron for RWB 993 Rough Rhythm RSR Porsche.

How about your friend Diecast Lover’s not to miss this cool collection of Porsche RWB 993 Rough Rhythm RSR right? Give a reminder on your cellphone in October, and keep watching your subscription shop. Remember the release in October. This is a mandatory collection that you must have if you are a Porsche lover and the work of Akira Nakai RWB