We’ve worked with our friends and partners at The Hamilton Collection and the Shelby American Collection to help bring you a new 1:18th scale model commemorating the first Shelby Cobra, limited to just 600 pieces and available only from The Hamilton Collection. Check it out here and get yours now!
A Guest Blog from Patrick Wehr, owner of Pat’s Modellauto and carcollectorsgarage.com, hosted by our friends at hobbyDB. Though looking to the untrained eye like so many other 30’s creations, the Citroën Traction Avant represented a new wave in mass-produced automobiles, a radical move for a then still-young manufacturer on the verge of bankruptcy. This seemingly […]
A Guest Blog from Patrick Wehr, owner of Pat’s Modellauto and carcollectorsgarage.com, hosted by our friends at hobbyDB. The Citroën DS19 was the successor of the Traction Avant and was first presented at the Paris Motor Show on October 5, 1955. During the first 15 minutes of the Motor Show, 743 orders for the futuristic […]
Fireball Tim’s all-new MUSTANG Coloring Book is 20 pages of outrageously awesome MUSTANGS to Color. From the 1964 Pony Car and modern-day Muscle, to Movie Mustangs and crazy Fireball designs, this book will ignite the passion of the Mustang in all kids and Hot Wheels Enthusiasts! Get all of Fireball’s Coloring Books on Amazon […]
If you like tinkering, if you like to build and create, then we got something new for you. M2 Machines is excited to announce our 1:64 scale Model Kits release 18. The release features 4 newly dresses castings and 1 chase piece all broken down and ready for personalized assembly. The set should be making […]
Guest Post from Andy Goodman Andy organizes car and collector events, collects Hot Wheels, Funko, Jada, M2 and more, works for M2 Machines and has consulted for many other toy companies. He is also one of our Inductees (Model Historian in 2014) and has organized a number of the Annual Ceremonies for the Hall. Here […]
Think about what brings you to the hobby. Maybe you saw a particular model that you loved, maybe you collect models close to the car you own or used to own. What if your job, your hobby, and even your daily driver became a cohesive, extensive catalogue of your favorite brand? Our newest selection committee […]
John Ragsdale, 63, passed away in Ennis, Texas on Thursday, March 28, 2019. John ran the DFW Toy and Diecast Fair for the last 15 years along with his brother George. in 2013, he was honored by the North Texas Diecast Collectors Club for “Outstanding Performance”. John was Inducted into the then Diecast Hall of […]