In an interesting crossover of cars, toys, and scale vehicles, you can catch a glimpse of the new Land Rover Defender as a Lego model. As one of the most historically boxy cars out there, the Defender is particularly well-suited to a Lego-based tribute. Check out the full story here from Hagerty.
Calling all mini-truckers! M2 Machines will soon release a custom 1/64 scale chassis for trucks, offering a unique way for fans of small model trucks to build interesting creations in a smaller scale. Check out this and more on their website!
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 […]
HW Works, the folks bringing you CAD designed, 3D printed custom accessories for 1:64 model cars, are having a quick giveaway on Facebook for some accessories, like a ladder rack for a 1:64 Ford Raptor. Check it out and tag someone deserving!
Run, don’t walk, to Overland Park, just outside of Kansas City, from today until July 20th. Why? 100,000 Hot Wheels from a personal collection are about to go on sale. From mainlines to rare cars such as Leo Mattels, all the cars belonged to an unnamed collector in the Mo-Kan Hotwheelers group who passed away. […]
An hour North of Atlanta, just when the highways begin to resemble roads rather than a packed NASCAR starting grid, but before you reach the southern Appalachians, you’ll find an unexpectedly important part of NASCAR history. Dawsonville, the North Georgia suburb and one-time hub for moonshiners, is home to the Georgia Racing Hall of Fame, […]