This post may contain a grey ND-RF with a ton of vinyl stuck on the sides….
A quick post about some new Hot Wheels.
Dang… where to start… The sheer awesomnity of the stuff in this post has me speechless. I’m gonna let the photos do most of the talking. A bit about Moe: He and I are instagram buddies. Moe makes fantastic Hot Wheels customs and I’ve purchased a few. His work is excellent. I’d go out on […]
The finest group of Hot Wheels I’ve seen this year. If you’re into 1:64 scale stuff, you should not miss this set.
I have a confession to make. I’ve not played with a Hot Wheels car since I was in the single digit age range. After childhood, I just never went back to them. And, to be perfectly honest, they were never my favorite toys. That slot was reserved for my beloved Transformers.
But I think that’s because my childhood Hot Wheels never looked like THIS!
The Stormtrooper ditches the factory wagon-wheels in favor of a set belonging to a long lost older brother.
This blog post has been a long time coming. A long time. As long as I’ve been rebuilding my car since The Bonk. See, after I decided to rebuild Sharka, I started looking around for a new set of wheels. That was last November. I found these unique RP-F1s in June. I paid for them around the beginning of July. And now they are MINE.
I added LED light strings to my Hot Wheels cases. And then I took photos of all my tiny cars.
Beware – insanity lurks inside.
I dabble in custom Hot Wheels a bit. I like to do a wheel swap here and there. I scour the bins for Super Treasure Hunts once in a while. But this? The subject of this post? It’s in a whole different league.
My collection of 1:64 originals from Jun Imai has grown. Much fanboy gushing lurks inside.