Kyosho NISMO 400R (1/64)

Ok, I don’t get Kyosho 1/64 as a rule, as I just do not believe the quality is all that, but sometimes, you just have to do what you need to do. I am not sure if Tomica will ever re-create the Nismo 400R, and from what I understand getting hold of the Kyosho model…

Tomica Series – No.78 SUBARU LEVORG

The Levorg is what was known as the Legacy. I always thought that this was a kind of Q-Car in that it offered great performance and practicality for not that much wonga. I do like this model – we have some very nice detail going on at the front and the back, and better still…

Matchbox: MB8 – Volvo V60 Polestar (2016)

As a rule now, I no longer collect Matchbox. If you look at the line ups for this year, it is loaded – mostly – full of generic tut. Compare this with 2008 line up with a richness of proper cars. Of course, there is a lot of noise claiming that Matchbox is back. I…

Tomica Series – KR1 – Hyundai Sonata

I have to say that I do like domestic diecast – ironically, this Korean only model was grabbed in Singapore last year. Not a big amount of detailing on this model, but where I think it excels is the fact that this is a bog standard saloon that is relevant for the Korean market. You…

Triumph-ant from the grave

Fascinating yet a tad sad as well – surely some of these are worth saving? I spotted some old cars from the side of the road.and spotted a house behind.so I parked my car up and wandered up the drive to speak to the owner.we got chatting and I asked if he minded me taking…

Tomica Series – No.86 TOYOTA 86

The only thing wrong with the real GT86 are the standard wheels. They look a little pony. You can get a set of OZ’s on which make the car look a lot better: For the purposes of this casting, the race wheels do a good job. For a standard Tomica, this does very well –…