Greenlight 1/64 – 1970 Pontiac GTO

There is just somhe Americana that has to make it into the Garage. The Oldsmobile 442 is one of them, as is the Firebird and 2nd and 3rd generation Camaro’s. Greenlight really do produce some crackers and this is no exception to the list. I have mused before, the detail is fantastic. Simply fantastic. Wh,…

Greenlight 1/64 -2011 Ford Shelby GT500

This is another example of where Mattel just nuke a casting to death, when all you really need is one decent one. From the Greenlight stable comes this version of the Shelby GT500. Whilst this is a decent casting, I am once again not fully convinced with the wheels for this car, but then again it seems…

A tale of two Dodge’s

So I looked at the HW Dodge Challenger the other day which I thought was a good model, but with room for improvement as always with a HW model. I wanted to look at the Mattel products side by side to see which one is better – and I think that the evidence is conclusive.…

Greenlight 1/64: Dodge Challenger SRT-8 (Breaking Bad)

Breaking Bad was a series of excellence with a gripping storyline. I basically watched it back to back over 2-3 months and very little else. I am also trying to do the same with The Walking Dead as well, but six series in it is proving hard going. Anyway, one of the cars to feature…

Greenlight makes an entrance.

 I have a funny love affair with Americana. I am not a huge fan of things from the US by an means – bold, brash and OTT – it just doesn’t have the British reserve or class. But there are a few things I am fond of. One of them being 70s Americana – where…

Greenlight 1/64 v TLV 1/64 Face Off

I have to admit that when I first took the Greenlight models out of the packaging, the cars looked a little large. But up against a TLV model they are true 1/64 – which fits into my criteria perfectly now that the scales have changed. There is nothing really to choose one over the other…