July’s order

I will be getting to these in a bit, but time is being taken up with other things at the moment. You can notice the difference on the R35 between this one and the older one. Musings to follow. #july #diecast order from #japan via #japanbooster. will be #musing about them shortly via keefydblog.wordpress.com #jdm…

Tomica Series – No.20 Honda N BOX

The Honda N-Box is a kei car produced by Honda for the Japanese market. Together with the Honda N-One, it is part of a renewed lineup of Kei class city cars. The use of the letter “N” in the name was previously used by Honda for the late 1960s and 1970s Honda N360. Gotta love these boxy JDM’s. They typify the quirkyness of…

Tomica Honda Racing Transporter (TRU Exclusive)

Continuing the series of racing transporters from TRU Singapore. Not that I am going to sell them at any real stage, but they can command a fair price on ebay. Again, nothing very special apart from the livery, but as I have mentioned before, unique casting means it makes an entry to the Garage.

Tomica Toys R Us Honda CR-Z Sports & Eco Program #5

I never thought about this long and hard, but the standard wheels on these Tomica models reminds me of the wheels some Lesney models used to wear – MB62 Renault 17TL is a good example: And madly enough this Tomica exclusive by TRU Asia just has that manner of resemblance to it. Again, I paid…

Tomica Series – No.98 Honda S660

Years ago, the Mrs had a chance to get a S2000 as a company car. She ended up with a Golf instead – more practical. It would have been a terrific car to have for a short period of time, but methinks it would have been very high maintenance. But what an engine! This is…

Tomica Series – No.81 – Honda N-ONE

I really used to like the Honda N360, mainly because I just didn’t get it as a car. The modern interpretation is the N-One and re-created here by Tomica. Nice model, but it is a shame that the rear lights are not given any treatment. At least it gets an opening boot (which is something…