The Jurassic Park funny car is for my boy, he is turning 7 in a couple weeks and hardcore into the Dinos! The Nova is for me cause I had that one before and gave it to a friend. The Lowriders I got since they were cheap so they are up for B/S/T to be determined later. I once had all the the Old School Jada and Revell …
Got off work a little early Friday and caught the last hour or so of the Friday meet-up. Cleaned up nicely! Got all this for around $60 cash!
More loose JL I dusted off today. Like many of the GM casts I posted earlier, these are mostly from multicar boxsets that are VHTF.
Some Fords and some Germans and Brits!
I have been dusting and rearranging my display room, thought I would snap a pic of my loose JL from the GM family. Not pictured are my GM loosies that are in my junkyard setup, that will come later.
A couple weeks ago I received a message from The Bell King saying that I needed to get off my lazy butt and check my mailbox. Inside was a surprise package from him and PlasticPrints that held what you see above! The Gremlin is from TBK and the Elky from PP. These guys are the best, can’t thank them enough for all…
My best good bud Bob rolled by this morning to hook a brother up with these beauties!!! Only cost me $20 cash and an old JL cast of the Wacky Races Dick Dastardly car. Thanks Bob!!!
The Chevy 396 was a popular option in the later 1960's but in ‘64 it was only available in the larger sized cars in the Chevy lineup like the Impala, no love for the mid or smaller Chevelles or Novas. But in 1965, that changed a little bit when Chevy decided to put 200/201 of these bad boys into that years Chevelle.…
This is a Jada 1/24-25? scale, who knows with them. It hails from their For Sale series and is a fairly decent cast, a little too tall if you ask me. Here is a better pic with the flash on.
Had to have this as a SW fanboy! The updated version of Star Tours is way better than when I went last time 22 years ago.