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Tamiya ’98 Toyota Corolla WRC 1/24

In its long and illustrious career in the World Rally Championships, Toyota has mainly used the Celica as its flagship. In 1997, however, a rule change in the WRC presented Toyota with a chance to demonstrate its innovation. Permission was granted to equip the base of the Toyota's widely marketed production car with a turbo-charge and four-wheel drive system, as well as modify the engine without restriction. The more compact body of the Corolla was chosen for

Hasegawa 1/24 Porsche 962C OMRON

Porsche has created countless competitors over the years. However, the 962C remains one of the brand's best designs over thirty years after its original release. The 962C competed in 1989's All Japan Sports Prototype Car Endurance Championship, where it took on Fuji Speedway's ten taut turns and impressive 0.9 mile (1.5 km) long straights. Let’s very briefly examine the evidence. Here is a car that won Le Mans six times on the trot, a feat managed

1/25 Revell Bronco NEW!

For thirty years, the Ford Bronco was the top 2-door SUV available in America. It offered good off-road mobility and high engine power as well as more seating than traditional light trucks. Many models featured popular removable tops and hosts of equipment options. Overall, the mark was far from a record breaker in terms of sales, but it was popular with its market and advanced the technology of the SUV. 1966-1977 The original Bronco was an ORV

Revell 1/25 Ford Bronco

Check out the October New Releases! The wait is over… the classic Ford Bronco with new tooling is here. Ford Bronco - ALL NEW TOOLING! 1/25 scale • Level 5 • 85-4320 The original Ford Bronco was Ford’s first compact SUV vehicle.  The Bronco remained basically unchanged from 1966 to 1977, and has extended to 5 generations.  Based on a 92 in. wheelbase, the first Bronco was intended to be an off-road multi-purpose truck with 4WD. There were

1/24 Ebbro Citroen H Van

EBBRO models from Japan bring us a very singular Van full of history, the Citroën H Van in 1/24 scale. This vehicle fill the gap in Europe after the war, when Vans where urgently needed for daily works. The Kit release this month! so take a good look and compare with the Heller Citroën Fourgon Type H! The Citroën H Van, Type H, H-Type or HY is a panel van (light truck) produced by the French car

Tamiya Toyota Land Cruiser 80 VX Limited

One of the favorites is back, the Toyota Land Cruiser 80 VX Limited from Tamiya. Grabs yours before they are gone again! The Famed Land Cruiser's 1989 Incarnation Toyota's Land Cruiser is a name familiar to millions across the world. Delving back into its storied history, the 80 series was a rebooting of the range which took place in October 1989. It featured a bulked up body with a great deal more curves than Land Cruiser owners

Moebius Batman vs Superman Batmobile Transkit

The wait if over my Batfriends. We are pleased to announce the release of new multi media transkit set for the great Moebius Batman vs Superman Batmobile model kit from Green Strawberry. We gave a hint a couple of months ago that this kit was being developed by Lukas and Team over at Green Strawberry. Striving for the best quality and bang for the buck as we have seen on their transkits for Bandai Star

Revell ’91 Ford F-350 Duallie Pickup

This Ford pickup was designed for heavy hauling. It is instantly recognizable by its dual rear wheels and fiberglass extended rear fenders. Specifically, it was developed to handle 5th wheel trailers, where the trailer connection is in the center of the pickup bed. To pull large trailers, this F-350 is powered by a 7.5 liter V-8 engine, equipped with multi-port fuel injection. Released back in August, here's finally the '91 Ford F-350 Duallie Pickup 1/24 from

1/24 Hasegawa Honda N360

Conceptually similar to the Volkswagen® Beetle, the Honda N360 was a small, light passenger vehicle developed in Japan during the late sixties. It was powered by an air-cooled inline 2-cylinder engine small enough that the spare tire could fit in the hood space next to the engine block. In essence, the purpose of this rather boxy vehicle was to provide an affordable automobile for Japan's rapidly re-industrializing economy. Kit features decals for two types. Decal Options: Type

1/25 Fast & Furious™ Dominic’s 1970 Dodge Charger Plastic Model Kit

The 1970 Charger, one of the iconic Muscle cars, and last version of the 2nd generation charger, featured a large wraparound chrome bumper, and the grille was no longer divided in the middle.  Headlight with electric doors, replaced the old vacuum style.  This version on the movie have the  900hp Supercharged  Chrysler 426 Hemi V-8. Dominic Toretto's jet black Dodge Charger is the most iconic and lasting vehicle in the seven-film Fast & Furious franchise. It's

Miniart Personenwagen TYPE 170V Saloon

Mini-art its announcing a new version of his successful line of TYPE 170V saloon  Mercedes-Benz series,  the German military version of the Personenwagen. This vehicle was highly used as a staff car, even by the allies during and after the war. The kit include a German figure, new decals and a new sprue including the extra parts for the military version. They are many version of this car, and Mini-art include many paint options to choose!

1/25 Revell ’83 Oldsmobile Hurst

The relationship between Hurst Performance Products and Oldsmobile® goes back to 1968, when the first Hurst Oldsmobile® Cutlass™ was introduced. The fifth, and last, generation was offered in 1983 and 84. It was built on the rear-wheel drive G-Body of the Cutlass. In 1983, only 3,001 cars were produced and were available only in black with silver rocker panels. In '84, the colors were reversed, but otherwise the cars were identical. 2 months ago when we

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