This Custom Volkswagen Kool Kombi started low and slow but in typical low rider style soon bounced, popped and locked it’s way to badass-ville.
Welcome to the 9th installment of My Your Custom Hotwheels – Episode 9, November 14th 2016. Every 2 weeks, month, couple of months!?! I showcase the finest customs I find around Facebook and Instagram, collating them all into one article so you can get your fix of custom hot wheels and diecast car-porn all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours *Remember to hashtag #MyCustomHotwheels for a chance to be...
Although I’ve been slack of late with regards to bringing you regular customiser spotlight and Your Custom Hotwheels posts, I am about to more than make up for things by sharing the work of a true master craftsman, one Guillo Briceno.
Make yourself comfortable because there are a lot of amazing builds from @Guillo_Customs for you to enjoy. More than meets the eye in fact 😉
I dont always come with Miss Piggy but when I do I Go With Moon. Watch as I wave goodbye to Miss Piggy and her elegant Chrysler Airflow and say hi to a ratted out custom hotrod. It’ll give you Moon Eyes
The Ultimate guide to raising the height of Hot Wheels Diecast Cars. From the simplest hack to fully adjustable working suspension this is the long and short of creating suspension in 1:64 scale