This two tone Nissan Skyline ‘Hako’ looks hella-vintage and surprisingly awesome with whitewalls.
The Custom 62 Chevy from Hot Wheels is a beautiful casting. Looks even better when you combine it with a Hotwheels Fast Bed Hauler.
One of my earliest customs, this Datsun 510 Wagon was given a set of colour coded Watanabe Wheels and dumped like she was yesterday’s trash
This custom 2 tone Nissan 180sx (or 240sx in the US) is sitting hellaflush on custom deep dish wheels and looking JDM as #&@ (yo)
Do you declare your allegiance to this great nation of stance? This Hellaflush Honda S2K sure does.
This Kool Kombi C3PO custom is how Hotwheels should have released the Star Wars C3PO in the first place. You’ll agree when you see this custom build 😉
This custom boneshaker hotrod was thrown together in less than 30 minutes – ironically because another boneshaker custom sat idling for too long…
This custom Volkswagen Caddy aka the Work Wheels Delivery Caddy was my entry into Friday Night Likes, an Instagram Custom Competition. I placed 3rd which is Hellasweet
My Tribute to Paul Walker, his Ford Escort and The Fast and Furious Franchise in 1:64 scale.
His eyes are orange, his tongue is black, he’s got purple prickles all over his back. Oh help, oh no. It’s a Gruffalo!… in custom Hotwheels form
All you want to do is ride around Silly, ride, Silly, ride…
And in this custom Mustang Fastback / Gasser’s case you would be doing that rather quickly.
One of my earlier customs, this TA22 was colored in with a permanent marker and turned out better than expected.
This custom Dairy Delivery Van and 69 Dodge Charger were given the General Lee treatment and earned me my first Lamley Customs Feature!
The Back to The Future Delorean was caught in hovermode today. Having some fun with the new Hotwheels BTTF Delorean Hover, with a little help from photoshop
My first attempt at interior mods saw me hack seats from another brand of car and then attempt to get them into the datsun 510 wagon, all without a dremel!
One of my favourite customs to date, this simple tampo and wheel swap was an instant success.
The look of raw die-cast is surprisingly sweet – and hey, it’s one less thing to have to do :p