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Today we are in for a treat because not only is this a guide showing you how to make your next custom diecast creation turn, it is also a mini customiser spotlight as I will be proudly showcasing some of the work of the gentleman who has kindly provided the tips and tricks I will be sharing today.
With over 50 diecast customisers and 220+ drool inducing images this truly is the most epic Your Custom Hot Wheels episode we’ve ever produced! Enjoy the show and remember to wear a bib or something 🙂
First of all, and this is mainly a note to self but, it's NOT BELGIUM... I swear I thought it was until Bart aka @boostenboys sent me the details .... back in 2017!! Is it just me that thought it was IUM and not IAN? Anyone? Bueller? Yeaahhhhh OK Ummmm not sure how to...
Every few weeks (or month when I’m slack) I showcase the finest 1/64 scale customs I find around Facebook and Instagram, collating them all into one article so you can get your monthly fix of custom hot wheels and diecast car porn all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours
It’s that time again – a collective favourite of not just us (well, just me but shhhh) here at MCH but for all our readers – at least that’s what you guys keep telling me 🙂
That’s right, it’s time to shine the spotlight on one exceptional customizer in our ever growing community and an opportunity to not just ogle all the amazing creations but also to learn a little more about the customiser behind those afore mentioned creations.
OK so there’s no persons being consumed anywhere – in any shape of form. But how could I resist adding it to the title?! Besides, who doesn’t love the smell of alliteration in the morning?! :p
It has also just occurred to me that all three of these shiny purple customs are of European descent – and if you know your car brands will realise that in fact all three brands are owned by Volkswagen AG – which itself is majority owned by the Porsche family. So it seems that no matter how far you travel in these European automotive circles, you always end up back where you Stuttgarted 😉