A quick & easy guide showing you how to neatly and perfectly apply carbon fibre decals to various body panels on your next custom Hot Wheels – this guide will also work for sticker bomb sheets or any large sections of waterslide decal paper that you are trying to apply
Every few weeks (or months as it were) the team here at MCH showcase the finest 1/64 scale customs found on Instagram and Facebook, 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…
My latest creation, a ‘Manga Tuner’ inspired Cartoon custom of the now infamous (and stupidly expensive) RLC 55 Gasser aka ‘The Candy Striper’ came out rather well (even if I do say so myself).
Here’s the story of how I downloaded and played Candy Crush and got it all so very wrong (or did I get it oh so right? -insert twilight zone music- )
We in the Hot Wheels world call it spectraflame but in the real (automotive) world it goes by many different names. You can call it Spectraflame, Pearl, Candy, Kandy (with a K) or even 2Pac, it’s no Biggie. Today we’ll experiment with a range of spray paints to discover how to get the best spectraflame paintjob on your next custom Hot Wheels build
Shining the Light on Extraordinary Talent in the 1/64 Scale Custom Diecast Community… Today we spotlight the talents of one Muhamad Eko Setiawan
Welcome to another episode of Your Custom Hotwheels, the fortnightly feature post that isn’t about My Custom Hot Wheels, it’s about yours.
Today however is a little different as I wanted to pay homage to all the amazing customs I have seen since that utilise the deliciously dope and characteristically cute ‘Manga Tuner’ Casting which was introduced to the Hot Wheels mainline line-up earlier this year.