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 😉
Welcome to Your Custom Hotwheels Episode 18 – Showcasing the best 1:64 scale custom builds from Instagram and Facebook so you can get your fix of custom Hot Wheels and diecast cars all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about yours
Showcasing the best custom builds from Facebook and Instagram so you can get your monthly fix of custom Hot Wheels and diecast model cars all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about Yours.
It’s customiser spotlight time but today we’re not just shining the spotlight on one talented customiser, we’re shining it on an entire country! Come take a closer look at the Thai Custom Model Festival. See the work of Masanong, TJ Garage and more. Over 100 images and 1000’s of custom diecast cars for your viewing pleasure.
Welcome to Your Custom Hotwheels Episode 16 – Showcasing the best custom builds from Instagram so you can get your monthly fix of custom Hot Wheels and diecast car art all in one place. This isn’t about My Custom Hotwheels, it’s about yours
I wasn’t sure whether to call this the Dairy Milk Delight or the Cocoa Kombi but decided to stick with the first one. That being said it is highly likely that at some stage through this article I will change my mind and decide to call it … something completely different again!
Video How To Guide showing you step by step how to precisely cut out and remove the bonnet or any body panel from a Hot Wheels 1:64 diecast car. A closer look at the tools needed to remove the bonnet and how to prepare for hinging it back on – which we cover next episode.
Today we see the battle between the diorama(s) owned by yours truly and another remarkable 1:64 scale world you might know as NCRVille.