Every few weeks 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…
Today however I took the easy option and after the initial response from a highly talented and super engaged group of customisers (go MCH members!) I realised this is the best way of collating these creations and I almost kicked myself for not taking this easy route earlier! Over 500 amazing customs from mild to wild were shared and broken into 4 video series – the first of which you can find here, the second of which you can find…. here , and the third part is the article you are about to peruse and thoroughly enjoy. Thoroughly OK! (none of this haphazard shit)
Enjoy the video, OH and tell me what you think of the new MCH branded intro? I reckon it’s pretty mint 😀 (But then I would say that)
*Remember to use the hashtag #MyCustomHotwheels for a chance to be featured – because once we have published all these amazing customs we will go back to the original method of finding custom using the MyCustomHotwheels hashtag on Instagram and by sharing your amazing builds from the My Custom Hotwheels Facebook Group
The Best 1:64 Scale Customs from Facebook – May Part 3
Once again I apologise for the lack of attribution – but once we go back to our regular programming of using Instagram and the #MyCustomHotwheels hashtag we will be able to appreciate all the custom goodness along with the creative owners of each. For now however just know that you can see the full list of owners by visiting the Facebook page/group and seeing the names of everyone who posted their amazing creations.
Thank you to everyone by the way – I might have inspired many of you to get started in this hobby but it is your ongoing creativity that now inspires me. #Respect
There are some absolutely awesome models displayed. Now wonder if it would be possible to show some how to articles with lots of photos and lists of materials on how some of these were accomplished.
A lot of very COOL CUSTOMS on here, I enjoy looking over them and getting ideas from custom creators. The DISGUSTING picture of the guy in the kitchen is very unprofessional and I hope you remove it and not allow junk like this ruin your website, I hope not to see anything like it again and although I`m only one viewer I will delete you from my mail.
Can you give me a lead on who made the Red Bull RS6 Avant? My friend has the exact same car and is interested in having one made.