From mild to wild, here are 17 of my favourite custom Hot Wheels and 1/64 diecast creations. I start with my Top 3 and then just start rambling tbh…Come and enjoy the ride 🙂
This hellasweet post is also a How To Guide for Hot Wheels Decals as I will be sharing some tips on using clear vs. white backed decals and how to benefit from the best of both worlds. Now sit back and watch as we turn this Fair Lady into a K&N Sponsored Fat Girl in Uggs
Today we are making even more deep dish wheels for our Custom Hot Wheels and Diecast Cars, but today it’s Hellasweet Hellaquick, with a 5 minute process helping you get that stanced look faster than ever
It’s been a while since we checked out what life has been like on the diorama shelf and so I thought I would update you all on the comings and goings of diorama life, which might I add is looking hellasweet indeed.
Every 2nd week we highlight the work of one individual customiser and share their best custom diecast work for you to enjoy.
It’s time to shine a light on some extraordinary talent within the custom Hot Wheels community. It’s time for…
This two tone Nissan Skyline ‘Hako’ looks hella-vintage and surprisingly awesome with whitewalls.
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
Got Camber? Today we look at how to stance your diecast cars and hellaflush your Hotwheels. It’s time to talk negative camber and offset.
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.
Can’t find a Hotwheels Boulevard Series Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R for under a million dollars? Yeah me neither. I just made my own fake hakosuka. Fake-o-suka?