From all of us here at … Oh wait. It’s just me, OK so from all of me (see that just sounds weird!) I wanted to wish you and yours a safe and happy Christmas and New Year. And in keeping with the Christmas spirit I wroted you a poem 🙂 I actually baked you a cookie too but I ated it 🙁
The Angry Birds Minion Pigs are mischievous and hard working. Today they are also exceedingly fast and sound angrier than the birds!
This two tone Nissan Skyline ‘Hako’ looks hella-vintage and surprisingly awesome with whitewalls.
Life on the diorama shelf is busier than ever with Harleys, Hotrods and Hot wheels a plenty. Let’s have a Snoop…
The Custom 62 Chevy from Hot Wheels is a beautiful casting. Looks even better when you combine it with a Hotwheels Fast Bed Hauler.
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.
Today we will be looking at how to lower a hot wheels or diecast car. We will look at a couple of methods which will leave you with a rolling hotwheels car.
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.
Take a video walk-through my Hotwheels Collection and visit a world in 1:64 scale. An assortment of diecast cars, dioramas, and dust. Lots of dust.
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?