If you are a super fan of Land Rover, then this is the one collectible you should not miss. What you see here is a re-creation of the Matchbox toy from 1966 of the Land Rover Gen II.
Back in the 80s, Italian fashion house Gucci had lent its name to the Cadillac Seville to result in what was known as Seville by Gucci. As you can imagine, it won’t be easy to find one in good condition today and even if you did, it will probably cost a pretty penny.
Here’s another officially licensed Evangelion Racing toy car following the Jam Corp model we saw in August. This time, it is Takara Tomy’s Tomica turn to put the EVA racing colors on its die-cast car.
In the DC Multiverse, there exist many Batmen and for the most part, they are evil. In the DC Comics miniseries Dark Nights: Death Metal, these Batmen converged onto Earth-1 and literally make it a living hell. Among these Batmen, some weren’t quite human.
If you haven’t already heard, Evangelion has its own motorsport team that has the Audi R8 LMS GT4 race car joining the team just last year. You can have a piece of it (the racing team), thanks to Japanese toymaker Jam Corp.’s new FUNBOO line of miniature toy cars.
Mattel is making this year’s San Diego Comic-Con 2021 aka [email protected] (July 23-25, 2021) a little extra special with a campaign called “12 Days of Fandom”.
You read that right. Hot Wheels, the Mattel brand best known for die-cast toy cars, has building sets too – released in conjunction with the other Mattel-owned Mega Construx – the same brand responsible for the almost-too-cool Castle Grayskull building set.
Petrol heads who also love LEGO may want to take note of some new LEGO Speed Champions sets that has recently come onto the market. The new LEGO Speed Champions sets include Chevrolet Corvette C8.R Race Car and 1968 Chevrolet Corvette, Ford GT Heritage Edition and Bronco R, Koenigsegg Jesko, Mopar Dodge SRT//Top Fuel Dragster …
Well, what do you know? Playmobil is having a blast with officially licensed products. In addition to Back to the Future, Scooby-Doo and more recently, A-Team, it now has got the world’s famous fictional international man of mystery covered.
80s have given birth to a number iconic vehicles. From K.I.T.T. from Knight Rider to Mystery Machine Van from Scooby-Doo to Bell 222 in Airwolf. While most of them has gotten some love from toy makers, the GMC Vandura as seen in 80s action series A-Team hasn’t. But that changes with the Playmobil 70750 The …