Wrecked Toy Cars Made Good
If only it were true.... I have also made a reverse version of this video
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UVvBHilhHbo&feature=youtu.be for my other
channel - much funnier backwards please check it out
Please see my Skybusters playlist
Matchbox Superfast playlist
Matchbox Diecast 75 series Regular
Models of Yesteryear
Emergency Vehicle Die Cast
Diecast Sports Car
Wrecked Toy Car Scapyard
Diecast Collecting Price Check on ebay
NNL East 2011 Car Model Show
This is part one of the largest model show on the east coast. It happened
to be their 25th . Sorry for some double pic's. Windows movie maker was
giving me a real hard time. If anybody knows a editing tool other than
windows, please tell me.
'67 Mustang Model Car
This is my first model car that I've successfully attempted. Well...it
depends on what you mean successful. You can tell it's not perfect, but I
believe that I will get better over time. We learn through our mistakes.
Even I didn't want to correct the mistakes I've made because I can look at
the Mustang as an indicator
on what I need to improve on. It doesn't have all the parts, plenty of
fingerprints, and I messed up gluing the bumpers together (which I think is
the hardest part). Forget the shocks...those were too small to deal with.
It was pretty fun though, haven't attempted building my own model cars
since I was around 12-13 so it was a difference.
I have other model cars that are much larger and pre-built. I just want a
new hobby, that's all.
If you got any tips and tricks on building a model car, be sure to comment.
I'll eventually be building another model car, so I'm always looking for
advice on what I need to improve on.
Hope you enjoyed the video! Be sure to rate, comment, and subscribe. Peace.
Wrecked toy cars 1960 -1980 Scapyard Run
SEE my Cars at https://www.youtube.com/user/VintageDiecastCars
Old Toy Cars - Matchbox 1960 -1980 British Diecast Scapyard Run .
Matchbox is a popular toy brand which was introduced by Lesney Products in
1953 and is now owned by Mattel, Inc. The brand was so named as the
original die-cast Matchbox toys were sold in boxes similar in style and
size to those in which matches were sold. Subsequently the brand would
encompass a broad range of toys including larger scale die-cast models and
various non die-cast lines such as plastic model kits and action figures.
During the 1980s, Matchbox started to switch to the more conventional
plastic and cardboard "blister packs" that were used by other die cast toy
brands such as Hot Wheels. The box style packaging was re-introduced for
the collectors' market in recent years, particularly with the release of
the "35th Anniversary of Superfast" series in