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20100331

Tomica Limited Nissan GT-R

Tomica Limited
No. 0099
Nissan GT-R

IMO, it is one of the cheapest and most realistic
GT-R replica money can buy.
Don't agree with me?
See for yourself..

20100327

Maisto Playerz Mercedes-Benz SLR McLaren

Sorry for the short hiatus
as I was busy with assignments and tests recently.
Anyway, I bought this when I made a trip
to Australia to visit my girlfriend.
This can be found locally but most of them
are leftovers.

The Playerz series by Maisto, offers luxury diecast collection.
It also comes with a 'Playerz' collectable playing card.
Each car has chrome rims and rubber tyres as well
as pimped out interior.

Big ass chrome rims!Notice the chrome steering and LCD screen.
Rear speakers.

20100320

Tomica Limited Subaru Impreza Box Set

Tomica Limited
Subaru Impreza STI
box set.

20100318

Hot Wheels Lamborghini Reventon

This is the first colour variation
of the Lamborghini Reventon
in Speed Machines series.

The Speed Machines series features
more added detail to the car
as compared to a basic one
and with co-mold wheels.

Attention attracting colour isn't it?
I like it!

20100315

Hot Wheels Mazda Furai

The Furai meaning sound of the wind,
is the fifth and last of the Mazda Nagare line of concept cars
that have been made by Mazda since 2006.
The car bears the #55 number that of its 1991 24 Hours of Le Mans winning ancestor,
the 787B. Unlike many concept cars, the Furai is fully functional
and is currently being tested at various tracks.

Gotta love those curves. :)

20100312

Tomica Limited Nissan Fairlady Z

Tomica Limited
No. 0109
Nissan Fairlady Z
(or more commonly known as 370Z)

The 370Z is the sixth-generation of the
Nissan Z-car line, succeeding the 350Z.

20100310

Jada Lamborghini Murcielago Roadster

Got this last week from a friend.
I hesitated at first cause it was loose
but got it in the end.

V12 under the hood!
Chrome rims and rubber tyres.Interior, pretty much like the real one.I have no idea what series is it from,
I'm guessing it's from EURO-SPEC however
I've browsed through the website but to no avail.