Dcast's 1/64 collection

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Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Sat Sep 08, 2012 1:55 pm

- Tesla Model X, met. white, '17, Hotwheels.

- Pontiac Firebird (MacGyver's racecar in episode "Collision Course"), blue, '87, Greenlight

- Subaru WRX STi sedan, blue, '17, Majorette.

- Ford Transit Van, red, '86, Matchbox.

- Mazda MX-5 (ND), met. red, '15, Matchbox.

- Jeep Wrangler YJ, matte grey, '87 (MacGyver's Jeep), Greenlight.

- Tesla Model S, '14, blue, Hotwheels.

- Honda Civic CRX, '85, white, Hotwheels

- Nissan Skyline GT-R (R32) Gran Turismo, Hotwheels.

- VW Golf Mk7 GTI, black, '15, Majorette.

- Acura NSX, '90, red, Hotwheels.

- Mercedes-Benz A-klasse, '13, red, Majorette

- BMW M4 by Hotwheels.

- Aston-Martin V8 Vantage by Hotwheels.

- Renault Twingo Mk3 by Majorette, scale 1/54.

- Chevrolet Camaro Z28 '84 by AutoWorld.

- Opel Adam by Majorette.

- Back to the Future DeLorean, hover mode by Hotwheels.

- Honda Civic '90 by Hotwheels.

- Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am '93 by Autoworld.

- Mazda RX-7 by Hotwheels.

- Honda Civic EF '90 by Hotwheels.

- Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z '85, made by Hotwheels.

- KITT (two of them).

- GMC Panel Van, The A-Team Van. Made by Hothweels.

- Honda Insight '10. Made by Matchbox, scale 1/62.

- Toyota Prius '08, Matchbox.

- Opel Astra GTC '05. Made by Welly, scale 1/60.

- DeLorean DMC-12, the time machine from Back to the Future movies. Made by Hotwheels.

- Nissan GT-R '09, made by Hotwheels.

- Skoda Octavia II HB '08, made by Welly.

- Mazda 2 5-door HB '08, made by Matchbox, scale 1/59.

- Nissan Fairlady Z, made by Realtoy.

- Nissan 350Z, made by Matchbox, scale 1/61.

- Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 '07 (black & silver), made by Hotwheels.

- Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 '07 (Red & white), made by Hotwheels.

- Batmobile from the 60's tv-series (Lincoln Futura), made by Hotwheels.

- Chevy Camaro Concept (red), made by Hotwheels.

- Chevy Camaro Concept (black), made by Hotwheels.

- Mazda RX-8, silver, made by Realtoy, scale 1/58.

- Mazda RX-7 (3rd gen), blue, made by Motormax, scale 1/64.

- Mazda MX-5 (Miata), dark blue, made by Motormax, scale 1/64.

- Pontiac Firebird '99, black, made by Motormax, scale 1/64.

- Toyota Corolla sedan, about '00, blue, made by Motormax, scale 1/64.

- Nissan Micra K12 5-door, red, made by Majorette, scale 1/58.

From here the cars are my 80's toycars, hence the bad condition :P

- Pontiac Trans-Am 1982, black, made by Majorette, scale 1/62.

- Pontiac Trans-Am 2nd gen, white, made by Matchbox.

- Chevrolet Camaro Turbo (3rd gen), unknown manufacturer, all it says in the floorboard is Made in Hong Kong.

- Mazda RX-7 1982, made by Matchbox, scale 1/56.

- Ford Escort Mk3 XR3i Cabriolet, made by Matchbox, scale 1/56.

- Ford Sierra 2,3 Ghia 5-door, blue, made by Corgi.

- Ford Sierra XR4i, white, made by Matchbox, scale 1/58.

- BMW 323i Cabriolet, red, made by Matchbox, scale 1/58.

- Ford Transit Pickup, orange, made by Matchbox.

- Citroen CX, met. gold, made by Majorette, scale 1/60.

- Jeep Cherokee, white with "quadtrak" livery, made by Matchbox.

- Mercedes-Benz 350SL Cabriolet, met. light blue, made by Matchbox.

- Mercedes-Benz Ambulance, made by Norev Minijet, scale may be smaller than 1/64.

- Porsche 928, blue/grey, made by Matchbox.

- VW Golf Mk1 5-door, was originally black but painted it badly in white. Have also a trailer. Made by Majorette, scale 1/60.

- Kenworth truck (tractor), white, made by Matchbox.

- Kenworth Aerodyne long nose with boat trailer, orange, made by Matchbox.

- Kenworth long nose concrete truck, red, manufacturer unknown.

- Saviem truck, blue, manufacturer unknown.

- Saviem garbage truck, met. red (yellow cargo section), made by Matchbox.

- Mercury Cougar Villager Station Wagon, met. green, made by Matchbox. Rear hatch door missing.

- "Japan Airlines" bus, red/white, made by Majorette. Windscreen broken.

- Formula 1, unknown manufacturer, Made in Hong Kong.

- A complete wreckace which I think once was toycar about Mitsubishi Celeste or something :P

- Police helicopter, unknown manufacturer.
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by grinbergs » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:07 pm

That is a great 1:64 collection you got, i have said it before - but it is such a nice scale to be collecting. Mostly cheap, take no space and I think it appeals most to those of us who have some of that "inner child" who still really wants to play with toy cars... :lol: It'll be great to see the rest of the cars later. :)
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by 69Stang » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:09 pm

Wow, nice collection you have going, looking forward to more pics as you add.
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by Hawk » Sat Sep 08, 2012 2:25 pm

69Stang wrote:Wow, nice collection you have going, looking forward to more pics as you add.
I agree! You have not only a nice range of types of vehicles but brands also. I am also looking forward for more pics!

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by knez » Sun Sep 09, 2012 5:28 pm

Nice collection, i adore this old ones, i have some of them that have survived my destructive phase when i had 7 yrs. :lol:
OVERSTEER - is when you hit the fence with rear part
UNDERSTEER - is when you hit the fence with front part
HORSE POWER - is how fast you will hit the fence
TORQUE - is how far the fence will go with you

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Sun Sep 09, 2012 8:18 pm

Thanks for the comments :) Photos of the old 80's toycars may take some time as most of them are in my parents place. New ones are here with me so it's just a matter of free time and charged batteries in the camera to take them :D
It's nice that Hotwheels and probably others too (Matchbox, Majorette) are still doing older cars as well, for example that 3rd gen Camaro is like intended just for us 80's kids 8-)

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Post by dcast » Sat Oct 12, 2013 1:18 pm

Finally got done the missing photos & uploaded them in my 1/64 collection list.

Here's something for this "bump" message, a groupshot of my 1/64 movie & TV cars:
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KITT doing a skimode :P
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Fri Nov 07, 2014 10:21 pm

Added Hotwheels Honda Civic '90 in this scale as I have the Civic in 1/43 as well.
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by Hawk » Fri Nov 07, 2014 11:01 pm

Nice collection you have. Love the pic with KITT doing the ski-mode...:)

I like this color for the Honda compared to the first color which was red.

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by carcollector » Sat Nov 08, 2014 3:44 am

There you've a very nice collection that are the brands I collect too, can't wait to see more pics :D

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by grinbergs » Sat Nov 08, 2014 5:01 am

Civic makes a nice addition for you. :)

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by Tom » Sat Nov 08, 2014 5:55 am

Nice collection! I like the mix of everyday road cars, sports cars and movie-themed cars. This scale has so much value for money...

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Post by JSB33 » Sat Nov 08, 2014 8:41 am

Civic is the perfect car for you!
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Fri Sep 25, 2015 10:21 am

Have seen lately so many 64's on the forum that wanted to add something myself :) Here's a Hotwheels Mazda RX-7:
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Had to take comparison shots with my old RX-7 toy even it's slightly bigger scale:
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by grinbergs » Fri Sep 25, 2015 12:23 pm

Great looking RX-7. Wonder if Lars got this?

It is easy to get why this scale has its merits. Especially the HW "toy cars" are cheap as chips and very fun. But it is easy to get carried away... :D

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by DeadCanDanceR » Fri Sep 25, 2015 9:37 pm

I've just seen that nice Mazda at Walmart a few days ago. :)
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by Tom » Sat Sep 26, 2015 7:28 am

That looks really good!

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Post by Zeus » Tue Sep 29, 2015 4:43 pm

dcast wrote:Added Hotwheels Honda Civic '90 in this scale as I have the Civic in 1/43 as well.
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Still not seen one of these anywhere, love the casting 8-)
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Post by Zeus » Tue Sep 29, 2015 4:45 pm

dcast wrote:
Had to take comparison shots with my old RX-7 toy even it's slightly bigger scale:
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Nice comparison 8-)
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Tue Sep 29, 2015 8:13 pm

Thanks for the comments :)

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by dcast » Fri Oct 02, 2015 5:44 pm

Today's addition, Auto World 1993 Pontiac Firebird Trans-Am, the best 4th gen version in my opinion :) This is my first Autoworld model and I'm impressed, looks better than my older Motormax 4th gen Trans-Am.
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Here's comparison photo between the Autoworld and Motormax, altough the Motormax Trans-Am is a facelifted '99 version:
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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by Tom » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:13 am

Blue one is miles ahead in every respect.

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Re: Dcast's 1/64 collection

Post by scalainj » Sat Oct 03, 2015 5:37 am

Agreed. Far more model than toy
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