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Recent Posts by Mason Bloom

REVIEW: TopSpeed Aston Martin Vanquish Zagato Shooting Brake

It’s no secret that resin cars are flooding the scale model market with successful entries from model manufacturers like BBR, MR, and TopSpeed. Resin has gained popularity for several reasons that are important to those of us who like to display our collection. The primary benefit of a resin model car is that they display better compared to traditional diecast Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Welly Porsche 918

Welly is a great go-to budget 1:18 diecast manufacturer for many, myself included. For good reason, of course. Reasonably priced models and solid price-quality have made Welly an undeniable success in the diecast world. My trust in Welly was cemented through the purchases of a Bentley Continental Supersports and Pagani Huayra from their higher-end subsidy, GTautos, so Welly was my Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Minichamps Porsche 956K

I am a traditional diecast collector. I rarely prefer resin, composite, or sealed models. Just metal cars with opening parts. That’s my cup of tea, or at least it would be if I actually drank tea. Given this, it shouldn’t be a surprise that all my entire collection – minus one composite AUTOart Aston Martin Vulcan – is all metal and Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Minichamps Porsche 911 GT3 Touring

Minichamps makes stellar German diecast reproductions. I’ve been a fan of German cars for most of my life. So, it’s not surprising that the Minichamps 1:18 Porsche 911 GT3 Touring was at the top of my wish list. Covered in baby blue with silver GT3 rims, it’s hard to not gawk at it. While Minichamps also offers this in yellow Continue Reading...
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