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Kyosho Honda NSX Custom LB Works – Yellow

More tuner news comes from Kyosho.  The team unveils their version of the 1:18 Honda NSX Custom LB Works in Yellow.  This one is static, no access to any internal bits.  Only 500 will be produced with a suggested retail of $159.95 US.  Is it us or has the scale market been saturated with tuner cars?  Initially, the idea was Continue Reading...
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Kyosho | Samurai Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary

Do we need another GT-R is scale?  Maybe.  Kyosho is celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Nissan GT-R with the officical1:18 scale Nissan GT-R 50th Anniversary car.  This one comes from their Samurai series and is limited to only 700 pieces.  Suggested retail $174 US.  Look for this one on stores shelves sometime in August. Product# TBD...
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Kyosho | Samurai Honda Civic Type R Mugen RR

News from Kyosho is a new addition to their Samurai Collection, one that is limited to only 700 pieces worldwide.  The model is the 1:18 Honda Civic Type R Mugen RR in Red.  Nice to see perforated grilles and other above average detail for sealed type models.  This one will set you back about $174 US.  Street date is July Continue Reading...
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Kyosho New Releases: June – August 2019

The once almighty Kyosho pales in comparison to their former self.  Once considered a pinnacle staple in scale is now a shadow of that former glory.   There is some light, though that flame burns very low.  The team has some newness or should we say more re-releases for June, July and August.  If you missed something here’s an opportunity Continue Reading...
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Kyosho New Releases

Four new models are on tap from Kyosho.  It seems we have a mix of Samurai and GT Spirit collaborations.  All model presented here are 1:18 scale and feature sealed-body design in resin.  Truly a shame.  The feature replicas find the Dome-Zero.  A next concept car.  The remaining three include Honda Civic Mugen RR, Lamborghini Diablo SVR and uber cool Continue Reading...
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REVIEW: Kyosho Lamborghini Miura P400S

Words and photos courtesy of   Back in 1969, the Lamborghini Miura S was introduced, the S stood for Spinto in this case, and the improved Miura came with the brand new Pirelli Cinturato Series 70 tires, but the most important change over the very first models was the use of heavier-gauge steel on the chassis.  Starting with Miura Continue Reading...
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