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Friday, September 30, 2016
This is a new Hot Wheels car.
I suppose there are times when it would be helpful to have a car.
Even for someone who can fly.
Going shopping I suppose....
Thursday, September 29, 2016
One of several new Batmobiles.
Made in Malaysia.
I think an SUV is not a bad vehicle for Batman.
He uses a lot of gadgets and this would give him space for them.
It also might help Batman when it snows in Gotham City.
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
For some reason, Hot Wheels felt compelled to make two Wonder Woman cars.
This one is interesting, but I liked the other one better.
The logo is good, I think.
Wonder Woman cars and Batmobile.
Tuesday, September 27, 2016
Wonder Woman Car
Wonder Woman mobile.
Hot Wheels makes a lot of different super hero themed cars.
Some of these super hero vehicles are regular cars that have had their markings changed.
This is actually a very nice little car.
Scales nicely with the Batmobile.
I liked these so nice, I bought two of them.
Monday, September 26, 2016
This vehicle is for Killer Croc.
He is one of the enemies of the Batman.
This car is from the Joker.
The roof is similar to the hat worn by the Joker.
Batman has some unusual foes.
Sunday, September 25, 2016
Hot Wheels Batman friends and foes vehicles.
Vehicles for super heroes and super villains.
A neat little set of vehicles.
Joker and Batman dragsters.
Mr. Freeze mobile.
I think this would be a great sci fi vehicle.
Mr. Freeze needs a special cold environment.
Wheels are like ice!
Compared with the Batmobile.
Labels: #hotwheels, Batman
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Amusement Park Cars
Hot Wheels make an amusement park ride car.
It comes in two versions, one of them has two passengers with their arms up.
I got several of them so I could make an amusement park.
Here you can see both versions.
A close up of arms up.
Some of the arms up are mismolded.
They clip together to form little trains.
Here are a few linked together.
Friday, September 23, 2016
My workspace has been the site of a number of small projects.
A couple 100mm Soviet anti-tank guns. I mix two part epoxy on a bit of aluminum foil with a pointy toothpick.
I am also working on a gasoline station from Plasticville.
It will become part of my US Army Base project. Batmobiles not included.
Labels: Plasticville, Roco Minitanks
Thursday, September 22, 2016
The Imperial Japanese Army purchased three Panzer III tanks in WWII.
Due to shipping difficulties, they were never sent to Japan.
I am putting these three together to paint as Japanese.
These were from the junk pile.
I had to round up some bits to make them complete.
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Labels: WWII Japan
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