Thursday, December 29, 2011

The Bugatti Veyron...

We ALL know what kind of car the Bugatti Veyron is.. First impression is definitely the grandness of it. I mean, where can you stumble upon a car that is worth 1.2 - 1.7 million POUNDS? That is huge money. Well, the Bugatti company decided to break the laws of physics and technology and decided to whip up a car called the Bugatti Veyron. Years of development, finally the Veyron can be seen on roads today. The only place you can spot a Veyron easily is perhaps Dubai. Or maybe London.

Today, i'm proud to present to you, the Hotwheels Bugatti Veyron. Matte blue with black rims with a chrome silver lining. Honestly, it may not be a very accurate casting, but i really like it. Reasons is because .. IT'S A DAMN BUGATTI VEYRON! Besides Autoart (which makes really insanely epic diecast), all i can afford for now is a Hotwheels Veyron. Rm6.50 that time only mahhh =)

The front is a bit disappointing because i believe that the front headlamps should be placed higher. The grill should positioned lower as well.



The rims with chrome stripes... i might swap it with co-mold wheels, perhaps it'll look much better.
The back however is pretty good! I especially love those HUGE panels that houses the tyres. I also like how Mattel has painted the spoiler.
The Engine.. well, plastic but it's all good.

The W16 layout engine.. 16 cylinders. You don't get that much in normal cars. With a price tag of 1.7 million pounds, it BETTER be fast.


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When night falls, it unleashes it's 1001HP ... trying to reach that Veyron benchmark speed : 407km/h

Overall rating : 7/10 (Main appeal to me is the matte blue paint)

Thursday, December 15, 2011

Ferrari 288 GTO (Phil's Garage)


The Ferrari 288 GTO is one of the best looking Ferrari out there. Flat, wide, low, and aggressive. A true supercar.

For this particular diecast.. it looks ABSOLUTELY BEAUTIFUL! I guess the main appeal that i actually bought this is because of the rims. It looks so good! Try to observe the mini fog lights just below the pop up lights. Insane details.


However, the back tampo wasn't exactly printed correctly so i was kinda upset. But the rims kept me satisfied. The base of the car is metal so the whole thing is kinda heavy. Not forgetting the rubber wheels! This is my first uncarded car with rubber wheels.



I love this 288 GTO's side profile. It's so damn photogenic! The yellow 288 GTO i bought from many moons ago.I also bought the black 288 GTO. Looks stunning as well!


The metal base. So much better than plastic base. The whole diecast is really heavy!


Look at the rims!! Fantastic! Most importantly, shiny.Overall, this is actually a pretty heavy diecast which is very appealing to us collectors because it feels solid and worth the price. More metal, the better.

So if you collectors out there wanna get this, i highly recommend you get it. I'm lucky i was able to still get this masterpiece.

10/10 (I can't find anything to fault this diecast)

Sunday, December 11, 2011

Just a little teaser..


They look BEAUTIFUL in real life. Get one if you can find one.

Friday, December 9, 2011

Phil's Garage 288 GTO

Look what arrived in the mail this morning!
Want me to do a review of these? I think i should. Coming soon.

Friday, December 2, 2011

Custom Evo X

^First mod : painted lights

Simple modifications really, just a carbon fibre roof and painted taillights! Enjoy!

(Now all i need is to learn how to wheel swap)