Lots of news in this month of June from Tomytec : a new line, the first BMW coming to Tomica Limited Vintage and the first 1/64 scale Tram-car !
After the Freeflow version last month, it’s time to take a look at the Nissan IDx again, in it’s Nismo edition.
The box is similar to the IDx Freeflow, with layout and colors matching the car.
The mirrors are included in a plastic bag.
Again, this car has great detail and accuracy. This 1/64 scale model looks even better than the 1/43 scale by Ebbro.
For the first time ever Tomytec has made a BMW car and is absolutely flawless. The LV-N91 BMW 328i from 1982 in red or blue is fantastic!
More Tomica Limited Vintage with the LV-142 Toyota Corolla 1100 Sedan 1967 in two versions : police car or JAF service car.
New TLV line debut with the Crazy Ken’s Car Club. Similar to the Mr. K Selection, the models featured in this line are chosen in collaboration with a celebrity from the Japanese automobile world.
Crazy Ken (Ken Yokoyama), founder of a famous music band, is one of the most famous collectors of vintage cars. He owned and raced an Isuzu Bellet 1600 from 1969. This car is now available in 1/64 scale thanks to Tomytec.
Not only did the Seibu Keisatsu producers enjoy crashing cars, they also liked to destroy all kind of vehicles. In 1982 they blew up a complete “Momiji” Tram-car for an episode (video).
Being true 1/64 scale, this Hiroshima Electric Railway 750 Momiji Tram-car is huge and extremely detailed, outside and inside. A big base ressembling a rail track is included.