News : Tomytec planning from March to June 2014

March 2014 :

Tomica Limited Vintage

LV-140a Isuzu Bellet 1800GT



LV-140b Isuzu Bellet 1800GTN


Tomica Limited Vintage NEO

LV-N90a Hino HE366 Tractor Head


LV-N48d Honda Civic SiR


LV-N65b Honda Civic VTi



Radio Days

LV-Ra08 Bluebird TBS Radio Car


LV-Ra09 Land Cruiser Nippon Cultural Broadcasting Topic Car


LV-Ra10 Skyline Nippon Broadcasting Nippon #1


April 2014

Tomica Limited Vintage

LV-108c Nissan Diesel SunGreat


Tomica Limited Vintage NEO

LV-N54c Nissan Skyline Van JAF Service Car


LV-N67b Nissan Skyline Van 1600GL


Mai 2014

Tomica Limited Vintage

LV-141a Prince Skyway Fire Department


LV-47c Prince Skyway


Tomica Limited Vintage NEO

LV-N92a Nissan Fairlady 260Z Student Automobile Association


Tomica Limited Vintage 10th Anniversary

Nissan IDx Freeflow


Seibu Keisatsu

#11 Nissan Fairlady Z 2by2


June 2014

Tomica Limited Vintage

LV-142a Toyota Corolla 1100 Patrol Car


LV-142b Toyota Corolla 110 JAF Service Car


Tomica Limited Vintage NEO

LV-N91 a BMW 318i 2door


LV-N91b BMW 318i 2door


Crazy Ken’s Car Club

LV-CKB01 Bellett 1600GT Clubman Racer


Tomica Limited Vintage 10th Anniversary

Nissan IDx Nismo


Seibu Keisatsu

#12 Hiroshima Electric Railways Momiji-go



News : Tomytec 1/64 Nissan IDx update

AmiAmi published new pictures of the Tomytec IDx Freeflow and IDx Nismo, as well as new informations.


The two cars will be released later this year to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Tomica Limited Vintage line. Strangely, the Tokyo Motor Show 2013 Concept cars 1/64 scale replicas will be part of the TLV Neo line, and crush all dreams of Tomytec launching a new modern cars line.

The IDx Freeflow will be released in May 2014 for 2300 yen.


The IDx Nismo will follow in June for 2500 yen.


Both cars feature now a detailed interior, as it was expected from Tomytec.

Gallery : Kyosho 1/64 Ferrari 9 Neo

Pictures of all the models (including the Karuwaza exclusive and the Secret car) except the blue F12 Berlinetta.

News : 1/64 Tomytec Nissan IDx to be released in 2014

According to a message on Amiblo, Tomytec is planning to release the IDx Freeflow and IDx Nismo in June 2014.


The 1/64 prototype by Tomytec on display during the Tokyo Motor Show 2013, along the 1/43 version by Ebbro and the 1/10 RC version by ABC Hobby, was (at the time) not scheduled for commercialization. The number of preorders of the 1/43 Ebbro may have convinced the Tomica Limited Vintage maker to give contemporary cars a try.


We do not yet know if the cars will be released individually or in a two car set. Nor do we know if it will be a Nissan dealer exclusive or a one-shot not related to the Tomica Limited Vintage line. Or perhaps the first model of a new line? The last possibility would have a huge impact on the high-end 1/64 scale market and would give Kyosho/Circle K some serious competition.

Here are some pictures taken at the Tokyo Motor Show 2013.

Gallery : Kyosho 1/64 LaFerrari 10th Anniversary and Calsonic Impul GT-R 2012

These three Karuwaza exclusives are a demonstration of what Kyosho is able to do at 1/64 scale.

The LaFerrari set is a special edition celebrating 10 years of partnership between Circle K SunKus and Kyosho. The set contains two LaFerrari in Metalic Red and Matte Black. They are identical to the Ferrari 9 edition except for the red seats and painted mirrors.

The Calsonic GT-R #12 2012 is limited to 1008 pieces. As a bonus, I added pictures of the Calsonic GT-R #12 2002 from the Beads series released in 2005.

Releases : Kyosho 1/64 in February 2014

Schedule for Kyosho releases in February 2014 (updated January 14th)

February 4th : Ferrari 9 Neo Minicar Collection (Circle K / SunKus / Karuwaza exclusive)

24 models (8 cars, 3 different colors each) and 1 Secret version (not yet revealed).

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February 4th : Ferrari 458 Italia GT2 – Matte White (Karuwaza exclusive)

Special color, only available for preorder online (sold out).



Gallery : Kyosho 1/64 Ferrari 9 Collection

Pictures of the 24 models (not assembled). All Ferrari 1/64 scale by Kyosho are actually semi-assembly kits. It’s a little trick to circumvent the fact that Mattel owns the exclusive license to make diecast Ferrari models.