Again Nuclear Mindz Design has knocked it out of the park…the best EVER TTP custom/chase is landing this weekend, June 4-5, 2022. This time we are offering them ALL in one weekend, instead of 2, so less wait, and MORE EXCITEMENT for 2 days! There will only be 50 regular versions (red) at $70, and […]
The racing world lost a legend today with the passing of Bob Bondurant. Bondurant rose to fandom in a golden age of racing during the 1960s, competing in races such as the 24 hours racing series of LeMans and Daytona, Formula One and many more en route to induction into the Motorsports Hall of Fame […]
The first-ever Corvette rolled off Chevrolet’s Flint, Michigan, assembly line on this day (June 30) in 1953. The Little White Corvette was a sleek roadster with red interior and was limited to just 300 produced. In the decades since, the Corvette has asserted its dominance not just in the automotive industry, but in the world […]
hobbyDB friend, and member of both the hDB Advisory Council and Volunteer Squad, Steve Engeman takes time to share with us some thoughts, history and tips for dealing with the age-old diecast issue of “warping.” The early plastic promos were typically made of acetate plastic that warps. More specifically, it shrinks with age. This warp […]
The history of Hot Wheels is inextricably linked to Chevrolet, as deep-pocketed super collectors like Bruce Pascal can tell you. Hot Wheels® might be the best-selling toy brand of all time, with a total production of more than 6 billion cars since the brand’s founding in 1968. That doesn’t just amount to 16.5 tiny cars […]
Chevrolet dropped a new design on the car world last week, the 8th generation Corvette, also known as the C8. It’s the first mid-engined Vette ever, and a darn handsome car. And if the pricing information is accurate, it’s a bargain starting just under $60,000. We’ve never seen anything like it. No really, we didn’t […]
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