Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Tuesday, October 28, 2008
Thursday, October 23, 2008
The die-cast Britain’s No.BTN90 Land Rover Defender and Beaufort Double Horse Box Trailer, it was produced in England approximately in 1984. Horse Box Trailer was produced in the same England in 1979. The length is 12 cm. the horse box trailer is 14.3 cm.
The die-cast Land Rover is deep red, creamy roof, black interior, metallic steering wheel, complete with a driver who was painted by hand, removable tire; the underneath is metal including metallic pulling hook.
The real car of Defender was a model of the development from Land Rover Series III by improving it to be modernized, especially the system of the understructure and engine. It was assemble in 1983 up to the present time.
The underneath of the Horse Box Trailer is white metal. The body is deep red. It has 4 wheels, metallic wheel cover and a spare wheel attached to the side of the car. Inside the room could be divided to contain two horses. The doors in front and at the back are deep tan color. The doors could be collapsible as a gangway for the horse to enter the compartment.
Sunday, October 19, 2008
Revolver was released before the Beatles' last tour in August 1966, but they did not perform songs from the album live. Their reasoning for this was that many of the tracks on the album, for example "Tomorrow Never Knows", were too complex to perform with live instruments.
The Beatles Revolver Album Cover Die-cast Collectable - London Taxi
Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band Taxi Cab The Beatles Album Cover Corgi Die-cast Vehicle
Saturday, October 18, 2008
This is The Beetles Help! Album Cover Die-cast Collectable - London Taxi Vehicle.For The Beetles Fanclub. Buy it Now.
Friday, October 17, 2008
One such vehicle was the Dodge Power Wagon, which was first adapted for street use in 1946. Based on a successful World War II design, the civilian Power Wagon was advertised as a “self-propelled power plant.” It could transport loads up to 3,000 pounds. Equipped with a powerful 92 horsepower engine, the Power Wagon also came with an optional winch that had a 7,500 pound capacity. With its big tires and front bumper and heavy duty shock absorbers, the Power Wagon looked like it could take on anything. Yet, Dodge also considered driver comfort with standard deluxe seat and back cushions and driver sun visor, as well as a deluxe cab package. A classic post-war vehicle and a true forerunner of the modern 4x4 phenomenon, the Dodge Power Wagon continued to be produced until 1980.
Now, the classic 1946 Dodge Power Wagon is recaptured in all its distinctive detail-from the winch in front to its wide tread tires. It is decorated with the graphics of the “White Tail Reserve” of North Texas Plains. And it is crafted with hunting rifles, gun and bow cases and everything needed for outdoor camping and hunting. This fascinating model is produced by-and available only from-Matchbox Collectibles.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
Monday, October 13, 2008
Friday, October 10, 2008
Six-Wheeled Military Crane Truck (base on post-World War II 6x6 Scammell Explorer recovery vehicle) Lesney Matchbox Number 64, issued 1959.
Austin MKII Radio Truck, Olive green body, with & without silver painted grille, headlights & bumper, Lesney Matchbox Number 68, 1959.
Thursday, October 9, 2008
In 1964, less than two years after their introduction, it was decided to give a face-lift to the RMC’s. The main changes were at the front where the wings were revised to give a smoother, deeper line, the brake vents were omitted and the registration plate was attached beneath the lower edge of the body. The “via” box was widened to match the main destination blind box and the lower half of the front ventilation grille was covered to form a continuous band between the two decks. The main livery changes included the disappearance of the main Green Line wording on the side of the lower decks and the use of decals for a revised roundel which was moved forward on the sides to below the first window of the upper deck. Shop here.