Charity shows are always a great thing for clubs to get involved with. If I have to chance to support a club doing a charity show I will definitiely be out to shoot some photos. This show brought out some very nice rides and also a few beautiful ladies to pose near the rides!
You can check out the entire set here:
I have found quite a few pieces from GreenLight and M2 Machines in the stores over the past month. And with my recent trip to California I was able to grab quite a few more pieces from my diecast distribution friends at http://www.collectablediecast.com to add to this post. Quite a few are really old which I was lucky to get from collectablediecast.com.
M2 Ground Pounders CHASE 1958 Plymouth Fury
Its been awhile since a toy post has shown up so now it is back to the grind. Here are some of the cool M2 machines I have scooped up over the last few months.
I found these while browsing the stores last week:
Gold Mia and Tia and Bling Bling McQueen
Charlie Checker, Lightning McQueen, and the King
Yet another M2 Machines chase has surfaced.
M2 Machines have been setting the benchmark for old school authentic cars. I came across this CHASE version of the 1959 Cadillac Series 62. The chases in this series are set apart in Black paint with gold accents.
Another Chase Car from M2 Machines AutoThentics line.
I have had a lot of luck lately finding the M2 Autothentics chase cars (Black with Gold Accents) The 1950 Oldsmobile 88 is one of the recent finds.
I was able to score a fresh case of M2 Autothentics at a local retailer and I came across the black/gold chase version of the 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air. There is something REALLY classy about the accents being done in gold. This will go great with my Dave Chang 1949 Merc limo!