this was one of my "oldest" VW models. the bumper already shows signs of discoloration due to its old age. i got this item already loose and does not have any box or packaging.
i also have the same model but it comes in black. they have similar "tampos" or "markings", which is the "hippie" design. i really like the design of these models since it reflects the time when these vehicles (the VW bug and bus) was the favorite mode of transportation by the "hippies" thus being associated with them and in return made this wonderful vehicle an icon.
Model: Lexus Altezza IS220-R Manufacturer: Hotworks Racing Scale: 1/64
this is part of my "sudden" side collection- the drift cars made by hotworks racing. the casting done by hotworks are truly awesome and the "tampos" are true to form and style as the real vehicles they were "copied" from. i decided to collect these cars because of the nice castings and tampos as well as seeing these cars (the 1:1 ones) appear in the pages of super street magazine a couple of years ago.
Model: 1966 Volkswagen Beetle Sedan Manufacturer: (unknown) Scale: 1/24
this was one of my oldest VW diecast cars. i got it as a gift from a relative a long time ago. it was "loose" and no markings of the manufacturer can be seen beneath the model. the only markings are "1966 volkswagen beetle" and "scale 1/24".
this is one of my favorite models from my collection due to its size and the details of the exterior, interiors, and engine. the side mirror is missing and i can't seem to locate the missing piece. but, nonetheless the item remains to be my favorite and truly a keeper.