Originally introduced by Tamiya in 1977, the Tyrrell P34 Six Wheeler was an unusual vehicle to be sure, both in model form and in real life. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-07-18 10:31:07.
The Datsun 280ZX was the second offering in the Racing Master series from Tamiya. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-02-03 11:08:48.
One of the early plastic off-road buggies for Tamiya, the Wild Willy was often referred to as a “stunt vehicle”, because of it’s ability to frequently wear out rear tires doing never-ending wheelies. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-09-22 10:48:57.
The Porsche 935 was the third RC car kit produced by Tamiya. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-06-23 10:36:38.
Continuing the three-speed tradition started in 1981 with the Hilux, Tamiya sought to improve upon the concept by adding a bigger motor and more weight. The result was the ever-popular (and still expensive) Bruiser. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-04-13 21:59:36.
After the Bruiser faded away in the 1980′s, Tamiya resurrected the all metal, three-speed concept with the Mountaineer. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-08-10 19:31:27.
Ya know, there are few things in life that can compare to moments like these. (more…)
Originally posted 2009-07-20 12:17:44.
Tamiya’s re-issue initiative continues to bring back the oldies. The Subaru Brat was originally issued in 1983 and has been re-issued in 2007. As expected, the re-issue remains very faithful to the original while adding a few improvements.
Originally posted 2009-02-08 20:04:28.
Exploring amongst the many cubby-holes at my favorite hobby shop, Penn Valley Hobby Center in Lansdale, PA, I came across this complete example of a well used Celica LB Turbo in a box of used radio gear. Of course, I had to rescue it. (more…)
Originally posted 2008-06-02 10:43:26.
Originally posted 2008-10-29 18:13:47.