Friday, 26 October 2012

F1 Sauber C31 spotted in the Singapore urban jungle

While doing my usual stroll along Orchard Road last month, i happened to pass by the Mandarin Gallery and spotted this thing of beauty, the Sauber C31.

The Sauber C31 is a Formula One racing car designed by Sauber for the 2012 Formula One season. It was debuted at the 2012 australian grand prix and has achieved its first podium this season in the 2012 Malaysian Grand Prix with a 2nd place finish by Mexican driver Sergio Perez.

What i like most about the C31 is that it looks simpler and cleaner as compared to the Red Bulls which have very loud liveries (aka decals/stickers). Ok that's all for now, just Stay tuned for more car sightings here...

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Takara Tomy Tomica Mercedes Benz SLS AMG unboxing

The Mercedes Benz SLS AMG: 2 wings, 1 engine...

This is the very first Tomica diecast car that i have bought and it is a 1/64 scale model of the very popular SLS AMG, The spiritual successor to the SLR McLaren. I like this die cast model because it has two working gullwing doors and the paint job on it is very stunning. You can see my SLS AMG here in the video below:

Tomica SLS AMG

Gullwing Doors Open


To see what the SLS AMG is capable of doing in real life, click the link below: WARNING do not try this at home not unless you are Michael Schumacher and you also drive an SLS AMG hehe

Wednesday, 24 October 2012

Takara Tomy Tomica Lamborghini Reventon Unboxing

#113 Lamborghini Reventon (Tomica unboxing)

This is the Lamborghini Reventon from the Tomy Takara Tomica die cast collection (#113 ), The Lamborghini Reventon is one of the rarest Supercars, Only 20 vehicles were sold to the public with one additional car (marked as 0/20) produced for the Lamborghini Museum.

The Reventon has made its appearance on the movie The Dark Knight, wherein Bruce Wayne chose it as a "subtle" alternative to his Tumbler (aka Batmobile).

Hopefully you will enjoy this short unboxing video, Thanks.

Lamborghini Reventon

Reventon Side View

Monday, 22 October 2012

Tomica Toyota 86 unboxing

Taken from my Tomica Collection,

The Toyota 86 is affectionately called the Hachi-Roku (eighty-six in nihongo) by the Japanese Toyota fans. It is the spiritual successor to the widely popular Toyota AE-86 and was co-developed with the experts of Subaru which also released their own version of the 86 calling it the Subaru BRZ.

Ladies and Gentlemen, I proudly present you the unboxing video of my Toyota 86 with working doors.

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