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Tomica 2016 Honda NSX

The 2nd generation NSX is designed and manufactured in USA. It is marketed worldwide in both RHD and LHD markets.

 

What you see here are the 1:64 scale Tomica series NSXs.

 


Featuring the aggressive supercar look!

 


Rear quarter view

 


Rear end

 


Bottom view. “Made in Vietnam.”

 


Mid-engined sports hybrid motor

 


Side look. Both with same type of wheels.

 





Enjoy Honda 🙂

 

Video of Tomica 43 Honda NSX (Limited Edition) Diecast Car Toy Unboxing:

Source: Tolemigoca

 

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4 Comments

  1. Good Morning
    I am so happy to see that there is still such an interest of the what I call real toy category. I was born in the 60s and remember when hot wheel cane out before hot wheels I had match box you know hollow bodies with solid axels and plastic wheels. Then hot wheel came out how cool! Tracks cars that went fast. I have a 2-year-old and have been buying him some cool cars and want to educate him on muscle cars of the 60s and 70s you know Corvette, Mopar super bee with 440 and a six-pack. I am so happy I found your site right now I have my eye on the Ford GT you know the car that finally put the American muscle on the scene. Well I guess I am showing my age I remember going to the local hobby shop to get my match box and hot Wheels. Thanks so much for keeping the past alive. Mark

  2. Good Morning
    I am so happy to see that there is still such an interest of the what I call real toy category. I was born in the 60s and remember when hot wheel cane out before hot wheels I had match box you know hollow bodies with solid axels and plastic wheels. Then hot wheel came out how cool! Tracks cars that went fast. I have a 2-year-old and have been buying him some cool cars and want to educate him on muscle cars of the 60s and 70s you know Corvette, Mopar super bee with 440 and a six-pack. I am so happy I found your site right now I have my eye on the Ford GT you know the car that finally put the American muscle on the scene. Well I guess I am showing my age I remember going to the local hobby shop to get my match box and hot Wheels. Thanks so much for keeping the past alive. Mark

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