In a case of visual merchandising gone slightly weird, this is a display window of the Italian fashion brand Benetton selling kids’ clothes with a toy version of the V16-powered 1936 Auto Union Type C.
We'd all love an obsessively detailed 1:18 scale Volvo 240 coupe on our desks, of course, but no collection of automotive tchotchkes is complete without some Soviet iron!
You wouldn’t want a $10,000,000 racing legend sitting around all mucked up in gnats, would you? All you need is a sponge and a sturdy wrist—and please mind the open sky.
Tom Cruise’s $30,000 toy Indy racer for his kid? Please. Consider this: an all-platinum Datsun Fairlady Z created by a Japanese jeweller to mark the 40th anniversary of model maker Tomica and the Fairlady Z itself.
Fifty-six years after he won the last Formula One Grand Prix held in Switzerland, the Maestro is applying a dab of oppo yet again at the Geneva Motor Show.
I say Alex Cox's Repo Man stands as The Greatest Car Movie Of All Time. His latest film- which should be released this year, Hollywood politics permitting- might turn out to be the Greatest Toy Car Movie Of All Time.
Suri Cruise has been so "mesmerized by auto racing" on TV, her father Tom dropped $30,000 on a custom car for the three-year-old. An Escalade? Nope. A miniature replica of a freaking open-wheel racer according to gossip sites.
In the mood for some post-holiday shopping? These vintage Czech slot racers may come in handy to suck up your saved dollars.
Perhaps attempting Kissingeresque détente in Muscle Car Wars, this modeler has combined the latest generation of Mustang, Camaro and Challenger to create the Camustenger... Muchallaro... Challustangero.
Takara Tomy already had our interest with Aero Spider cars, capable of racing up walls with the use of reverse suction fans. Now they blast into awesome with "laser" control. Thank Gamera there's video of these wall-climbing machines in action.
This stop-motion movie's plot is harder to figure out than a Michael Bay flick, but luckily the toy-car-on-toy-car action is even more epic. Who knew toy soldiers were such good drivers?
Jalopnik played a small role in bringing Papa John's Camaro back home to Kentucky and now the Z28 itself is going small with a limited edition toy car.
Get your fix of 1:32 wind-up Porsches at A Time To Get, where Nick Maggio has even dug up an old 917. In Gulf livery, of course. [A Time To Get]