Issue No.7

June 2008
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Archive - Back Issues - Issue 7 - CONTENTS

Issue 7 of The Diecast Magazine features the 1984 Bathurst-winning VK Commodore, driven by Peter Brock and modelled by Classic Carlectables in 1:18 scale. This stunning and highly anticipated model is just sensational, and when it becomes available sometime in the future, it is definitely going to send Australian collectors into a spin. Also featured is the Hot Wheels 1966 TV series Batmobile in the 1:18 Elite range. It has only taken around 42 years but finally one of the most well-known TV/movie themed vehicles is here for everyone to enjoy.

Also in Issue 7 of The Diecast Magazine, “The Diecast Buyer’s Guide” makes its debut. This guide is set to grow, issue by issue, and we encourage you, the reader, to be involved with this by letting us know what you would like to see included in the listing in the future. As well in Issue 7, The Collectors’ Post is bigger and better than ever before and in this issue, and future issues, one lucky collector will win a model for their involvement in making this section a success. So do not hesitate, get pen to paper and send us a few pictures for the next issue to be in with a chance.

If you haven’t already subscribed... NOW is the time to do so. If you subscribe soon you will have a chance of winning a limited edition signed canvas portrait of Allan Moffat, Dick Johnson, John Bowe and Glenn Seton. This will be drawn on June 30 so you had better hurry. Go to page 64 to find the subscription form or download a form from the subscription page on this website, complete and return it to guarantee your subscription in the future and your chance to win this fantastic prize. All in all, I would have to say that this is the best issue yet, so don’t miss out, rush out and get yours today.

Issue 7 of The Diecast Magazine will be available in all good diecast retail outlets and selected newsagencies around Australia by June 13, 2008.