you collect diecast cars, die cast models or diecast replicas?
If so, The Diecast Magazine is a must for any serious
12 of The Diecast Magazine packs a punch with plenty
of diecast model reviews and so much more. TrueScale Miniatures
has allowed The Diecast Magazine a sneak peak at
the upcoming diecast model of the Porsche 936 that raced
at Le Mans in 1977. This diecast model car, a preproduction
sample and only 70% complete, features on the front cover.
In our review, we inform you of the many corrections to
be made while also admiring the quality of what already
appears in what we title as Porsche Perfection.
Also in Issue 12, there are plenty of in-depth articles
swathed in breathtaking professional photography such as
the diecast model cars of the Danbury Mint 1936 Packard
Twelve Sport Phaeton, the Lotus Renault GP and Team Vodafone
Mercedes McLaren 2010 Formula-1 show cars produced by Minichamps
and, for small scale, budget-conscious diecast model collectors,
you cannot go past Oxford Diecast’s Armstrong Siddeleys.
These and much more awaits in Issue 12 of The Diecast
For something different, we also have a post-event experience
of the 2011 International Toy Fair held during February
in Nuremburg, Germany. Not to mention a wrap-up of the 1/43
scale model car expo held in Chicago in March and a brilliant
article, ‘Let’s see the real ones,’ that
shows select 1/1 scale cars on show at this year’s
Amelia Island Concours along with scale model replicas previously
released of the same cars.
Issue 12 is another stunning issue and rounding it all off
is the always popular die-cast model news and new release
section titled Shop Talk, What’s Hot Online lists
a select group of notable die-cast model trades made on
the secondary market and of course our dedicated readers
have their say in the Readers Page and our most passionate
die-cast model collectors show us their collections in the
12 is available now at select diecast model dealers throughout
the North America, as well as select Barnes and Noble, Borders,
Hastings and Waldenbooks stores, and Indigo bookstores throughout