For any other kind of entries other than personal one, I'll type them in English. Why? Because I do hope to get international readers on this blog. Big dream eh? And, I have to improve my English speaking skills. I do believe typing/writing in English will help nonetheless.
Alright, I'm in a holiday right now, which means I'm at home. Not Shah Alam, but Kuching. Since I haven't been here for quite a while, I need to clean and tidy this room up a little. Okay, not a little, a lot. So, I've bumped into my old toys. Yeah, my old toys in my old room, what a surprise (duh!). Oh god they're so nostalgic! Begin with this entry, I'll review them one by one.
The toy I'm going to feature in this entry is from the famous toy line by Mattel, Hot Wheels. I used to own a lot of Hot Wheels 1:64 die-cast cars, until I "kindly" give all of them to my friends. Yeah, I'm that naive once. However, those are not the toys I'm going to feature in this entry. They are toys from a sub-line of Hot Wheels, Hot Wheels Mechanix. This line were introduced in 1990 or later, I'm not sure. They are car model/toy packed together with extra parts and a tool for you to customize it however you want. They looks like they're in 1:43 scale, but I believe that they are not really made in scale. Just a generic "playable" size.
|But I still have these two guys left. Hehe|
|Winch steel cable on a 4WD truck.|
Overall, these toys are cool! They can roll like a regular toy car, it can be customized to your creativity, and it is nicely painted, like a real car. If I have much money, I would get all of them available anywhere (Ebay, Amazon etc). If I ever get my hands on a new one, I would be reaaaally careful not to lose another part or ruin paintjob or decal. I believe that Mattel also release another toy line called Hot Wheels Mechanix Deluxe. That toy involve more insane customization, where you can assemble a car with parts from a helicopter, or a truck with parts from a tank. Crazy! I never got any of them though. During my childhood, any international toy line only made it here when it is already too late. When we just get hyped about it, the production of the toys already stopped. So, that's all for this entry. Next one's coming!