Diecasts under the Car Culture logo are what every collector wants to own. Do you want to know why?
The first reason is the card, since their size and design are quite different from a Mainline or Retro Entertainment model. And the second reason is the quality and details of the car. These 1:64 scale models are also marked as “Metal/Metal” and “Real Riders”. If you like a bit of gum on the wheels, this is your choice.
Each collection is based on a theme that is limited to 5 models, all of them are legendary. If you are looking for these models, you should pay attention to the different Car Culture sets: Dragstrip Demons, Circuit Legends, Shop Trucks, Euro Speed, Cargo Carriers, Cars & Donuts, Modern Classics, Race Day, Air Cooled, Redliners, Track Day, Trucks, Euro Style, Japan Historics and Japan Historics 2.
One of the most popular collections is Japan Historics, which has already 2 editions. The set was first launched in 2016 and re-released in 2018. It includes cars such as the 1971 Datsun 510 wagon, the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-R and its brother the Nissan Skyline 2000GT-X. It is complemented by the Toyota 2000 GT and Mazda RX-3.
As you can see, all with rear-wheel drive and all are designed to compete. And this is only one example from the Japan Historics series.
The Japan Historics 2 includes other models like the Datsun Bluebird 510, the Nissan Fairlady Z, the Nissan Laurel 2000 SGX and the Nissan Skyline C210.
For this reason, Friki Collector, if you are looking for a specific model or a series under the Car Culture logo, search this section of our page and if you don’t find it, contact us and we’ll find it for you!