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The VehiCROSS: Toys and Other Collectibles: Tamiya
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Tamiya Isuzu VehiCROSS
The Japanese plastic model maker Tamiya provided the first and best model kit version of the VehiCROSS. The attention to detail is remarkable - Tamiya is truely one of the best kit providers currenly in the market. The VX kits are no exception - each very accurately portrays the Japanese model VehiCROSS, in either 1/32nd or 1/24th scale. The Team Geolandar Baja 1000 was a late addition, repurposing the original 1/32nd mould with larger tires. The built-up image above I "borrowed" from an eBay auction (if the builder would like credit for the image, please let me know and I'll put the appropriate information with the image).
Click for Details Tamiya Isuzu VehiCROSS 1/24th Sports Car Series No. 191
This is a really wonderful kit with great detailing. My only wish is that it was of a US model instead of the Japanese. I've been looking for a Rodeo or Passport kit that might have a RHD interior - it wouldn't take much to change out the side-maker lights to get this model looking like the US version. I've been hesitant because of the interior. Instructions are well thought out and assembly is straight forward. I haven't put one of these together yet - time is precious. However I intend to build one to represent my Proton. Now if I can only find an acceptable LHD dash!
Click for Details Tamiya Isuzu VehiCROSS 1/32nd Mini 4WD Series No. 20
Tamiya tends to make their smaller scale vehicles more toy-like and the 1/32nd Scale VX is no exception. This little beauty comes with a small motor and gearing assembly, powered by two AA batteries. Fun toy - the cats love it!
Click for Details Tamiya Isuzu VehiCROSS Team GEOLANDAR Baja 1000 1/32nd Wild Mini 4WD Series No. 15
The GEOLANDAR VX was released as a new series of big-truck-tire models that could climb obsticles and do wheelies. Bexsides the unique 4WD gearing of this kit, I like the huge stickers that may be applied to the red body shell - you can get by with assembling this one with no or very little paint.


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