- U​sually people put their high end diecast in glass displays, after they arrive. Me too! Sorta... Well, eventually.

A​ few months ago, I discovered some nice G Wagons that I wanted to get my hands on. At the time, I didn't have room for them in my collection. After some rearranging and changing what and how I store my diecast, I decided I had the space. These two HAD to make into my collection.

T​here are both made for dealerships, I guess. Their scale is absolutely correct and their level of detail is quite nice. I hope you'll agree. The 6x6 and the 4x4 are both a little extreme, maybe. I am very much a SUV kinda guy, so, to each their own.

W​hilst looking at these two, nothing came to mind more clearly than the overcoming of some sort of terrain and obstacles. Naturally, ORAT was in store for these guys. First off, however, the trip started in the garage. There are a LOT of pictures in this one. I hope you enjoy! (:

T​he dashboard was nicely done!

T​he dashboard was nicely done!

O​h, you brave soul. You've made it this far? Well, I'll just say that I have more ORAT in mind and not just any kind. Something a bit more creative. At least, it will be my ATTEMPT at some higher form of creativity. Here's another pic for your patience😉

S​omething cool is coming soon. If you follow me on IG, you'll know what I mean.

S​omething cool is coming soon. If you follow me on IG, you'll know what I mean.

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