Lots of people and various sellers create custom Buick Regal diecast cars.
Most of the time these creations modify the actual 1:64 scale vehicle, generally starting off as one of the Hot Wheels versions before conversion.
But the physical toy car is usually all you get when purchasing.
And that’s cool if you’re into that sort of thing.
There’s lots of (non-automobile) interests that buyers are into, and the combination of those interests coupled with a Buick GNX or Grand National diecast car strikes the fancy of some collectors.
We like to see them all, but are really impressed when these limited edition producers also go all the way with their projects and manufacture custom packaging (carded items or window box enclosures) for these specialty diecast cars that they are making.
They look like they could be on the shelf with the other mainstream toys being sold in hobby stores.
Of course, they’re usually only produced in real limited quantities, and (mostly) sold exclusively online to the diecast car collectors.
House of Cars / house of goodies is one of these makers that take the extra time to include the entire setup, for the full effect of whatever specific theme they’re using to promote the noted toy vehicle design.
There are other creators as well, but that’s just one specialty toy crafter we’re mentioning today, since we’ve seen some of the custom Buick diecast cars they’ve made previously.
Another vehicle we are posting here is from a place called “Crisco’s Customs.”
It’s new to us, we haven’t seen anything from them before (not to say that they haven’t actually made anything before, but the only autos we really pay attention to, are of the Buick Regal variety, so they may not be “new” to the diecast car market, but perhaps this is the first collectable Buick vehicle they’ve created).
Another 1:64 scale diecast toy that started off life as a HotWheels car (as notated by the wording on the base of this diecast car).
The theme here is “Fritz The Cat” (which we’ve never heard of before, either).
[according to Wikipedia: “Fritz the Cat is a 1972 American independent adult animated black comedy film written and directed by Ralph Bakshi in his feature film debut.”]
[and from what little we read about that, it’s definitely NSFW! so use caution if you need to check out more about that!]
If you’re a diecast car collector, perhaps you’re interested in these items, which can be found for sale currently on ebay.