1/18 Maisto Design: Tokyo Mod, The 1971 Datsun 240Z


It’s officially Wednesday and today we’re showing off on the blog the Maisto Design: Tokyo Mod 1971 Datsun 240Z in a 1/18th scale! Tokyo Mod features highly customized Japanese classic cars at the epitome of style from the heart of Japan itself! On the larger scale, this Datsun 240Z comes out at approximately 9½”, and its custom painted die-cast metal body utilizes a set of opening doors, an opening engine compartment and an opening trunk, leaving it completely open for you to take in all of its inner workings and custom details, including the detailed chassis with separate exhaust system! When on the lookout for it at your local retailer, be sure to keep an eye out for our special Maisto Design packaging seen above, labeled TOKYO MOD!



1/18 Special Edition, The 1971 Datsun 240Z


It’s Tuesday and we’ve decided to take a look at the 1971 Datsun 240Z that can be found as a resident of our 1/18th scale Special Edition line! This sweet, sleek style, first generation Z GT Nissan two-seat coupe can be found in two separate color options from our 2016 Catalog, Metallic Blue or Orange! In terms of features, you’ll find that this die-cast 240Z not only has an opening set of doors, hood and trunk, but also supports full-function steering at the turn of the steering wheel, and 4-wheel spring suspension as well! If you’d like to get your hands on the Datsun 240Z, or any of the other models in our Special Edition line-up, keep your eyes open at your local retailer for our standard Maisto packaging color-coded Blue and labeled SPECIAL EDITION!

r h b on the road: next stop – hong kong

that’s right, once again i am on the road, this time making a stop at hq before heading out to europe for some face time with our licensers. one thing is for sure, if i were here full time, we would never have a shortage of post topics.

our showroom here is very, very nice. and they made it even sweeter since i was here last in april. they decided to rearrange things and build a wall of die-cast, complete with metal siding and lighted window-boxes

i think it looks pretty classy, and is an awesome way to show off some special 1:18 products

and of course, there is plenty of product to hilight

whoa – hold on there son. i get the lamborghini gallardo superleggera, the audi r8, the datsun 240z, and the m-b sls. but that last one, we don’t know nothing about a porsche panamera. do we? charles, can i tell ’em? huh – please? this isn’t the answer to your last post, is it? let me know if i won, k?