Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Tomica - Suzuki Carry Mobile Catering Truck

Just like the Suzuki Every that we reviewed recently:

This Suzuki Carry is also from the same 10th Generation (between the year of 1999-2005) of the original 1963 Suzuki Carry and while the Suzuki Every was in the "mini-van" form, this gorgeous die-cast scale model of Suzuki Carry is now in the "mini-truck" form.

You can read more about this history of Suzuki Carry from Wikipedia but for now, let's have a look at this gorgeous Carry:



And in case if you want to view the real-life version (photo is taken from Wikipedia):

Note: I do not claim any rights on this picture. All rights and credits belong to the owner.


The main reason I love to get those Japanese trucks die-cast scale models from Takara Tomy / Tomica is simple because of their fun features and on this particular model, it has this openable rear cabin that can transform into some sort of.... well, I don't know what you call it LOL.... but just have a look at the pictures below:


 


and tadaaaaaa!!!!! you can now see this:



A lovely Japanese girl selling some yummy ice cream and cream pie....slurrppppp..... LOL LOL LOL....



Overall, this is a beautiful ice cream truck from Takara Tomy / Tomica. The casting and finishing and painting quality is good as always while the creativity on the additional features is just wonderful and I don't have any reason to hate this model, it's simply gorgeous and girls would love it, so do I.... LOL



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2 comments:

  1. This is another sample of your weakness by those "manly" diecast in pastel colors, LOLOLOL !!!... Well I can’t deny the charm of this cute model with that cute gimmick... I myself have a pair of Ice Cream trucks (that I guess you already know) and I love them very much !!!... This is a perfect complement (and actually even nicer) for your Mail Service Every Van, I like it more than the red one and the color scheme helped in that sense !!!... =D

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  2. This is so adorable! Pink is definitely your colour and the gimmick of flip-open store surprise me with more kawaii interior. Always like the box packaging of Tomy! Makes storage easier and a lot more collectible...

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