2019 Car Culture

Car Culture

Gulf Racing
 #1 ’60’s Fiat 500D Modificado – Gulf blue – rrcl4or
 #2 ’70 Mustang Boss 302 – Gulf blue – rrta
 #3 Nissan Laurel 2000 SGX – Gulf blue – rrcl4or/ch-rim
 #4 Volkswagen Golf MK7 – Gulf blue – rrmc
 #5 McLaren F1 GTR – blue – rreor

Open Track (02/2019)
#1 Nissan Skyline GT-R (BNR32) – black, green, and purple – rrewh
#2 Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5-1.6 – red – rrasl
#3 ‘16 Mercedes-AMG GT3 – mf dk. gray – rrmcbk
#4 Acura NSX GT3 – mf blue – rr6tabk
#5 Audi R8 LMS – white – rr6tsbk

Silhouettes (04/2019)
#1 ’76 Chevy Monza mf brown –  rrtabn/ch-rim
#2 ’76 Greenwood Corvette– lt. blue – rrta8bk/ch-rim
#3 ’78 Porsche 935/78 – white – rradbu
#4 RWB Porsche 930 (New Model)
#5 Nissan Skyline Silhouette – red – rr6tawh (New Model)

Desert Rally (06/2019)
’88 Jeep Wagoneer**
’17 Ford F-150 Raptor**
Off Road VW Bug**
’80 Dodge Macho Power Wagon**
Olds 442 Off Road**

Street Tuners (08/2019)
’95 Mazda RX-7**
Pandem Subaru**
Honda S2000**
Nissan 180SX Type X**
Subaru WRX STI**

Cruise Blvd. (10/2019)
VW “Classic” Bug**
’60s Ford Econoline Pickup**
’69 Chevelle SS 396**
’12 Ford Mustang 302 Laguna Seca**
Nissan Hardbody**

Team Transport 
#7 ’66 Super Nova / Retro Rig (Black Hole)
#8 Nissan Skyline HT 2000GT-X / Sakura Sprinter (JDM-L)
#9 ’71 Datsun 510 / Fleet Flyer (BRE Datsun)
#10 Mercedes-Benz 190E / Fleet Flyer (Falken)
#11 Nissan Fairlady Z / Sakura Sprinter (Nissan)
#12 Porsche 356 Speedster / Volkswagen T1 Transporter
#13 ’70 Plymouth Superbird / Wide Open

Supreme Exclusive Fleet Flyer ’92 BMW M3

Scheduled release
– Mix 2: 03/2019
– Mix 3: 06/2019
– Mix 4: 09/2019

** Some series names and models are tentative and could possibly change.

4 thoughts on “2019 Car Culture

  1. Gulf Series ’69 Mustang wheels are listed as rr10sp, but appear to only have 8 spokes… after checking the wheel charts, closest I see there are the Trans Am Real Riders (rrta) but I’ll let someone more knowledgeable make the final determination.
    Also….
    MANY THANKS! for providing the photos and descriptions included on the site… I find them absolutely essential to HWs collecting, and a MUCH needed effort, after the outstanding South Texas Diecast site was converted, IMO, to an unusable format.

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