Monday, September 27, 2010

1959 Chevrolet Impala Ramone Disney Pixar Cars Movie Diecast Scale 1:55 by Mattel


Ey perro !!!
•• Pasoooo parse ???
Ese de allá no es Ramón ???
•• Esa p*rra con pintura roja policromada ???
Uyyyyy siii !!!
•• Baje el vidrio, que voy a fumigar a ese pedazo de...
Oiga, cómase esto per... BLAM, BLAM, BLAM (El resto de lo sea que aquí pasó, fue censurado por el puritano dueño de este blog... Que yo sepa, este no es un blog sobre crónica roja... No ???)

Ejem... No pude evitar el inicio violento de esta publicación... Y fue porque hoy tuve que sumergirme en el mundo gansta, el mundo chicano para ser preciso, en la corriente Lowrider, que produce autos notablemente modificados, no solo en sus excéntricos esquemas de pintura sino también en el trabajo de la suspensión, que pueden poner un auto a bailar, literalmente !!!... 


Para este propósito escogen normalmente autos enormes, obviamente producidos en Norteamérica y crean lo más cercano a un Transformer de la vida real, que haya visto.

Me temo que este será el último post sobre Cars en mis dominios, pero creo que es un excelente cierre de "temporada", pues este Chevrolet Impala de 1959 se ve increíblemente bien, con su pintura policromada, combinada con un tono crema claro y el trabajo en sus rines... 


Puede ser, de hecho, el más llamativo de los que tengo y a estos autos, lo único que necesitan es hablar !!!... =DDDDD

ENGLISH

Yo bro !!!
•• Sup man ???
Ain’t that Ramone over there ???
•• That b*tch with red polychrome paint ???
Weeee yeah !!!
•• Roll ur window down, I’m gonna smoke that piece of...
Heyyo, eat this bit... BLAM, BLAM, BLAM (The rest of whatever happened here, was banned by the puritan owner of this blog... As far as I know, this is not a blog about red chronicles... Ain’t it ???)

Ahem... I couldn’t avoid the violent beginning of this publication... And it was ’cause today I had to dive into the gansta world, the chicano world to be precise, in the current Lowrider, which produces cars notoriously modified, not only in their eccentric paint schemes but also in the work of suspension, that can make a car to dance, literally !!!... 


For this purpose they chose huge cars, obviously produced in North America and create the closest thing to a real life Transformer, I’ve ever seen.

I’m afraid that this will be the last post about Cars in my domains, but i think it’s a great end of "season", since this 1959 Chevrolet Impala looks incredibly good, with its polychrome paint, combined with a light cream tone and the work on its wheels... 


It could be, indeed, the most striking in my collection and the only thing they need, is to speak !!!... =DDDDD

6 comments:

LEon said...

I can see you really like the disney cars movie.

chrismandesign said...

yes man, i love Cars movie, but i’ve loved the cars in almost all their kinds, since i was a boy... i cried for cars, LOL... i mean, i was a torture for my parents when we took a walk & i saw a car toy in a case... that was a reason for an embarrasing tantrum, LOL... BTW, i don’t do tantrums anymore, but i still love cars a lot LOL XD

Dennis aka Katsuden said...

In Singapore, I usually could find these metal die-cast Disney cars but they more expensive than other die-cast in comparison. I guess it's the detail in paint work. Recently, I saw an improved version with holograph effect eyes.

chrismandesign said...

oh, it seems Mattel has a great distribution network around the world, cuz here, that version u mentioned is available too & even a bit cheaper than these i own... i think Dennis, that not only the paint job & details r the reasons of the higher cost of these diecast, actually the scale they use (1:55) is bigger than the normal scale for other similar diecast (1:60 - 1:64), so u pay more for more... & FYI pal, a colleague from Philippines told me that these toys (as others created in this side of the world) r more expensive than usual there where u live... the irony is that they were made in China LOL...

cortesmachineart said...

...no pues como le digo ... el pan duro de la cuadra?... si como no monito... la verdad es mas agresivo en toda su expresion este vahiculo que la verdad es el mas cerdo que tiene de la pelicula de the cars... porque ud no mata ni una mosca (siempre y cuando no tenga matamoscas...)

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chrismandesign said...

pss hermano, yo malandro, lo que se dice una gochornea, no soy... pero a mí me respetan en todos los niveles y mi nombre y fotografía, nunca van a mirar en papeles...porque a mi el periodista me quiere y sino mi amistad se la pierde... eso les enseñé a Los Tigres del Norte... Muahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha...