Mega Car Chase in 1:64 Scale

Let’s face it, blowing up real cars is not only expensive, but cringe-inducing. We can’t help but wince when a perfectly good nostalgic gets wadded up, even if the car was new and plentiful at the time of the stunt. Luckily, this week’s Friday video captures all the danger and excitement of Seibu Keisatsu without the actual vehicular carnage.

A youtuber by the name of Luxe37 has created an incredible series of stop-motion car chases using Tomica nostalgics and some awesome sound effects. We like parts VI and VII, in which the bad guys run an armored wagon off the road, steal its cargo and make their getaway in a Fairlady Z. Check out the conclusion after the jump.

If this does not satisfy your Tomica action movie needs, check out the Bluebird-fueled bank robbery (conclusion here) and a fleet of squad cars trying to put a stop to vintage Nissan 680 and Prince Clipper (Parts I, II, and III) trucks.

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9 Responses to Mega Car Chase in 1:64 Scale

  1. banpei said:

    Amazing! :)
    All cars are periodically correct and I even see the second video featuring a black Seibu Keisatsu Skyline Japan! :D

  2. Nigel said:

    I have no speakers on my computer, so I was making all the sound effects.
    Very funny stuff.

  3. toyotageek said:

    lol :D Too cool!

    You should commission him to do a series for you! ;)

  4. Haha, this is great stuff. Would have taken forever :).

  5. GEN2TWINCAM said:

    Forget sheet metal! Forget fiberglass!

    My next car will be explosion-proof die cast alloy!

  6. Tedman said:

    Best use of Tomy cars ever! Incredible sound effects. I love how the Z and Bluebird end up. Nothing left but the pan! Luxe37 is a genius.

  7. BlownArrow! said:

    :-( I’m sorry but I cryed at the end……

  8. Morespeed said:

    That is just 2 COOL!! They really did a Great job on those videos.