The Original Muscle Machines® Die-Cast Brand
hobbyDB is an online website powered by collectors worldwide. They are building a giant database of every collectible ever made. Maisto has uploaded a lot of information about The Original Muscle Machines there and has donated some prizes for hobbyDB to award to encourage you to post also. Others have posted a lot of Muscle Machines photos and information but we're sure that you'll be able to add more material.
The ultimate goal is for hobbyDB project members from all categories to catalog every collectible ever made. This contest is for Muscle Machines Maniacs and Ford Mustang Fanatics. The Original Muscle Machines have graciously donated four autographed models with signed design sheets to help the project.
See the hobbyDB blog for details. You can follow them on facebook, too.
hobbyDB catalog users have already added 1,680 Original Muscle Machines diecast models to the catalog! With 781 Mustang collectibles currently in the catalog, we’re off to a good start there as well. The goal of this contest is to complete the goal of cataloging every Muscle Machines model ever made and get a huge boost on the Mustang collection.
Muscle Machines Garage radio control car. This 1:18 racer has Harley-Davidson deco on a 1969 Ford Boss 302 body. Stock number 81351.
Here is a closer look at the first Muscle Machines Garage production samples. Muscle Machines Garage is a revamped, faster, track-ready version of The Original Muscle Machines. Where The Original Muscle Machines are very much for collectors, the new Garage line is for kids with a taste of Fast Cars and Nitro-fueled action. You’ve seen the 2-Lane Smash-Up track set, here are the new Muscle Machines Garage GUNNER and SCHOOL BUS models. These have fast-rolling wheels, plastic bodies, and a die-cast chassis to give them just enough weight to keep them rolling fast on the track but not too much to weigh them down!
2013 Ford Mustang BOSS 302
At long last, the official Maisto Collectors Club is open for business.