The original Series 1 Land Rover was launched in 1948, and became an instant classic. Much the same can be said about the Toylander TL1, which launched more than half a century later in 2000, and is unmistakably a Landy in miniature. Now, obviously, a ride-on car for kids is going to be radically different to a post-war workhorse, but...
Are you contemplating getting a toy land rover for your child? If so, check out these four benefits of ride-on cars for kids. There may be some you hadn't even considered! 1. It encourages independence Toy land rovers won’t move unless the child actually uses the controls themselves. This is great for fostering independence as the child will learn how...
Engineering in Miniature have just written an article on a TL2 build by two of their readers. You can see the write up in the November 2017 issue or have a look at the attached article. EiM build article
We have always been able to paint the ready built models to whatever colour the customers want (just like these lovely blue and sand Toylanders) but we can now offer custom paint job and decal work. Continue reading →
We have many customers asking us about paints to use on their Toylanders, there are too many colours for us to stock them, so we recommend ordering your colour and paint kit from Paint Man and Toylander Specific Paints at Paint Man
Alloy and Grit magazine in America are building one of our Toylander 2 cars as part their spring issue. Good luck guys, send us plenty of pictures! You can now see Alloy & Grit magazine Toylander 1 build blog on at http://www.alloyandgrit.com/2017/04/28/project-toylander-starts-to-take-shape/ follow all their progress.
We have just confirmed our place at Carfest South 2017 August 25th - 27th. We had a great time last year, showing the cars and meeting new and old customers . Hope to see you all this year, fingers crossed for good weather again!