Can’t Afford a Real Lamborghini? Buy a Plushy Toy Model Instead

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When you say made in Japan, what do you first think of? Games? Anime? No, of course not. You’re in fact imagining some of the best ideas being born. Scale models of anything, toys you’ve only dreamt of and even some really cool hand-made vehicles. These plushy cars are just what you need to use until you saved up enough to actually go from cuddling with your car to driving it.
Sounds freaky, doesn’t it? You know, being that close to your dream car that you actually get to cuddle with a smaller model of it every day/night. Well, it’s not, you mean haters! No, it’s not. That’s how much we love cars and there’s not one thing you can do about it.

Chinese toy maker Rocket Craft is not only making some of the cutest toys any six-year-old kid would like to have, but even some really good replicates of motorcycle and car engines and... yes, cars. They are all made of plush and come in smaller scale, but still imagine a Nissan GT-R sitting next to your desk, inspiring you every day.

Sure, there’s a long range of cars you can opt from starting with most of the Toyota, Nissan and Honda models, going through some of the Chinese cars and ending with “foreign countries” such as Lamborghini Gallardo, Dodge Ram, BMW E34 and Mercedes-Benz 300 SL Gullwing.

Depending on the model the plushy vehicles range between 35 to 45 cm (14 to 18 inches) in size and will cost you 45,000 yen ($380). You can even ask for a license plate which will cost you an additional 4,000 yen ($34).

But is there anything you wouldn’t do for the child in you? Put it this way, your wife will most likely be happier with it than actually putting a mortgage on the house to buy a new Lamborghini.
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