I usually attend this show twice a year, both in Feb. and in Sept. and always have a great time. There are vintage kits to be had as well as resin kits, bodies, aftermarket parts, air brush paints, chrome plating, service, kit parts, glue bombs, and of course newer kits as well.
Sure there are die cast cars there as well as Hot Wheels and also some military model kits as well. This show is and has been billed as a model car and toy show. It is a good hours ride for me each way and I'm always glad to attend. Of course I can always sit home instead, but that would get boring after awhile and I wouldn't get to see the many friends I've made over the years as well as hunting for model kits and parts to buy also. Spotlight Hobbies will be vending there this Sunday with three tables full of newer kits, vintage kits, and parts. They always have good stuff on their tables. The choice is yours.