If you grew up in the 80s or the 90s, Micro Machines require absolutely no explanation. Those tiny, pint-sized cars and trucks were even smaller than Hot Wheels and yet, somehow, even more amusing to play with because you could have hundreds of them. Unless you were renowned Micro Machines collector Tim Smith because he had thousands of them. Micro But Many: An Unofficial Micro Machines Collection takes the work Smith did with his Micro But Many Gallery and puts it into glorious coffee table book form so you can pour over each and every one of the 400 pages of tiny cars in glorious details. “Curated by collectors and the original Micro Machines designers over six sections, Micro but Many is a nostalgic, visual showroom for one man’s toy car collection.” As a hardback that measures roughly 6″ x 8.5″–with Lithographic prints, sewn-binding, four separate colored bookmark ribbons, holographic foil details, and a Lenticular animated cover fascia with holographic foil sticker–this is a book that is equal parts minuscule automotive history, obsession and under-the-hood look at the toys of yore.