I’ve been granted almost 2 whole weeks before another procedure, so I want to start getting caught up. I have dozens of photos taken in the weeks before all the latest medical brouhaha, and I’ll get them up asap. The Flea Market welcomed me back, today, with open arms...and cool stuff in the hands at the ends of those…
I wish they’d make more 911s without wings.
It’s a 2012 Porsche 911 Carrera S (991) in Platinum Silver over Espresso with the Carrera S wheels.
Specifically the 1982 24hr of Le Mans GTO class winner. Teutonic Tuesday.
I did it again. I made another Gulf liveried 991.1. My hands were very shaky, this time around. I know why, too. Next time I’m in that situation, I will have to just use masking tape. That will be a first. Well, here it is. I hope you still like it!:)
Late for the party, finally a new cast/shoot! This is tiny, it’s a 1/87 by Spark.
I haven’t been able to do a lot of hunting lately, but have been keeping an eye on 20 packs to find this white (or blue as we see here) whale. I guess you can find them in 9packs too!
The racing doesn’t stop when the sun drops, so neither should the pics. This loophole comes from a perennial LeMans competitor; Porshce. This is the 997-based 911 GT3 RSR, presented to you in its presentation livery.
Jobjoris posted a post on photo posting app Instagram recently, comparing a Minichamps 1:64 997 to a TLV 1:64 911S, remarking why the Minichmaps didn’t appear to be way bigger than the TLV, since the early Neunelfers were indeed a ton smaller in stature than the modern Porkers. Pun fully intended.
I know I showed it on Instagram already, but isn’t it much more fun with large photos?
It’s about time I posted something on Teutonic Tuesday again, so here is the latest custom I’ve completed, a Porsche 964 with a sunroof, in dark grey.
I picked up these Tootsie Toy Porsches at an antique store in Baltimore. In fact, they’re the first cars I discussed on the podcast, I think. They are so rough and so thoroughly lacking of detail, yet full of character.
You remember Wonder Woman’s Invisible Airplane? This 930 Turbo was stored in the same hanger, in case she needed to travel in style, clearly.
Unlike the past 2 days, where I couldn’t decide what to feature, there was no debating what today’s entry would be. I mean, the car is named Blackbird; how obvious could it be? The model comes from AUTOart and has been featured on LaLD a few times, so lets get right to the pics.
I know I’ve shown this before, but I just love looking at it. Reminds me of vacation.
Thanks to R32Rennsport for finding the new longnose 911/Magnus Walker Outlaw cast for me, it’s perfect timing for us both at the shop with this wonderful late ‘73 911T in...
Last week I showed a Kyosho rendition on the 993 RS, today we’re seeing a newer generation (997) with a turbo on it from Kyosho as well: The 911 GT2RS.
The old Siku is on familiar footing again...
A little while ago I was lucky enough to get a huge pile of Kyosho 1/64s from the Porsche Minicar Collection IV. And I realize I’ve shown way too little of these little gems.
Snow White... He’s been from Miami to Los Angeles and back, and now I’ve finally put the finishing touches on him (exhaust:D) I’ve shared a lot of pics with this 934.5, I hope I haven’t bored anyone. I’ve finished this GT3 RS, as well. It may be time for a new piece of traveling diecast for my upcoming voyage across…