Glad this got a release outside Pop Culture.
The biggest issue I ended up finding was the car’s length, and it was a bit bulky at the rear. Thus, it went back to the repair shop:
This is the most recent version of my McLaren F1 LM build. I had modified the front, but, with the previous version, someone mentioned that the hood seems too long, but I’m not seeing it. I look at pictures of 1:1s extensively when building or modding, but, I would like to know if this looks like an F1 LM to you all,…
LEGO Enzo Ferrari(Brikozo Ferrari), LEGO Ferdinand Alexander Porsche(needed a minifigure to represent an iconic person from Porsche), LEGO Horacio Pagani(idk about this hair but he dresses quite casually), and LEGO Carroll Shelby. Someone here once said there needs to be more automotive figures in LEGO minifigure…
Liking the changes I made. Also, this minifigure is waving hello at you, and would like to inform you he dailys this beast.
This is from like two months ago, but within the Mini GT 1/64 display at the Nuremberg Toy Fair:
It’s a fantastic casting, and it’s a car that’s not available from anyone else in this scale, but the side attachments of the rear wing are pretty fragile, as I learned the hard way:
Your mission is to bring us this in 2019:
Also kinda old news, but here’s everything to look forward to from the newest player in 1.64: http://www.tsm-models.com/FTP/2018_CATALOG_MINIGT.pdf
From Tarmac Works’ FB page. Kinda old news, but still extremely big. I mentioned this before, so this is a reminder.
I’ve seen several threads on the Brickset forms similar to this post. Example: “What are you building right now, what’s your LEGO status today, etc.” Thought it would be fun to bring the idea to the die-cast community.
No way I was passing this up:
I wanted to see if there was any 1:64ish scale model of the Bugatti EB110. I found zero. There’s 1/18s, 1/24s, 1/43s, but zero for us 1/64 scale guys. However, given recent trends in our hobby, perhaps we’ll see a 1/64 EB110 sooner or later.