If Sn210 is coming with 16 cylinders, how about the other end of the spectrum, a rear-mounted flat-twin?
How do you know a company is serious about racing? When they double up on the name. Rennsport Rennwagen (motorsport racecar). Hell yeah.
Legendary. Red. Flat-12. 4.9 liters. Fuel injected. Dry sumped. Normally aspirated. 600 bhp. 563 Nm. Fiberglass. Tube frame. 220 mph(!!). Porsche.
You may remember this Monoposto Honda S2000 I recently finished and is entered into a contest. Well, voting is currently live, so if you have an instagram account, I’d really appreciate your vote!
Here we go, reusing photos again... Sorry guys, but I had a hard time thinking of any 10 cylinder engines in my collection, until it was 11:30pm and I was desperately trying to go to sleep.
I’m adding two cylinders, but sticking with the same twin-turbo theme. Today’s LaLD Engine Week 2018 entry is the venerable, the legendary, the unparalelled F40. A lethal combination of kevlar, fuel, cavalli rampanti, and a gated shifter.
Sorry guys, I’m going with the obvious choice here. And I’m even reusing photos as I have not had any time this weekend to take new ones.
This is a second generation 1971 AMC Javelin AMX in just about the best undercover sparkling blue I’ve seen. Oh, and it’s made by Greenlight.
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This was a previous build, but it fits pretty perfectly in what the custom contest theme is, so I’ll throw it in the ring.
I was 10 minutes early for my dentist appointment today, so I figured I would check out the CVS next door.
Kind of a PSA. The Indy 500 Oval racer is my son’s favorite model. He has the regular version, but sadly our Kday case was not fruitful and we didn’t get a super.
Forced, get it? Like the induction!
I don’t know about you guys, but I remember as clear as day the first car I ever rode in. It was somewhere mid-1980s, in Amsterdam, smelled like dropjes (black licorice for you non-Dutch people), and had the most fascinating rear vent windows a 5-year old had ever seen.
Well, really it came in the mail yesterday, but still on time for Teutonic Tuesday.
After the Countach competition, I got recruited into a similar competition, this time centering around the Honda S2000. I was kind of reluctant, but at the same time, I have so far enjoyed my other two S2k builds.
Continuing with the effs and the dark red theme, here’s an Enzo I got from good IG buddy socaldiecast562, which I merely added some exterior detailing to.
When I showed it last week during Car Week I didn’t have much time to write proper words to accompany this awesome car or take the photos it deserves. But what better day to try to make up for that than Teutonic Tuesday?
The year: 1974. The race: British Airways 1000KM at Brands Hatch. Drivers: Gijs van Lennep and Herbert Müller. Car: 1974 Porsche 911 Carrera RSR Turbo 2.1.
Once a year I get to splurge on a 1:18 for my birthday. Because this is a once a year occurrence, I have to make it count. Two years ago I got the Gozzy Kremer Porsche 935K3, last year I got the McLaren F1 GTR “Ueno Clinic,” and this year I went back to my 935 roots and went for the legendary #0 Interscope Racing…