A couple of Mustangs basking in the sun. NBD, really.
I know it’s Friday, but be careful where you park. Unauthorized cars WILL get towed. VDH Garage ain’t playin’.
We’ve had a lot of sales posts lately, so the other admins and I thought it might be good to review the LaLD Philosophy on said subject.
I already wrote up the history and background of this car for Car Week 2018, so thankfully we can go straight to the photos!
I forgot to pack a race car, but I did remember to wear a rad shirt!
Since apparently EVERY 80s and 90s car was bright red, lets highlight the ONE car that wasn’t: this 1/64 Kyosho Dauer Porsche 962.
This was really just to play around since I found the new recolor of the ‘71 Porsche 911, but turned out pretty interesting. I think I’ll keep them this way.
With Radcast and its sister event for 1:1 cars, Radwood, coming up this weekend, it was high time to make sure the participants are ready roll and ready to shine.
... have a TS010 by IXO. Designed by Tony Southgate, driven by Jan Lammers.
Live and Let Endurance Race!
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’m so happy for you guys!
The Radcast LaLD logo shirt is now available at the LaLD Swag Shop on Redbubble! Go cop that!! Whoever posts a pic of themselves in a Radcast LaLD logo shirt on Radcast weekend (June 23-24) gets a small surprise sent their way!
I know I showed it on Instagram already, but isn’t it much more fun with large photos?
The BMW E90 335i got switched for a Buick Regal TourX. Definitely a bittersweet change, but a necessary one all the same.
What a lineup. Mario Andretti and Jacky Ickx in a Ferrari 312P Prototype, Donahue and Hobbs in a Penske 512M, Alfa Romeo T33/3s driven by Hezemans/Vacarella, Galli/Stommelen, and De Adamich/Pescarolo, Gulf Porsche 917ks driven by Jo Siffert/Derek Bell and Pedro Rodriguez/Jackie Oliver, and a this Martini Porsche…
It’s a little rough around the edges, and currently doesn’t roll, but I was so intrigued that I had to take it off the previous owner’s hands.
I prepared so well for days 1-3 that it’s shameful how badly I got caught on day 4. So here is a Majorette BMW E61 that is in line to be customized at some point. So far it has only been lowered a little bit.
Well, since Jobjoris said E-Dreizig oder gar nichts, I guess I have to throw an E-Dreizig into the ring. And why not throw the ultimate version, the 1990 Cecotto Sport Evolution?