The F1 GTR is cool and all, but sometimes you need something more practical. Something you can take your spouse and one kid to the shops in. Using a bespoke set of grocery bags, obviously.
Since Enginerrrrrrrrr has revealed the Martini 917K, I wanted to share some build pics to whoever is interested. So here goes!
I may have missed 917 day, but I’m sure as hell not missing 919 day! The Friday mail call last week came right in time.
This particular car has been shown before, but since I don’t usually do a French Friday post, I think it’s okay!
Here are all the ones I have. And they match up quite well, color-wise!
I’m not a Mercedes person in the least, but I have a severe weakness for two Benzes nonetheless: The R129 SL, and this one, the S124 E-Class wagon.
So is this Nissan Skyline 2000-GTR “Kenmeri.”
It pays to be nice to people. We already know that. But especially so in the diecast community, which by and large (aside from the well-known scalpers) seems to be comprised of extremely generous individuals.
When The Bell King told me about the Hitch & Tow set featuring a VW Type 2 pickup towing a little teardrop trailer, I instantly knew it would be the perfect shape and size to hitch up to a Porsche 356 Outlaw.
For Sale: 1962 Porsche 356B shell. She’s painted, and has lights, but that’s about it. Doors, front- and rear decklids are available, but cost extra. What, you think I’m made of money?
Post pictures of camshafts!
Also, I’m not usually an error guy, but this one was kinda cool. The other side appears to be clean.
It’s Wednesday, people. Act like it. And by that I mean go take your 1973 Chevy Caprice wagons and go fishing.
I took the new desk buddy red International Scout II on a tour of my office campus yesterday afternoon. Here are some photos.
This weekend was fun. Got away with the family for a few days to a great-for-kids-less-so-for-adults resort, and came home to a VERY NICE mailfind from The Bell King.
As you all know, probably ad nauseam, I am a lover of Porsches. Philip the Porschephile. But for some odd reason I also have an irrational desire for the International Scout II.
It’s a busy day today on the subject of Germans imported from Japan, but hopefully no one is tired yet of these beautiful cars.
On a Tuesday one can never have too much Teutonic goodness. And on any day of the week, one can never have too much Porsche 930 Turbo.
Let’s break up this vdubyajohn posting monopoly, shall we? :P
It’s so cute!!! Too bad I’m going to poach its wheels for a Porsche 356, but I will definitely replace the wheels so that this little guy can continue to roll around the shop.