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?
I know I’m not LaLD’s resident concept car guy, but when I was looking on ebay for something fun to add to my BMW Week lineup and saw this car, I had to have it! Thankfully I ended up being the only bidder and snagged it for little over $20! Scorrrrrrrrrrrre!
What a difference a camera makes. Last time I showed this car, back in January 2017, I took pictures with an LG G5. Granted, it was at night and the pictures were okay, but HOLY MOLY I can’t get enough of this Pixel 2 XL camera. Don’t tell Nance and Rand, but these photos are some crispy boys!
Well I guess now I have to post some test shots of the Pixel 2 XL too, eh? So glad to be rid of my LG phone that would get too hot, lasted about 4 hours on a full charge, and was super slow. Hooray, stock Google!
I ordered this bad boy exactly a month ago from Amazon on a whim. It was through the Amazon Marketplace from a seller in Japan, so this purchase did not come with tracking, just a delivery window of April 20 - May 7. I then kinda forgot about it, but it finally came! Whoo!
At least if you ask Hot Wheels. No matter what version, and no matter how hard they are to get, people come flocking. RLC, main line, $uper TH, Boulevard, JH1, JH2, convention cars... You name it.
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.
This is the best day to be in Amsterdam, with a city-wide party (really nation-wide, but I’ve only experience the Amsterdam party) going on from dawn til next dawn.
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.
PSA: The LaLD Swag Shop has a sale going on, with 25% off of t-shirts for men and women! Just use code SUPER25 at checkout.
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.