Several months ago, in my Norev 1/18 F90 M5 review, I expressed hope that someone would soon make a G15 8-Series scale model. My time has come.
One of the more highly-coveted pieces from UT Models is the BMW M Coupe. Better known as the “Clownshoe” for its oddball shape, this car has all the makings of a future classic.
So I think I’m either the 5th or 6th person here to pick up one of these UT Models 993 911 GT1's.
This is not a joke. Repeat: this is not a joke.
Ottomobile dangles a JDM treat in front of us every month. Last month, it was the Omori Factory “Grand Touring Car”, a restored R33 GT-R with a host of NISMO upgrades. A perfect companion to the “Clubman Race Spec” R34 GT-R that Otto released a couple years prior.
This 1/18 “adventure” wagon is the Chinese market C-trek is the long roof counterpart to the current generation Bora, also known as the Jetta. Personally, I think the Golf sportwagen is much nicer looking and is easy to see why we did not get this wagon variant over the Golf in the states. The model itself is a…
The coolest R8. Even cooler in Suzuka Grey.
I am very happy to present you another joint project, which was created by my buddy Lukas and me. Lukas wrote a report which I don’t want to withhold from you - I just took some pictures. Have fun!
As I write this, I sit devouring the last slice from what has been The Fortnight of Cheesecakes in my household. It started with a birthday cheesecake, which sent me down the rabbit hole of exploring methods, all purporting to deliver the best cheesecake. I’ve done standard oven baking, water bath-baking, mini…
Or the box, rather.
If the standard use-case for a cell phone was blasting down rocky freeways, face first, at 70MPH then I would totally get the analogy. If the standard use-case for a windshield was sitting in a garage 90% of the time, only driving under 25MPH to the corner store once a day, I would totally get the analogy.
es, ladies and gentlemen, the day has finally come. I think I’ve made a good decision too.
As it appears in the title; This is my first 1:64 outdoor perspective work. Actually, I was a little disappointed that I couldn’t get the realism I wanted. Still, I will do my best to improve myself on this. What do you think about this subject?
American Excellence had a sale going on a few weeks ago so couldn’t help myself to some rather affordable Porsches. The RWB has been on my want list but not too high up.. However, at $70, it was a must.
I built this ‘84 Cadillac hearse from the Ecto-1 cast from the new movie.
This thing has really tipped my happiness scale.
Whose Skyline is this? It’s mines, of course!
I have found that black cars are the easiest to photograph outside
As I mentioned in previous posts: I’m motivated by your support and I’m trying to be better every day. It’s an honor for me if I can show you this.