I think my attempt at a Saleen S7 looks better with this SC windscreen piece.
It’s not quite finished yet, as the black slopes are just placeholders, and I need to add some tiles to the front and rear, but here’s my attempt at the “regular” Ferrari 288 GTO.
Bugatti Type 41 Royale
I need some feedback. Should I keep these flat sliver plates as bumpers on my 250 GT California Spyder? Or should I go back to these round plates?
I don't know why I put Penguin's hat and that white thing on this guy, but, I say it works given that he drives this car now :)
This isn’t based off of anything. The popo just needed something fast.
When I got the Ferrari Ultimate Garage set, I was most excited about the 250 GTO, but I also really like this 312 T4. Also, that FIAT logo makes me wonder if LEGO now has FCA licensing.
I tried to build an Aston Martin DBR1.
Dodge Shelby Dakota.
So, got a Bricklink order today, and, among the items that came was a torso I wanted for my mafia boss. So, here's ya go; My Lego mafia(so far). Obviously, since Lego has very few guns(the Tommys in the back are among them of course), gotta go to third parties to get weapons.
McLaren F1 police car.
Packard and Dusenberg 🧐
One of my favorite builders on YouTube put together a city scale Ferrari 250 LM. With the shorter fenders, I made it SC style so it fits in with my other cars
Before the Ferrari 250 GTO, there was the Ferrari 250 GT SWB Berlinetta. This car and its brethren are my favorite Ferraris of all time.
Smoking someone who challenges him, then ordering lunch from his favorite chef. It’s just a typical day for Bricozo Anselmo Ferrari.
1971 Plymouth Hemi Cuda Convertible. Only 11 1971 Hemi Cuda Convertibles were made, on top of the 14 made in 1970.
This is definitely not an illegal arms deal. Nothing to see here. Move along. (Since I've posted a police scene or two before, I figured it was time for the underworld to get a scene of its own)
I wish Norev had a 1:64 300 SLR as well, because these two are fantastic.
Because race cars.
Just when Garmadon thought he finally could win, MC Wu is back with his boys.
Got this card in the mail today.
Ferrari 250 LM. The 250 LM was the last Ferrari to take the overall win at Le Mans, doing so in 1965.
1931 Duesenberg Model SJ Disappearing Top Convertible Coupe
Bugatti Type 57 Ventoux Coupe. I want to make a couple of minor changes when the necessary parts arrive, but overall it’s the look I wanted. I also shortened the Atlantic by a stud and used SC wheels as placeholders until the tires arrive.
Slight changes to the pre-war Alfa Romeo. I hope to build more pre-war cars in the future.
Reminder that everybody in this imaginary LEGO city is a gearhead. Apparently.
Got those inverted curved slopes for my 250 GT TDF
Outside of the context of Batman/this movie/etc, I view this as a car that some super rich guy would have specifically made for himself.
JL ‘82 Mustang GT
Mission briefing. SWAT truck currently pending. (Background stuff also pending but I'm getting there)
Me: “I’m gonna build a Pagani Zonda Cinque when I have all the parts. “Also me: “I feel like having a LEGO minifigure that sorta resembles Horacio Pagani”
Ferrari 250 GT TDF
Modded the car I put together earlier. It looks so much better, at least for me.
1996 Dodge Viper RT/10 CS. Only 19 of these Shelby Vipers were produced.
When the car is more expensive than the house
Jaguar E-Type Lightweight
My attempt at a Ferrari 488 GTB. Rather humorous story behind this one.
I liked the half track vehicle from 7327, so I built one using the instructions, albeit with some minor differences.
Gullwing doors are present with a little bit of imagination.
When you just want pizza but your homie wants a side of Kalashnikovs instead of breadsticks. (They'll never suspect the pizza van)
1912 Baker Electric Model W Runabout
My attempt at the Pagani Zonda Revolucion.
1967-1973 Maserati Ghibli. I’m not satisfied with the rear canopy, but everything else looks fine. I definitely need to improve the area behind the windshield, though.
As expected, there wasn't any F&F cars at Wal-Mart. I did find this, though.
Originally, this started with me attempting to build the car from Palace Cinema. Then, I decided to mess around with it. I used larger wheels to make it somewhat of a hi-riser.
Came across this upcoming 5-pack on T-Hunted.
Nice to see an opening hood on Greenlight’s R34.
Damn, I wanted some baked universe.
Sensei Wu is here to announce that Cole and Lloyd have mastered Ninjago’s most sacred art; P.I.M.P
Is this a new type of curry?
Greenlight, just take my money already. (From ZA3)
31071 is a nice build for $10. A minifigure isn’t included, but 2 out of the 3 builds are minifigure compatible, which is nice to see.
From the streets to the jungle.
The hardest one yet; 1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B Mille Miglia Spyder.
Me: “I’m glad I have 75889 on the way.” Also me: “Let’s see if I can put together a minifigure that somewhat resembles Enzo Ferrari.”
Miura and Countach.
It seems that the shark repellent salesman has got himself into a bit of trouble....
Grandpa 50 years ago & grandpa in the present day. They say he’s still a beast on the track.
Some of my old school EX cards. I should have more somewhere.
Tfw you’re a few parts short but you have them coming so it’s all good.
I was gonna use the dark gray wheels and those tires for something else, but I actually really like how these look on the Atlantic. What do you think? Keep the SC wheels and and tires or go with these?
When there’s a dinosaur, a dragon, and a time traveler but nobody cares because classic Ferraris.
You know you're in big trouble with the mob when the boss himself showed up.
This is cool
This definitely needs more work, but, here’s my first attempt at the Jaguar XJ220 S TWR.
Cole and Lloyd are back with new rides.
Chaparral 2E Chevrolet
Brabus tuned Bugatti EB110 SS. The EB110 and the Type 35 are my personal favorite Bugattis of all time.
Ferrari 340 Mexico Vignale Berlinetta
Got this in the mail today.
Winged Porsche 550 Spyder
The new method of policing the backwoods, courtesy of the sheriff.
An automotive legend in the palm of your hands.
What would you like to order?
Randomly going through some cards when I spotted this artwork. Does this look like the face of mercy?
I don't get M2 that much anymore, but, this Auto-Drivers Roadrunner was too cool to pass up. The M2 models without any opening features usually tend to fare better QC wise.
1936 Auto Union Type C. 520 horsepower with a top speed of 195 mph, or 314 km/h.
Swapped the wheels between these two a couple of days ago.
I love how this minifigure came out. It's pretty much the look I wanted. Plus, he's got his car behind him.
Mean looking Impala
You never know where inspiration will come from. Lamborghini Countach Pace Cars were actually a thing. (Hachiroku’s Countach build but done differently).
This is way too cool.
I think I like the dark bluish grey rims on the Cobra better than the black ones. Also, I decided to replace the red stripe with a blue one. I thought it would be cool if it had the opposite color scheme of the Cobra Daytona.
If I had to pick one favorite out of all the cars I have built myself, I would have to go with the Ferrari 288 GTO Evoluzione.
1933 Packard Twelve Convertible Victoria
300 SLR and W196 Streamliner
The food suit minifigures would make good mascots for certain store and restaurant MOCs.
We finally meet, Cars & Donuts. (Mail arrival)
Been messing around with my attempted XJR-15 build in an attempt to improve it.
Batman is annoyed because his cowl and cape wouldn't fit inside his new Bugatti.
Mercedes-Benz W196 Streamliner
Lloyd's new ride. Even ninjas need a nice set of wheels. (The origin of this car is Hachiroku24's video on his F&F Monte Carlo build, so just pretend Lord Garmadon is a Ford guy, and Lloyd is a Chevy guy.)
Mail arrivals. This JL has been in the package since 2000. Time to free it.
Did a wheel swap on the LM002 from my last post, thus making it the third member of the Lambo black pack.
Ever since I started re-watching Chicago P.D, I wanted a Hank Voight like minifigure in my imaginary Lego City. This torso came from 76082(with flesh hands), which I wanted for my plain clothes police lieutenant minifigure.
Pagani Zonda Revolución
Made several changes to my Ferrari F355 Berlinetta. Much more pleased with it now.
Tired of all those pesky sharks ruining your beach vacation? Sick of sharks somehow invading the river while you fish? Hi, I'm Dick Grayson, and, you need Shark Repellent! (Doesn't Shark Repellent sound like one of those as seen on T.V. items to anyone else?)
My first two CMF 17s! I like both of these, but, I will be using that extra minifigure head shown for the Circus Strongman.
First post here. No idea what to say, so here's a quad of blue ovals. Red GT40 does have some paint issues on the roof, but, it would be insulting if I didn't include one of my all time favorite 1:1 cars with its children.
The Alfa 33 Stradale’s rear has been modded yet again. It’ll do for now.
This Pagani Zonda build could not fit a minifigure with the roof on, and I didn’t like how it look with a taller windshield. I just now realized that I can just omit the roof and have a Zonda C12 Roadster.
I thought it would be appropriate to place the new official Lego machete next to the Brickarms machete.
A black Gumpert Apollo S(at least an attempt at a Gumpert Apollo S) joins the Vulcan and S7. I felt the Apollo S was a bit long, so I shortened it on both ends for this end result.
My favorite Pokémon. Hopefully, it gets a GX, because I love the artwork on GX cards.
I dug out this Sesto Elemento, and while I’m not big on these wheels, the casting itself is decent. This would make a nice premium release.
Three of the new moulds from CMF 17, and, the new surfboard print from CMF 17. These highlight the biggest reason why I look forward to CMF releases: New prints and new pieces. What are some of your favorite pieces/moulds/prints that debuted in a CMF release?
Added white stripes to the official SC Z/28 that I lowered a long while back. Also, I will be attempting to build a ‘63 Corvette Grand Sport Roadster next.
Apparently, CMF 17 really likes me. 4 different figures+2 duplicates. Each of the 4 was one I wanted. The vet is no exception.
Alright, I think I’m finally satisfied with my F40 LM.
Try conquering Ninjago now, Garmadon.
I should add more full arts to the collection.
Rebuilt my Mercedes-Benz 190E 2.5 16 in Speed Champions style.
My attempt at a Gumpert Apollo S was my third SC supercar MOC. It has gone through several changes since.
Tried to build a six wide Bentley Mulsanne in white.
“There’s a lot of designing, testing, and trial runs behind every new innovation or new performance record. How do I know? My name is Carroll Shelby and performance is my business.”
1962 Pontiac Catalina Super Duty
It arrived :D
Mail arrival. My favorite generation of Corvette.
This paint job on the Kafer Racer is really nice.
2 for 1: My attempts at building a McLaren Senna and a Ferrari 250 GT California Spyder.
Introducing the Lego Bureau of Investigation, a.k.a the LBI, a.k.a feds, a.k.a suits.
WIP: Pagani Zonda Cinque.
Reworked Saleen S7(blue) with my three most recent builds.
2013 vs 2016.
The BMW i3 may not be an enthusiast’s ideal car, but, it’s a well executed Matchbox model.
Miura, 250 LM, and GT40
1902 Mercedes Simplex
Forget fries, would you like fancy doors with that?
Modified a previous build I had put together via tutorial. I wanted it to resemble a CCXR.
When you fishing but you realize you came to the wrong neighborhood.
Maserati Ghibli again. The hinge enabled me to get the rear shape I wanted to get. The gap is unfortunate, but I don’t think I could get the rear shape without the hinge.
This is one amazing Greenlight casting.
1963 Aston Martin DP215. There was only one DP215 every built.
Johnny Lightning Aston Martin V12 Vanquish
A clearer image of my Fairlady Z 432.
Work from a pizza van they said. It would be fun they said.
I found a Ferrari 599XX GTO build a while back, and there were actually instructions for it.