The Outlaw-iest of my custom 356s! I have to still finalize the stance, after all this time, but I love the look of this ratty Outlaw.
I really like this 964 by Hot Wheels.
This is a really solid casting by MBX. A faithful replica of the “runny egg headlights” Porsche Turbo. And it’s so good that Matchbox is gonna release another variation of this model sometime this year.
After my little teaser just before the long Easter weekend I feel obliged to deliver on my promise.
I got his end of our trade yesterday and it was a real surprise! Our HWEP was for two cars but inside I found six! Here are the Teutonic ones, all from that famed town of Stuttgart:
There are only a few castings I really try to get all editions of, but the foremost of them is really the Hot Wheels Porsche 911 (997) GT2. And in honor of a recent addition, here is the full lineup as I have it right now.
A free Porsche is a great porsche!
Such a pain to detail, but it was all worth it. Black paint was applied on the bumper, window trim, mirrors and vents. The base was also painted black. My orange paint was horrible, hence the turn signals turned out badly. Will fix that soon, too.
While looking for decals for my 934.5, I kept coming across photos of the Porsche 935s with the same rear wing, but w/o the big rear fenders. I decided to try and make my own. It started with lining them up to see if it wouldn’t look horrible...
As Jobjoris and I decreed last week, the theme for today’s Teutonic Tuesday is the lovely (and frightening) Porsche 917. Let’s see em!
Finally found me some Majorettes last week, so I picked up the three pack containing a Renault Twingo, Alfa Romeo 4C Spyder, and this orange Jaguar F-Type, which just so happens to be one of the prettiest cars on the road today.
Arrived just in time for Teutonic Tuesday! Better photos/full post in the future.
I’m going to keep this post small, because Jobjoris already did a phenomenal job teaching, and Sn210 already did a phenomenal job going big with Exoto, so I’ll stick to the Matchbox and Hot Wheels 959s.
The VW wagon is not definitely up for trade. I’m still debating on that one. But the right offer might temp me to part with it since it doesn’t necessarily fit with my collection.
I took these photos on Saturday when it was beautiful outside, with every intention of posting them Sunday. But that didn’t happen, so here we are on Monday. And I still want to post them!
Inspired by the Amelia Island Porsche Werksreunion gathering I decided to pull my 356s together. I have a few more in the works and in various stages of planning, but this is turning into a nice lineup!