Thought I would do a multi layer tie-in with this post. I used my orange 2002 as a salute to Carter Kramer (@enthusiastgarage instagram) as he preps his 2002 for his trip from NY to Monterey.
or seems like it. Presenting my BMW 2002 with some detailing.
It’s not quite finished. I feel like it needs more orange. Maybe orange wheels.
Still not full up to speed in the new year but as we’re probably doing new year’s resolutions, here’s mine. I’m gonna finish my 1:1 2002. I really will. It’s not yellow so I better get another vintage Polistil.
My last 1/43 2002 for today, and the one you’d least like to see in the mirror circa 1972.
Last week TFritzl mögt 99 prozent des Wagenparks nicht showed another 02 and we agreed to make today another official Teutonic Two Thousands Twosday. He didn’t show an actual 2002 though and this one ain’t an official 2002 either.
It should really be a Sixteen Oh Twosday, because this is the 2002's baby brother, the same car with a 1.6L M10. That makes this model sort of a combination of the 2002s I’ve had, as my first was a gray ‘68 1600-2, and the one I’ve had since ‘99 or so is a red ‘68 2002. Someday when I unearth it I’ll get some shots…
If you’ve read my blog on the Datsun 510 BRE, I indicated that it was known as the ‘Poor Man’s BMW’. Now let’s explore another race car, this time a BMW with the wonderful BMW 2002 ti, Winner of the 24 Hrs of Nürburgring 1970, #36 Hans-Joachim Stuck by Minichamps.
Super happy about this one, scored from DiecastSelect’s sale. I’m ashamed to admit, but this is my first proper model 2002, and I’ve had a 1:1 in my life since 1995. The fact that this was signed by and piloted by one of my all-time driving heroes makes it even better.
I know this question need not be asked but hey, I figure since I revealed my first package from my previous post with a question, why not start with another one.
Even though i am from Bavaria, i am not a big fan of BMW. But the classic cars from BMW are really cool, especially the 2002. I got this nice HotWheels-diecast last week and the BMW-logo was a present from my buddy Tom.
This is one I like to keep it around because it reminds me of my own stagnant project in the garage. It’s a well-worn Playart 2002 in some scale smaller than 1:64. given to me probably 15 years ago by the owner of a 2002 specialty shop. Needs everything, as they say.
Ok, so I first off would like to apologize to anyone I’ve currently got an HWEP going with. I’ve been trying to finish up deals here and there and make one big trip to Post Office, which should hopefully be tomorrow. Again, I do apologize for the delay. My schedule just won’t allow for multiple trips right now with…
Happy Tuesday everyone! Yesterday I was granted authorship privileges here (thank you, Philipilihp) and it just so happened that I also had an essay to work on. Being that I am a natural procrastinator extraordinaire, I decided to do a miniature photoshoot with my miniature BMWs and introduce myself.