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.
When I showed it last week during Car Week I didn’t have much time to write proper words to accompany this awesome car or take the photos it deserves. But what better day to try to make up for that than Teutonic Tuesday?
Once a year I get to splurge on a 1:18 for my birthday. Because this is a once a year occurrence, I have to make it count. Two years ago I got the Gozzy Kremer Porsche 935K3, last year I got the McLaren F1 GTR “Ueno Clinic,” and this year I went back to my 935 roots and went for the legendary #0 Interscope Racing…
Snow White... He’s been from Miami to Los Angeles and back, and now I’ve finally put the finishing touches on him (exhaust:D) I’ve shared a lot of pics with this 934.5, I hope I haven’t bored anyone. I’ve finished this GT3 RS, as well. It may be time for a new piece of traveling diecast for my upcoming voyage across…
As some of you might know I had a fellow Kinja-naut Jonee over last week from the USA. And he brought me some excellent goodies, both from France and the USA. Like this awesome Porsche 935 by Bburago.
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:
This my final post on the vintage 911 racers series TFritch started three weeks ago. I’m keeping the scale small today, another 1/64s. Not just Minichamps though.
Yes, I know it’s Friday, but I found these yesterday!!!!!!
A huge want arrived yesterday and today I was able to get some shots of this wonderful beast. Philipilihp may want to sit down first ;)
Hmmm... #1 Porsche is in the pits now for an hour already, not good. #2 Porsche just behind the Toyota #5, which is 1 lap behind it’s teammate #6. It’s definitely not a boring race, edition 2016. Time for bed now, will be a short night!
I failed to compete in yesterday’s topic as my only diecast from ‘Murica was still somewhere in storage. So I’ll try to make up for that by entering one of the most Teutonic monstrosities ever. A true number 1. The infamous Porsche 935.