Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

Today we have the iconic Porsche 911. This car as you know from yesterday’s post was the successor to the 356. Porsche wanted something larger more powerful and comfortable. Little did Ferdinand “Butzi” Porsche know that his design would last Porsche so many decades. At 6500$ when the car reached North American shores it was surely not “crack pipe”. This model had about 128bhp making it a spirited performer. As with most normal 911s it had 4 seats ;) well kids or luggage in the back.

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Tomica Limited Vintage 911! What a beautiful car amazing classic proportions amazing paint metal grills plastic headlights rubber tires. These guys really went the extra mile the red detailed interior goes great with the grey exterior. The car has a fantastic springy suspension that’s the cats meow. TLV are masters of 1/64 and this car and its siblings are amazing. I am lucky to have 7 of these guys and think I am missing one standard 911. At this point their prices are absurd so my only chance of finding one is in Japan. Yes this is worth the 20 or so I spent on it and one of the best 911s I have. Kudos to Tomica for such artistry.

Thanks for looking

P.S. Yo booty be so wide and ride so low.

Illustration for article titled Tomica Limited Vintage 1/64 #1 - Projekt RennSport Käfer #4 - 1965 Porsche 911

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