these are really cool i dont have much experience with lego and i only usually buy racers if i have an extra 7 bucks and see what i can come up with but these are way better mainly becuase of the fact i suck at system but these are epic very nice colour coordination these look pretty realistic so there cool
I'm not familiar with all the parts you use here. But I do recognize the greatness of these minimal designs. My favourite of yours were always the small cars, this is something to remember on once again.
Hi Joe, seems that you about as active as George Staples, what a way to come out of a brickblock-MOCblock, or in Dutch : Lego-block ( Dutch translation of a Lego part is 'Legoblok' :-) ) I know at the end of a long day my puns aren't that sharp :-) . Anyway, about the cars: I like the color schemes of the cars, make them really sporty. The yellow one has a sincerely spot on GT40 front, the orange has the best rear I saw in a 4 wide. Roof is like a Ferrari breadvan... Congratz on being in competition with Angka !!!
Thanks guys :) Really please you like them. The rear of the orange one and the front of the yellow are my favourite parts. @ Nils – Thanks, you have probably noticed the front of the yellow and orange ones use a similar technique to your latest Porsche. I am also building a mini 911 but it still needs a little work. As you know it is so much easier building concepts (at this scale) than building real life cars. Thanks for the inspiration :).
Orange, Lemon and Lime :-) These are Ace! I like them all and can't really choose a favourite. And Joost is right, stop being modest! As good as anything i've seen. I like Joosts idea for a transporter use panels so the trailor doesn't have to be too wide. I've got about 10 Tiny Turbos lying around, I must get round to posting them.
Come on, Joe, don't be overmodest! Those three beauties are awesome! I can't say which one I like most, but I can say which details I like most: The combination of front fenders with the transparent cheese wedges on the yellow and the orange one and the rear end of the green one. I'd like to use one of these details on one of my next 4-wides (with credits, of course!). The black/neon colour scheme is cool, too. And I agree, they definitely need a transporter, a cool black one, of course (maybe with light blue stripes). And as they are test cars the transporter has to have a closed box (more like Tom's Mercedes than your Fiat). Great job! What a nice way to "treat" your MOCblock! :-))
Thanks Thomas I think a black transporter is needed ;). @ Ape - haha a point for each car ;). All genuine lego pieces. The gold ones came with a Lightning McQueen set and the silver ones I got from Bricklink a few months ago.