Another “fun” project and this time, its a real hark back in time to a really great toy; Playmobil, but with a twist! My kids, (who are all mature “thirty somethings”) now all loved playing with a variety of play-sets … Continue reading Playmobil GT3 Porsche – Jaegermeister!!
I am always drawn to the Jordan B&H livery – yellow cars with those wonderful nosecones – such iconic images and overall one of the most attractive and striking liveries on the F1 grid. Continue reading Mini Canvasses WIP Jordan Noses!
One of the most (if not THE most) famous “Lids” in the history of F1 – Ayrton Senna’s iconic yellow helmet with the blue and green bands combining to make up the Brazilian notional colours. Continue reading “Ayrton Senna Helmet Mini -Canvas”
Left over from an old Otaki (or perhaps Tamiya) plastic kit I came across an incomplete engine in my spares stash. Never one to pass up a bit of inventive (fantasy!) plumbing, I set to work by adding some additional wires, cables and tubes! Continue reading “BMW engine 1/24 scale”
Maserati 250F engine strapped to a wooden pallet / trolley. The engine is a metal casting from the Italian company Revival Miniatures (to which I have added some extra detail and plumbing). Continue reading “Maserati 250F engine 1/20 scale”
Anthony Colin Bruce Chapman – hence the interlinking letters in the Lotus emblem:= ACBC ! Continue reading “Colin Chapman 1/43 JPS Lotus”
Two more additions to my limited run of 1/43 rd scale metal figures. I’ve blocked in the main colours and more shading and blending will be applied together with some decals for the Chapman figure. I will also add the communication connectors for his headset and microphone. Continue reading “Donald Campbell & Colin Chapman – WIP minifigures”
Safety standards have come a long way in all classes of Motor sport over the last 40 years, and in particular; Formula 1. Continue reading “Monaco Flag Marshal – 1/43 figure WIP”
I picked up this Minichamps diecast at a swap meet some time back. Broken from it’s base, missing a wheel, and with it’s box in tatters I took it home (against my better judgement) with the intention of performing a rescue of sorts. Continue reading “Williams FW19 diecast rescue”
A classic luggage rack on the back of a Ferrari 250 California seems to me to always look cool and sophisticated. One with the ultimate piece of luggage attached well, that would be just super cool! Continue reading A case for Enzo – the ultimate luggage!