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!