From 1976 to 1981, the factory entered Porsche 936 won the 24 Hours of Le Mans three times with Jacky Ickx ('76, '77, '81), thus each of the three original chassis won once. The Porsche 936 was a racing car introduced in 1976 by Porsche as a delayed successor to the Porsche 908, a three litre sportscar prototype which was retired by the factory after 1981. Its name came from using a variant of the Porsche 930's turbocharged engine, as well as competing in Group 6 racing. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Porsche_936
Hey Malte! I can't believe how little attention this has had! Maybe it's because the kiddies don't know about this fine car. I think this is my favourite of all your Porsches. I have a question for you regarding HTML. I want to update my homepage with some new pictures and want to link to the page if you click on the picture as on the Classic Race Teams group and your page. Any help would be much appreciated :-) Oh and btw, my 917/30 is most discussed at the moment :-D
Quoting Rolands Kirpis
Hi old firend! I just wanted to say that I'm very impressed and I seem to be very inspired from your work. The result you can see here:
BTW. Why don't you join us at LUGNuts on flickr. It's lot of fun there and you'd get even more popular.
@ szabolcs gömöri, Guxinetick Models, Ryan Link, Vibor Cavor, Francisco Hartley, Bricksonwheels MOC, Henrik Hoexbroe, Victor ruiz, Todd Wilder, Dohoon Kim, MortalSwordsman ., Nick Barrett, Iain Marsh, Connor Simpson, R. H., H a v l, Lego Builders, Sabby M. ... THANK YOU ladies and gentlemen ;-)
Always a pleasure to see what you come up with, in this case, especially on the interior of the car with the whole "framework" visible, very cool! Also, I like the curvy stripes along the top, just great!
Great stuff. I like your other models better but this one is also a beauty. I don't know if those engine and construction details are true to the original but you can fool me with it anytime. It looks very real to me. Bravo!
Again very well done. You are certainly pumping out replicas at an amazing raet! ;-)
Again, the Martini striping and curvature is very well done. I epecially like how you made the front wheel-arc/inner 90º corner.
The interior details are again extremely well done (quickly becoming my favorite part of your mocs, together with "creative curves" of the bodies), and the MOC looks far btter with the body off, than on.