The 1988 model 964 of the German classic sports car Porsche 911 in 4-wide scale.
About this creation
For me the model 964 is one of the most beautiful models of the Porsche 911. It combines the classic almost vertical headlights with new aerodinamic bumpers. So I chose this one to build a 4-wide Porsche 911.
This one was tough! I've built 12 different models with LDD until I made this one. What is more important, I built model #6 sometimes in August but wasn't really satisfied with it. So I stopped it for some weeks. After building the Countach in the bottle I had kind of a MOCblock (thanks, Joost, for the word) and no real idea what to build next. Finally I had a new idea for the front of this car and restarted building it. Then the rest was quite easy.
Enough words, here are some more photos:
Side view: The iconic shape of the 911
Rear left view
Rear view, details
Front view, details
Bonus picture: Headlights
This detail needed the most time during the whole design process. I tried a lot of different combinations of bricks before I found this one.
So this is my 4-wide LEGO Porsche 911 model 964. I hope you like it! :-))
Great job! That idea for the headlights is very ingenuitive and also very realistic. Well done! that is one of the best 4-wide 911's ive ever seen! Truly Magnificent! love all the little details on the rear too. Keep it up! (BTW No.1 was from 1991 and i couldn't do a 31 so i left it as that) :)
Amazingly accurate for such a small scale!!Very well done!I like the overall shape and front end looks like real!Keep up the great work!P.s i added the new topic into my group of 80s and 90s cars!Check it out!;D
Like everyone else said, this is great! You always manage to cram so much detail into your four wides and this one's not an exception. The front lights are lovely, and the shape is spot on. Wonderful work!
The light technique is fabulous! As a result, the whole front end is very well shaped. My only qualm is the c-pillars; I think it might look better to use some 4x1 curved slopes instead of 3x1s - it would make the slope more gradual. Other than that, it's beautiful :)