Japanese Porsche tuner RWB (RAUH-Welt Begriff) has earned quite a reputation for building some wild retro German machines. Massive spoilers, bright paint and extreme widebodies are all a part of the plan for a shop that promises exclusivity with only one car per customer.
Malte You are one of the only people I know who can make a Lego car that I can not find a flaw, of any kind, in, your Porsche here is so perfect, and so ingeniously designed, that I can not believe my eyes, Mr. Ferdinand Porsche would be so proud to see it if he were alive today, that I don't know what he would do, something amazing I would imagine, and for all us Lego builders out here, we can't believe our eyes with these perfect, extremely complicated new designs & techniques you have used, and are so jealous of you ability to constantly think of new ones, that I am sure everyone of us knows that Porsche could make an extremely crazy out of this world design, and you could get every detail of it with LEGO in a small scale, I don't know how you do it, but I am astonished by your amazing Lego abilities! :D Now go out there and build another!!!
Congratulations on 100 likes and on getting #1 on the homepage. The details are simply amazing. The minifig fans as the splitters/winglets on the front and the tires encircling the headlights are very clever. -LB Jr.
I have to agree with Cars Lover, you are on a completely different scale from the rest of us. This superb Porsche is even better than your usual, your nack of finding great uses for uncommon pieces have mixed with terrific technic functions and amazing SNOT work to make the best lego car possible. Truly awe-inspiring, 5/5
This is just spectacular. Very accurate. I love the functionality. Some great parts usage in there to get the fenders correct. The interior is perfect, and I love the engine. The details just blow my mind. Absolutely fantastic piece of work.
You have so many brilliant techniques! The steering for one! I never would have guessed that's how you get away with not using a u-joint. The door hinges are also a concept I admire. The minifigure cape that wraps around the dash cluster is a very clever use of part. And I was confused on how you got the suspension to work until I saw the rubber band shot. Nice! Aaaaand, the green calipers beneath the wheels was a nice touch. My favorite part of this creation is your generosity. You not only amaze with your building techniques, but disassemble and show how you got them to work. I hope you know that you're teaching many of us on MOCPages. Thanks.
You are amazing. My squeals of childlike joy were only matched by the ridiculous amount of details you put in this. Porsche itself is my favorite brand, specially the 911, and RWB is like my holy grail.
Serious love from a purest enthusiast. Best Lego Porsche.. No best Lego vehicle I've ever seen.
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Simply stunning! Such masterful use of capes and cherries and droid hands and flex tube and all the other bonkers pieces you've included. And steering!? AND suspension!?! Easily your best IMO. This is what every Lego car should strive to be.
Wow, what a fantastic build! The colour! The interior! The detailing! The steering! The suspension! And the colour! Sorry, went a bit over the top there ;) An astonishing build, your cars just get more and more impressive! The use of the little wheels as dials is brilliant, and the rest of the interior is stunning. A seriously cool creation!
Coolest creation of yours. The color is unique and the building technique of you is also very new. It is amazing that the wheel arches are so close to the wheel but it is still steerable! It would be hard to have some space in it. Great model! I like it!
Malte has a new wheelarch technique! ;) It looks fantastic! I don't know how you can ever disappoint. All of the smallest details (like a fig-scaled fan in the bumper?! :0) And lovely colourscheme, too! Suspension is also amazing and the lines are immeadiatly Porsche-recognizable... And the engine... This has to be your best model yet, I can't see anything that I dislike. Amazingly amazing done!