Welcome to minigarage! Here we shall see beuatiful and powerful microscale cars - mostly real ones - buckle up!
About this creation
Here, babes and drivers, is The Shade. It's a 1980s Ford Bronco, made to resemble a tough little car - and, in this case, quite a powerful one, too. It has around 430 hp, enough to send you hurtling towards the horizon, squeezed back into the bottom of the seats :) Fear no mountains nor hills, with this baby! It has Flowmaster exchausts, black leather seats, a front-mounted 4.7 l. V8, and rusty black steelie rims. In case you didn't know, that's a slang terms for the thing that's under the hubcap. The wheel, it's called :D The Bronco might be a bit similar to the microscale one I made to join my Italian Job vignette... Although named after a quiet summer spot under a little tree, trust me, this is no such thing.
The Scion T.C.! Lucky for the name, it stands for T.rack C.ar! This bolid speeds around the Nurburgring in under 7 seconds - although not the fastest, it's faster than a hockey puck. On the Nurburg rink :D By the way, try not to drool too much. It has Recaro seats, Recaro brakes, Rozzi rims, and a length of and inch. That's huge :@ It's supercharged, as you can probably see; the hump on the hood clearly states that. Since this car is a track car, it was made for fast pit stops. You can change the color by just changing trhe body panels... Black rims make it look agressive; so you can count on Murcielago drivers raising their eyebrows at you in the rearview mirrors :) This car, is to end clearly, no slouch. Wait... is it tipping :?
The 2009 Ferrari California! I though I'd make that sometime! I really think it came out sweet! The Ferrari California, as many car geeks know, is the first Ferrari ever to have a front mounted V8. That will be history, for sure :D It has beige suede seats, real chrome Prancing Horse logos on, and... you can't forget the engine I mentioned... Rev it loud! By the way; listen to this video: It has cool music and cool Ferrari sounds :) I actually, really, really think that this inch of plastic just may be one of my finest Lego creations to date. The engine has a 0-100 km.ph time of less than 4 seconds, with the sweet V8 that willingly pumps out way over 400 hp - this is, without saying twice, a very fast car. Qoute Jeremy Clarkson, my idol, "You may expect it to sound like a cello played by angels in a Vatican ceiling - but trust me, it doesn't." This is the new Ferrari - so make a big wazoo out of it - because it needs one.