That's my next 4-wide car (you have probably find out).
This time, next model of Samurai, my fictional JDM manufacturer.
I collect Hot Wheels (I'm a serious collector, not LEGO only, I've got about 170 Hot Wheels) and I bought one last week.
It was Nissan Skyline R30 and I instantly loved it.
I love all classic and Japanese cars.
Especially classic Japanese cars.
Have you ever seen Toyota 2000GT from James Bond?
Or Datsun 240z?
Or Daihatsu Midget?
Eh, Midget isn't the best, but all old JDMs are cool.
So I built custom one, based on my new Hot Wheels.
Two tone paint with gold accents look pretty classy.
You probably think that I put slope with sticker there because I've got lack of bricks.
But this is Japanese number plate.
Without numbers, to be honest, but still cool!
Little yellow logo.
Its a two door coupe.
With a loooong hood in 60's GT style.
Ignore Italian license plate.
This slope with exhaust sticker is quite interesting.
It could be Acura's headlight.
Or, in couple with same one, an Audi logo!
I will use it for this soon.
Drifting with his little bro!
Tires with coloured smoke...
Why no one has made them for Lego cars?
I love them.
You could buy some real ones.
600 pounds for one item.
Now, the instructions!
The Stig is drifting away...
...or Pimp my Ride?
Now, bonus shots from my holidays:
I guess there's a song about olive trees, but I prefer this photo.
Darkness overload... Samurai looking from above...
...and watched from above!
Lovely view from my room...
Now with company - C-SV and Peugeot 205 (now uploading it)