Classic Porsche 911 Targa in gorgeous black and gold | The Brothers Brick
A few months ago, we featured the Arvo Brothers‘ beautiful white Porsche 911 Targa. The Spanish duo have since revamped and recolored their design in the iconic black and gold color scheme prevalent in the 70’s, and it’s definitely worth another look. While identical in shape to the rear of the white version from this […]
Design mainly belongs to ZetoVince and his Kart. I've been inspired by all of the little MicroKarts going around lately and wanted to build my own and I found ZetoVince's original kart that started it all and wanted to build one for myself. Love the design! Main things that I added/changed was a BrickArms M2 barrel for an exhaust pipe and a Kreo cheese slope for a radiator. Let me know what you think!
History Kart racing in the streets of East Berlin in 1963Art Ingels is generally accepted to be the father of karting. A veteran hot rodder and a race car builder at Kurtis Kraft, he built the first kart in Southern California in 1956. Karting has rapidly spread to other countries, and currently has a large following in Europe. The first kart manufacturer was an American company, Go Kart Manufacturing Co. (1958). McCulloch was the first company, in 1959, to produce engines for karts. Its…
Lego 1971 Alfa Romeo Montreal - 02
Launched in 1970, the Montreal was a move upmarket for Alfa Romeo, pairing striking bodywork (designed by Marcello Gandini for Bertone) with a race-bred V8 engine. Unfortunately, the Montreal didn't quite live up to the sum of its parts, the V8 was thirsty, performance was relatively slow and handling stodgy - it did however look great. This little build was quite a challenge, starting with the notion of using the 1x2 slope with slots to replicate the trademark b-pillar slats, some other…