Volkswagen T1 Esso Service | “canvas” pick-up

Put a tiger in your tank!* This VW Type 2 T1 “canvas” pick-up is the LEGO replica of a real T1 registered in 1956 in The Netherlands. It was used by the M.v. Noord, a little company based in Amstelveen (close to Amsterdam) that sold and delivered petroleum for...

Steampunk “T” | ’23 Ford T-bucket

This build is an unexpected machine... a '23 Ford T-bucket in pure Steampunk-ish style. This little machine features classic T-Bucket elements - an oversize small-block V-8, a short and reinforced chassis, drag slicks, "T" style radiator - mixed with Steampunk...

“Blue Bull” Space Tank at the maintenance hangar

This Space Tank is a "small class" unit inspired by WWI English tank Mark I. Colors and style are clearly based on LEGO Classic Space series.Named "Blue Bull" due to the stocky shape, it's equipped with a huge long-range gun and with a little gun machine right below...

Fire Truck | ’67 Chuck Miller’s Ford C-cab

This crazy machine is my LEGO replica of the well known "Fire Truck" , a Show Rod designed in 1967 by legendary Chuck Miller . Miller founded Styline Customs in Detroit in the late 1960s, specialized in building custom and concept cars designed to attract attention...

Beer Wagon | ’67 Tom Daniel Mack Bulldog

During the seventies, in the United States, an unusual car trend spread: the "Show Rods". This kind of cars, built from the ground up, were distinguished by an unconventional design, brilliant colors and amazing craftsmanship. Their engines were extremely powerful,...

Norton74 ’32 Ford “Tow Rod”

Take a classic '32 Ford Hot Rod, paint the whole machine in bright yellow, add a crane on the back and you've got the weirdest Tow Rod ever created! My latest work is based on my previous Ford Roadster cutomized with a classic LEGO crane from early era. I love using...

“Green T” – ’23 Ford T-bucket

Even if I don't live in "The Golden State" I love the strange vehicles called "T- buckets". Seeing these Buckets moving from a beach to another is very usual in California, where I live a little bit less…Anyway, the "Green T" is my pride and joy (especially...

’32 Ford Roadster: classic choice.

This ’32 Ford roadster is probably one of the most classic and iconic “old school” Hot Rod around. Recently people has discovered again the old school Hot Rods with their smooth design, classic colors and without frills. Original and vintage Hot Rods are considered...

Brionvega TS502 – Radio Cubo 1964

In 1964 Brionvega, the italian manufacturer of high quality professional and home projection systems, launched on the market the Radio Cubo (TS502).A total new brand vision, a line you have never seen. New and amazing colors. You open it and you realize it doesn't...

Scooter Shop | Dream Garage

Officina Super Sprint turns twenty in 2015 and to pay tribute for this important anniversary I built the LEGO model of the shop.Officina Super Sprint is a Vespa specialized workshop. It was founded in 1995 by two friends, one of them is also an AFOL (Adult Fan Of...

VW T2 sandblasted bodywork

This is one of the oddest VW transporter I’ve built in the past few months.
It’s a sandblasted T2 bodywork ready to be painted. In the picture you can take a look at the bodywork side by side with my previous VW T2 pick-up. I also shot a picture in my workshop.

’23 Ford T-Bucket

It isn’t easy seeing Hot Rod or T-Bucket where I live and honestly I was never interested about Kustom Kulture world (I did not even know what they was …). Then I saw some models of other international LEGO builders and I was impressed. I like especially the...

VW T1 Snowcat Adventuremobile

VW’s van has been a favorite of surfers, tradesmen, hippies, couriers, families and more. It has also been popular with customizers. However, few T1s have been altered quite as radically as the white one above. An Austrian engineer recently retrofitted a 1966 VW Bus...

Volkswagen T2 Bay | “Surfer pick-up”

After my previous VW T1 Road Service I decided to design and create the model that replaced it, the iconic VW T2, introduced in late 1967 and built in Germany until 1979. The T2 is also called Bay or Bay Window. I personally prefer the T2 than the T1, in my opinion...

Volkswagen Workshop | Garage Life

Besides my passion for LEGO bricks I've always been involved in vintage car and motorcycle issues and I have always been fascinated by “garage life”. So after having built the last few years almost exclusively 1/13 scale trucks I devoted myself to a new project: a...

Scania LB 141 “Pat Duffy”

Once finished the 1/13 scale SCANIA LB 140 (the yellow and blue one) as usual I decided to start designing a “brother” with a different motorization and a new colour scheme. In October 2012 I found in a forum for English truckers a SCANIA LB 141 with a very...

Volvo F12: LEGO Vs Pocher

Few weeks ago I presented the red VOLVO F12 (1/13 scale model). As I said, to design and build this big tractor truck I’ve used the huge 1/8 scale model released in 1987 by Pocher (historic Italian brand of static model making, failed few years ago and now bought by...

Scania LB 140

This huge tractor truck is the fifth model of my 1:13 LEGO truck series: the glorious SCANIA LB 140, launched in 1969 by the Swedish manufacturer during the Frankfurt Truck Exhibition. Under the cab it has the legendary V8 engine with 352 HP.This 140 was registered in...

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