I made this beauty 2-3 months ago and i was waiting for a proper idea for photoshooting...but as you can see i ended up with nothing so i decided to do a plain photoshoot like this!
It's pure lego creation (no cuts, no glues etc.) except for the white painted tires!
Wheels assembly: 6014b+51011+50945
The wheels are fully functional and the chassis stands about 1mm from the ground!
It fits two minifig heads with short haircuts.
The P***y Magnet
If you are patient enough to make a replica or a modified one please let me know or post it somewhere on the web and then let me know ;)
I went through Jacobs fantastic list part by part with the pics and there are some bad part numbers (not found on pick a brick). I think I found all the substitutions, i have an updated list for folks. I will post back here once the order shows up and I am sure I can build it as described.
Fantastic build Zeto, thanks.
I'm currently building a blue one, (with a few modifications) but what part number is the slick tire you stretch on? Only thing I don't know.. the 50945 tire is tiny :S how do you stretch it that much.. unless that part isn't it.
Let me know, Thanks
Quoting Coopa Brother
CAN YOU PLZ MAKE A BETTER TUTORIAL, I DONT UNDERSTAND ANYTHING :p
Sorry i will not, i've already invested enough time on making instructions about it. No more.
If you invest time building lego you will eventually figure it out.
After all i have some copies of the model available if you want one.
think these are, I have them just ordered:) www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=50945 and www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=6014b
I thought at first this: www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=6014ac01 but those could not go under the rear mudguards
Quoting pieter Borst
Hi, it is very beautiful! I'm also going to make it by myself but I am stuck. The wheels? which one should I use? Like detail!
Thank you, why are you stuck? Use the wheels i used too! You cannot use any other if you follow the instructions, these wheels are the only ones fit in this model, unless you want to modified the model
Quoting jason vinod
can u email me the intrsuctions at firstname.lastname@example.org pls
ps:nice porsche,i really like it.
You can simply save these images to your computer! Why should i send you an e-mail?
p.s. you need to show some respect here my friend, you can't just ask for things and then adding a p.s. with a nice blah blah blah like you noticed the last moment that you admire the work you asking for!
Quoting Ian Waddill
Need help on how to connect the 2 long beams for he headlights.. They won't stay!!
Thanks for your kind words my friend!
If i understand what you mean,
the beams don't have to connect to the curved brick, they just be inserted in the holes and will stay there when you complete the model!
If you play with gravity will manage it easily
Nice work! My dad has a 911 (although not a 930 turbo, a '78 911SC) and this is an accurate reproduction. The whale tail works well, the flared arches are integrated nicely and the headlights are beautiful.
Thank you for posting instructions for your excellent 930. I built my own with a slightly different interior as I had problems with the front clip to car body connection. The studs on my dash board ended up facing the front toward the front of the car! Check it out at:
Amazing! It is also awesome that you integrated instructions into the page! It is convenient (other than using the no longer more LDD and flickr, which I don't have), and you are probably one of the first people I have seen on MOCPages who did this! Keep up the good work! Also, stay safe in Athens!
Oh yes, you've finally posted it here, too. On the LEGO Car Blog there was a Link to your Flickr page and I was hoping to see it here, soon. For me that is the best 6-wide Porsche 911 I've seen on MOCpages. Your building technique is unique and the result is just awesome. I never thought that with a 6-wide model you could get so close to the shape of a classic Porsche 911. Great job! :-))
Quoting Matthew Sylvan
Looks very realistic. I built one myself using your instructions and I found the front really weak. However, I found a better way to fix it. Anyway, this is a really good replica.
Thanks, i think it is a bit weak (not really weak) and i'm really interested if you could show us a better structure for this "problem"!
This is fantastic. Very accurate and very clever techniques. Love the mix of basic and technical elements. I am definitely going to try and recreate this style of building. Thanks for the inspiration and instructions.