Martini Racing is the name under which various motor racing teams raced when sponsored by the Martini & Rossi distillery that produces Martini vermouth. Martini's sponsorship program began in 1968. The race cars are marked with the distinctive dark blue, light blue and red stripes on (most often) white or silver cars.
Wird der VW T1 in den englischsprachigen Ländern nicht 'Splittie' genannt? Wegen der geteilten Frontscheibe (split window). Bulli wird der dort nicht genannt weil das negativ behaftet ist, wegen mobbing=bullying und so. Wie auch immer super MOC, sogar noch besser als der weiss-rote von Lego direkt. 5/5
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My other comment didn't go through I guess...:( Anyways, this is a real beauty, I love the stripes that go around the car. I literally stared at the sliding door picture for 10 minutes, wondering if I was in lego heaven. :)
About Porsche I don't have to say anything because everything has already been said about it. The VW van has great details inside concerning mechanical tools and gear and all but the van itself is not a treat. It reminds me too much of that VW van exclusive set in its form and technique, but that's just me.
Great variation of the original T1 model with a cool new interior and an ingenious mechanism for the "sliding" door (thanks for the last picture!). The detailed equipment is so cool. And as the Camper Van design is already very good I don't think there was a big need to "reinvent the wheel" for a T1 design in that scale. You've added some cool new details, too, especially the new door handles. Great job! :-))
Excellent! -and it´s not a Porsche, although it´s still Porsche-related... You seem to have gone partly with the #10220 oficial Lego Bulli which is a shame, as I think you could have done much better with an original design.