I must say the devil is in the details, and man this model is devious! Nicely executed, I liked how you used Lego cups for the headlight assembly what specific wheel assemblies did you use, I'm currently constructing an early 1900's rig and was wanting some nice tall skinny wheels to complete the look.
Also when do we get to find out on how you pulled off the slant/angle on the wheels?
wow! that s an elegant solution for the fenders! it s awesome from any angles, very impressive, incredibly stylish, you make me want to build myself one for Cybercity, but, I don t have these great wheels, some day!
@Henrik: Thanks a lot! @My Name: Many thanks! - No, I'd never ever do that! Those are the new 4 x 2 1/2 x 1 mudguards (see http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=98282), but tilted. Take a look at the Vintage Speedster within some days, I will shoot some photos to show how it's done.
This is amazing, I love it!
It's excellent the way you manage to make these classic car shapes so well, I'm always surprised to see what people can make at such small scales... I'm rather useless at anything that isn't massive, myself.