With the 911's future ensured, 1984 saw the launch of a replacement for the successful SC series. It was the model year 1984 911 3.2 Carrera, reviving the Carrera name for the first time since 1977. The 911 3.2 Carrera was the last iteration in the original 911 series, with all subsequent models featuring new body styling with new brake, electronic and suspension technologies.
After seeing Jet Best's latest Porsche 911, I remembered that you also have some Porsche models, and this one is simply excellent. The folding soft top is an unmatched detail. It is ravis... eh.. absolutely beautyfull :-)
This is great! First able, it is very sleek and because you used lots of tiles, it looks more real. Secondly, the convertible roof makes a better car. I keep watching the presentation of the covering roof! I couldn't have figured it out that way and still can't!!! Third,,, the interior of this awesome masterpiece is also very detailed. It is tiled again!!! Great creation. I can see you put loads of efforts on this. I like it so much. Can you join my group - wheels go on ???
Once again a superb creation. The only minor detail that I would change is the colour of the engine lid grill, which should be black. Either way, you have succeeded in producing another fantastic model.
Beautiful design for one of my prefered Porsche. I saw a nice GT3RS this WE near Dijon where Carrera races often take place. I do not know how you do but each time, you succeed in going further... What could I add? It's always geniously built!! The roof-top is amazing and the last animated-pic is fantastic.
Schade, aber durch die Bilder lässt er sich doch bestimmt wieder aufbauen, noch ne kleine Frage wie viel Autos haben Sie und wie kann man (ich) seine Autos verbessern? Ihre sehen immer so schön glatt und so realistisch aus. Ich hoffe ich nerve nicht mit meinen Fragen :).
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wasn't this sally from Pixar Cars? (maybe not the same year, but wasn't she a 911 carrera?) Well the details on this are amazing everything looks more realistic then, well the real thing!!! :) and the working convertible feature makes this that much cooler :) that must have taken forever to figure out :)
Wow, Malte, that's unbelievable, even knowing your building skills! The folding roof is the best piece of LEGO engineering I've seen so far! I also love the use of the ropes for the rubber profiles on the bumpers. Great job, a real masterpiece! :-))
The Porsches from the '80 till mid '90 are my favourites, and your version certainly looks incredible, sir! Also it's very nice to see the inginuity of the folding roof in animated form. My only concern is the rigidity of the whole structure, which looks a bit weak here and there. I guess the model is more to display than to play with...