Caleb Flutur says he’s not normally a car builder. Well, he should consider it more often because his rendition of a 1956 Nash Metropolitan convertible is just beautiful. The color scheme is eye-catching and attractive, but it’s the smooth lines and the touches of chrome around the grille and bumpers which really make this build pop. That chrome stripe down the side is just magic, and “purist” too — cut from the leftovers of an official LEGO sticker sheet.
This is one of those cracking models which looks just as good from the back. Check out the way the spare tyre is set into the bodywork — lovely stuff.
This build was a present for Caleb’s dad. I hope he liked it as much as I do.