LEGO builder Lachlan Cameron has been making a name for himself with a stream of truly magnificent Technic cars. Many of them are adorned with custom chromed parts, as this 1977 Holden Torana A9X is, fitted with copper-colored rims that originally hailed from the Bugatti Chiron and a smattering of other shiny bits for the bumpers and exhaust.
This car is fully motorized with PowerFunctions and still has a full interior and engine. There’s a lot of excellent shaping work that goes into the general shaping of this Australian sports sedan, particularly the flared fenders.
Way back in time, when Mel Gibson still had an Australian accent and was not openly a nutcase, he starred in an excellent cult movie. That movie, as I’m sure many of you know, was Mad Max. The real stars of the films were the late 70s muscle cars, which bring us to Adam Grabowski’s (misterzumbi) excellent LEGO models. Adam goes one up on the usual replicas of the Ford Interceptor (I’m not even going to try to link to the thousands of versions), and throws in “Nightrider”‘s Holden Monaro too. The Monaro is a very hard car to get right at minfig scale (I’ve tried) and Adam pulls it off very neatly.