If you haven't yet seen The Lego Movie, go out and get yourself inspired to build something. Take this, for instance: exacting tribute to the Porsche 911 RSR. Built in 1974, the actual race car was a privateer racer's favorite, durable and quick. While the factory team quickly moved on to the hairy 934 and 935, the RSR's aluminum 3.0-liter flat-six, built-in roll-cage, and massive whale tail made it an icon. It also never looked better than when it was wearing the blue and red Martini livery.
Dorowski's scale-sized model will blow your mind with the way it manages to recreate classic Porsche curves using blocky plastic pieces. Check out the flared wheel arches as an example: each is made up of lines of interlocking pieces in the Martini colors.
The engine, too, is accurate right down to the spark plug wires, and the RSR can sit proudly alongside a whole Martini Porsche team, including a support Bulli. Lego once built models under the Ferrari license; this proves they should add a Porsche to their already-released Unimog and VW Bus sets.
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