Part one of my Christmas hawl, and one half of a two-part BMW E30 M3 collaborative Teutonic Tuesday, here is the absolutely stunning AUTOart 1990 E30 BMW M3 Sport Evolution, the Cecotto Edition.
Another car I got through my latest transatlantic HWEP with Jobjoris, this Alfa Romeo 1750 GTAm driven in (and winning) the 4hrs of Monza in 1970 with Toine Hezemans at the helm, might look familiar to you guys. And there is a good reason for that: I have the same one in 1:18!
Last night I took some nice shots of the Vaillante Caïro that I got from Jobjoris in that amazingly epic iHWEP box that I am slowly revealing piece by piece. And because it rolls so nicely, I thought I’d take some panning shots as well.
Sorry for showing some more pics with the HF Integrale but it is my experimental work horse. And working on those Full Frontal moving shots last week made me think about a new way of doing the usual panning shots as well.
I know the MBX Alfa Romeo 4C has been shown over here a lot. But as it was in my Secret Super and I usually really don’t get any MBX anymore over here it makes me really excited to have gotten it. So again: Thank you Jeff! But first it had to be... LIBERATED!
Once in a while you run into something special. And weird. And when this happens, it’s usually French. Or Italian. Or... Japanese. So when I spotted this Book of Wisdom on this year’s RS Fest no way I could resist. Certainly not for those lousy 5 euros.
Last Teutonic Tuesday I presented you a 1960’s Porsche 718 RS60 to show you my panning-trial. Of course the French had to respond. The French and Germans have always been very competitive, both on sports, technology and even on territory. Resulting in many ‘clashes’.