When The Bell King told me about the Hitch & Tow set featuring a VW Type 2 pickup towing a little teardrop trailer, I instantly knew it would be the perfect shape and size to hitch up to a Porsche 356 Outlaw.
Since we’re on this subject, here’s my 2 variants.
I know we had 356 day only a couple of months ago but let’s make this Teutonic Tuesday one about Outlaws at least. Why? Because Scott (SN210) told us last week that the LaLD instagram account was being followed by none other than Mr. Outlaw himself: Magnus Walker.
One by me, and one by the great @5pudly on instagram.
I had posted this guy before with some minor changes, here are some more. I blacked out the metal center hubs for a completely black rim look. I painted over the urban outlaw logo on the hood and I de-tampoed the sides. The front suspension is a tiny bit lower than before.
A bit too late to actually join but (preparing) festivities hold me up a bit so here’s my belated 356-day post. And the conclusion of the VDH customs 356s that I got. Actually this one, the Gulf liveried one, is going straight to my brother as payment for creating the VDH customs logo.
In this series I will showcase DLM cars ranging within the 1/64 and smaller. I was busy trying to finish my Christmas story so have missed the 356 day so hopefully I can make up for it. I present my 36th post the Porsche 356a Outlaw by Hot Wheels.
Here are a couple of mine.
First up, four out of the seven custom 356s I’ve done. The other three are with their respective new owners, who are hopefully enjoying them!
22nd of December is the 356 day of the year. Here’s all my Bburago 1:18 356B models.
It’s been a while since a HW 356 Outlaw custom. But last week I already mentioned another VDH Customs cast was on its way. And it arrived just after that post. So here it is, an Outlaw of Outlaws, a Pegasus branded Beetle on steroids, Philipilihp’s latest 356 custom.
Canon 6D, EF24-105mm f/4L IS USM 1/125 sec @ f/10, ISO 250, 73mm
I like Porshe and I like finding cars I didn’t know was available. Found this Maisto Porsche 356 at a grocery store and thus my Porsche collection grows. I’ll DLM them someday when I gather up enough guts to buy one of those expensive acrylic 144 car display cases.
Guten Morgen! You all recognize this one of course. Porsches first attempt to take over the world. And quite a succesfull attempt it was.