ZZ Top’s ‘Eliminator’ hot rod is very nearly as famous as the band themselves. This ace Miniland replica of the iconic ’33 Ford Coupe comes from TLCB regular Ralph Savelsberg and there’s more to see here.
This two-thirds bearded trio are, unmistakably, the American blues rock band ZZ Top in mini-fig form. Despite looking like rejects from a Santa convention the music they created was alright, although sometimes surprisingly wet in the lyrics department. Their early ’80s album ‘Eliminator’ sold an astonishing 10 million copies and featured a car that became nearly as famous as the band. Lead vocalist Billy Gibbons was a hot rodder, and his Chevy-engined 1933 Ford Coupe became the album cover, album name and star of their ’80s videos. -derjoe- has built Billy, his bandmates, and the Eliminator hot rod from LEGO, and you can see more of all of them at the link.