It’s another tenuous Halloween titl… oh, this one actually is Halloween related? Points for us!
Previous bloggee Jonathan Elliott is the owner of this magnificent ’65 Cadillac Miller Meteor hearse, and the bat-filled gravestone that it’s pictured alongside. Well, not the owner of the gravestone per-say…
No matter, it’s a dead good build and you can pay your respects at Jonathan’s photostream via the link!
…they’re busy building toys and absolutely no one’s dead. The bemused words of the delightfully spooky Jack Skellington, from Tim Burton (and – weirdly -Disney)’s magnificent 1993 animated fright fest ‘The Nightmare Before Christmas’.
This beautifully built scene from the movie comes from Flickr’s César Soares, and it’s scarily good. Lego Purists will find Jack Skellington and the Mayor of Halloween Town’s heads particularly frightening.
Aside from the terrifying thought of the aforementioned Lego brick mutilation, even purists would have to agree that this cartoonish recreation is something rather wonderful; Jack and the Mayor look almost as though LEGO created official movie mini-figures themselves.
There’s more to see of Jack, the Mayor, and the glorious Mayor-Mobile hearse at César’s photostream – take a trip to Halloween Town at the link above.
What with it being Halloween all the Elves are feeling spoooooky, and are trying to find scary Lego vehicles for us here at TLCB. So far they haven’t found a Lego Ssangyong Rodius, but they have found the next best thing; Herman Munster’s ‘Munster Koach’ by the Lego-ace Mad Physicist (who sounds pretty Halloweeny himself!).
The Munsters remind us of a time when monsters were creepy rather than gross* and – in this case – they were hot rodders too! You can see more of Herman and his ride over on Flickr. Fliiiiicker… (in a spooky ghost voice).
*Language caution advised. But the keyboardist is also worthy of note!
Because Halloween! Nathan Proudlove gives lime green Lego a rare appearance with his lurid Ford Pinto van, a vehicle famed for being a little bit rubbish most of the time, and quite a lot deadly when involved in a rear-end collision. It’s perfect for the season of ghosts and ghouls! See more of Nathan’s Pinto on Flickr at the link.
Halloween approacheth, and in recognition of one of the weirder annual celebrations we bring you this ghostly creation from Marin Stipkovic on MOCpages. Underneath the Flinstone-esque bones is a fully working Truck Trial chassis, powered by the blood from bats and piloted by the undead (probably). Check it out here.