Regular bloggee 1saac W. returns to TLCB with something rather more wooden than we’re used to seeing in automotive circles. Inspired by a real hot rod, 1saac’s wood-panelled rat rod includes Winnie the Pooh stickers, white-wall tyres, and the jauntiest front axle we’ve seen in some time. Head to Flickr to take a look.
Ford did back in the ’60s, and they had some truly ridiculous ‘English’ car names too. This particular one is a Ford Country Squire, and this 8-wide Lego creation – complete with wooden side-mouldings – is rather brilliant. It’s been built by Luke C of Flickr and there more to see here.
This gorgeous Town scale ’51 Ford Woody was found on Flickr. Sir Nadroj is the builder and you can see all of his beautiful photographs by clicking this link.
Uh oh… Lotso the evil pink bear has escaped from his ties to the front of the refuse truck, and now he’s mad. The slightly unhinged Gilcelio takes the Toy Story narrative a little further than Pixar intended with this Woody-Destroying Mech. See more on Flickr.
Our Elves are gross little creatures. They do a good job (or at least a very cheap job), but they’re still gross. Which is why the Elf that brought this in to The Lego Car Blog Towers was so pleased with itself; finally a car for them! Small, green and a bit yukky. Henrik Hoexbroe is the genius(?) behind this late ’50s slice of American automotive garbage.
Far out hipster Nathan Proudlove shows us that, like, summer is totally on the way with his rad 1949 Woodie. Complete with roof-rack and surfboards, check it out on Flickr. Dude.