Welcome to the show ladies and gentlemen! We have a truly awe-inspiring assortment of entries for this month's challenge titled, "A Year in Review." You all came out in a big way for this one to celebrate the first anniversary of LUGNuts, the world's premier Lego Car Club
Azaghal Gabilzaramul brings us a vehicle fit for any Extraordinary gentleman.
Dylan Denton brings us a 4-wide Doppelganger
a '92 Volkswagen Corrado
and Ol' Scarlett.
Rabidnovaracer modifies the official Lego Beetle set. A touring version
and an off-road version.
Plus a Death Race Dodge Ram
and a Dodge Challenger SRT-10 concept.
Finally, "Split Personality" a dual V8 Rat Rod.
Aaron Dayman has five entries for this challenge. The first is a Heroes and Villains entry, the Punisher's battle van.
then the Tangergreen Machine.
a Lime Green Machine
and a pair of "Night and Day" hotrods.
Apple Pie 's buggy rod
and a killer Ratrod.
Lego911 doesn't disappoint with a slew of miniland vehicles. The first is a model of a toy "Smash Up Derby Beetle"
Then another, slightly even more famouser beetle. Herbie the Love Bug.
An 8-ball mini for the "Rack 'em Up" Challenge.
A '49 Ford Spinner Convertible.
Another Ford, this time a GT40
A Citroen DS convertible.
Then Mr. Bond's Aston Martin DB5
and a Ferrari 365 GTB Dayton Berlinetta.
Finally a DeSoto Boat-tail speedster.
and an LDD 1955 Packard Caribbean
Ralph S. builds Sonny Crockett's Ferrari from Miami Vice.
Lino's Lil' Rat Rod
and Sgt. Ballbreaker!
Model Gal has a stunning Halloween Hearse.
Charger Hornet's Peterbilt race truck
and a '69 Olds' Toronado
Country Photo (UK) gives a Ferrari a paint job.
Newcomer Nonlnet's crazy bus.
Ley Ward "Whateverly"'s "Full Tilt," a Colour Me Strange entry.
Yours truly manages a last minute "Claim to Fame" entry. A '33 Ford 3-window coupe named, "Eliminator, " from Texas rock band ZZ Top infamy.
That's about it for now. I was happy to see every challenge from the year represented here. You all rock! It's true, you do. So what does year 2 of LUGNuts hold? Many fun and exciting challenges, I assure you. Lino and I are tirelessly working at new ways to expand and improve on our club. 'Til next month.