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Steam Wars

After yesterday’s history lesson we’re sticking with the historical theme for this post, but at the other end of the Silliness Spectrum!

Star Wars and Steampunk are both pretty nerdy things, but combining the two is a whole new level of nerdidity*. 51 more words

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The Butterfly Effect

Some cars are important for reasons far beyond their parts. This is one such vehicle, the 1911 Graf & Stift Double Phaeton. It was – as you can see – truly lovely, like so many of the long forgotten pioneer motorcars. 209 more words

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China Doll

The Lego Car Blog’s favourite weird aircraft builder, the delightful Jon Hall, is back! His latest is named the F-49A Patriot, with this particular bird christened ‘China Doll’ by her daring mini-fig pilot. 17 more words

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Gazza

It might sound like the Match.com identity of a guy in a pub in the midlands*, but the Gaz 67 is actually a rugged little off-road vehicle that was originally developed for the Russian military. 69 more words

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World's Blankiest Blank!

The Lego Car Blog Elves have television viewing habits roughly equivalent to a 6 year old child. Or an American adult (sorry America). Programmes along the lines of ‘World’s Biggest Police Crashes!!’ are their favourites, which always amuse us here at TLCB Towers. 109 more words

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Terrifying Tetra-Track Trio

The blood-alcohol level is still pretty high in TLCB office today, so rather than trying to come up with something clever to say about this superb Classic Space trio by Flickr’s… 100 more words

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White Charger

Friend of TLCB ER0L makes a new appearance here (with a little help from another TLCB veteran) with a glorious shining white Charger. Refined from an original design by  34 more words

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