Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 1973




The most beautiful 911 of them all, the 1973 Carrera RSR, now in lego form with spinning wheels, active negative camber, full interior and opening doors, hood and trunk!!

The model is made of 779 parts and can be built in 4 different colors (using only existing parts)- yellow, white, black and light bluish grey.

The instructions set includes 59 high quality images of step by step guide to make your own lego 911.

This quide was created using Blueprint, a free software to make your own instructions from any LDD model! I will donate 10% of my earning of this model to the creator of Blueprint.

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Name Porsche 911 Carrera RSR 1973
Designer ZetoVince
Designed 2018
Inventory 779 parts
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  • 4 months, 2 weeks ago porschelegend Level 3
    Quelle est la taille de ce lego ?
    merci à vous
  • 4 months, 2 weeks ago Ryan88 Level 9 MOC Designer
    If I buy instructions do you give the parts for white one, the wheels look incredible on that white model
  • 4 months, 3 weeks ago jeffmcclain Level 13 MOC Designer
    Absolutely stunning MoC!!!  Definitely on my list to buy/build!
  • 6 months, 1 week ago Peewee1982 Level 8
    The decals for the white one, did make them yourself? Or do have a template which we can use?
    • 6 months ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
      Hi, yes I made them myself and I don't have a template for them, sorry, I really didn't expect the demand.
      The good part is that the are all in the same scale so you just need to find the right one and then print 4 of the same.
      • 6 months ago Peewee1982 Level 8
        Allright thnxs. How big did you make them? Whats the diameter?
  • 7 months, 4 weeks ago FredL45 Level 14 MOC Designer
    Very Nice !
    If i want to build the white one with blue and red parts can you tell me which parts need to be provided in red and blue 
    • 7 months, 4 weeks ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
      Thank you! I can definetely make you a list with the parts needed but it will take some time, stay tuned. Btw the colors used for the Brumos one is red and dark azure, not blue.
    • 7 months, 3 weeks ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
      You have private message!
      • 7 months, 3 weeks ago MarcoW23 Level 3
        Could you text it to me too? Bought the instructions allready.
        • 7 months, 3 weeks ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
          I will send you the file, check your private messages.
  • 8 months ago Loxlego Level 13 MOC Designer
    Stellar design! Very nice replication of the real thing. Congrats!!! 👌
  • 8 months ago Artyss Level 8 MOC Designer
    Hi Zeto nice MOC as always but are you going to post the Vespa. Thanks for sharing bye
    • 7 months, 4 weeks ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
      Thank you! That will be my next set of instructions, I am not sure when but it will be done.
      • 7 months, 3 weeks ago Artyss Level 8 MOC Designer
        Ok very cool,Thank you !
  • 8 months, 1 week ago gjpauler Level 10
    Mindblasting shaping in such a small scale! It could take months of experimentation.
  • 8 months, 1 week ago KristofPucejdl Level 12 MOC Designer
    The design looks really cool, yet there's one thing that bugs me a bit - the wheels seem to be bending outwards. I wonder if you only use frictionless pins to attach them or otherwise what is the reason for the bend.
    • 8 months, 1 week ago ZetoVince Level 9 Designed this MOC
      Thank you! The wheels have intentionally negative camber because it looks more realistic and more aggressive. That doesn't create any friction between the tires and the fenders. The wheels spin absolutely freely! That feature maybe makes me more proud than anything else on this model. The way that thing is possible is not easy to describe, I will let you figure it out from the following image.

      Plus, this technique allows very easy modification if you want neutral camber for the wheels.
      • 8 months, 1 week ago KristofPucejdl Level 12 MOC Designer
        I see, almost like a suspension of sorts :D I have seen this camber on cars before but here, to me personally, it somehow doesn't fit all that well. But it's true that just like you said, you made it easy to disable. Thanks for quick clarification!
      • 4 months, 3 weeks ago jeffmcclain Level 13 MOC Designer
        Brilliant.  And quite easy to replace the rubber with the 1x2 beam to lock to neutral.
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