The artist decided to pair the not-just-a-toy, which costs $299, with an actual Neunelfer, namely a 1980 911 3.0 SC. It's worth noting the man stuck to his iPhone for the perspective play you see above.
"I've been wanting to take this photo ever since I got my hands on (and completed) the stunning Lego Technic 911 GT3 RS! I talked about the kit in a previous post, but they really nailed it. If you love cars, Porsche, or engineering, I strongly suggest you check it out. I was clearly enthused enough about it to be laying on the ground, repositioning a real car and a 1:8 Lego car multiple times to get this shot!" Kevin explains on the said social media account.
As you can imagine, when you get to spend some time with a 911, it's only natural to get carried away with shooting the rear-engined delight in all sorts of scenarios, hence the photo variety waiting for you at the bottom of the page.
We can't help but wonder what's next - perhaps a 1:1 scale LEGO GT3 RS. This might seem like a crazy concept, but, given the otherworldly level reached by the Zuffenhausen realm these days (remember the Porsche 911-chopping rat rod we showed you over the weekend?), we could expect to see a real life plastic-fantastic Rennsport Neunelfer one day.