Apparently, building JNCs out of Legos is a thing. After stumbling upon a Toyota Celica built by -Kyusha-, we fell down the rabbit hole and discovered an entire subculture of nostalgics made of plastic blocks. Here are some of our favorites.
Honda Civic by by LegoMarat.
Toyota Celica by Tim Inman (via LugNuts).
Datsun 620 by AadenH.
Toyota AE86 Corolla by AadenH.
BRE Datsun 510 by Infraredbrick.
Honda N360 by Gilcélio.
Toyota Van by Peter Blackert (via LugNuts).
Mazda RX-7 by Senator Chinchilla (via The Lego Car Blog).
Datsun 510 by Infraredbrick.
Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 by danielzayac.
Mazda RX-3 by lego911.
Toyota AE86 Sprinter Trueno by Peter Blackert (via LugNuts).
Toyota Corolla FX-16 by Peter Blackert (via LugNuts).
Isuzu 117 by -Kyusha-.
Toyota Celica LB Group 5 by Malte Dorowski.
Nissan Silvia CSP311 by lego911.
Nissan Skyline KPGC10 by Dylan Denton (via LugNuts).
Mazda Cosmo Sport by Roland Kirpis.
Toyota 2000GT by Peter Blackert (via LugNuts).
1965 Honda RA272 by Biczzz.
And last but not least, no gallery of Japanese cars would be complete with out a zokusha. This one’s by Chris Rozek. Now perhaps if you have some time to kill over the holidays you can dig your set from the attic and do some bricklaying of your own.
I thought that black 510 was a prince skyline at first. these are amazing!
Very cool, like looking at JNC’s in “Atari 2600 graphics”.
Hey, those look familiar…
heyy… are you the one who made those? and aren’t you from PCA too?