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Mattel Disney Pixar CARS: Custom Radiator Springs Courthouse

“Michael C.” is slowly building his own Radiator Springs … since the the Radiator Sprigs Courthouse was never made,. he commisioned his own custom courthouse … looks freakin’ amazing!

In scale of course + the flowers …

Great detailing.

And lights up!

And of course, his custom Doc’s

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20 November 2023 Mattel Disney Pixar Diecast CARS 4 Comments


  • wheelart New Zealand says:

    Can you imagine if Mattel had of made this, and openining to display the top level Court room, the ramp access. Red and Sherriff’s Quaters even. What a fantastic model it must have potentionally to have been.
    Is this why John was given the boot so they would’nt have to make/
    finish these beautiful models.

  • wheelart New Zealand says:

    Dad Gum Mater!!!
    Man, Matt has got it going on or what!
    I wanted Docs Clinic and do I want this CourtHouse also.
    When I bought Sally’s Cozey Cone Motel Precision Series Set from GetMeCollectables Eli messaged me to say that it was HUGE.
    Seeing this Courthouse built, it is in the Huge category too.
    I think it would be cheaper to fly to the USA with two lrge suit cases to save on the postage to NZ.
    Maybe I should wait till Matt builds the remainig Radiator Springs Buildings that Mattel did not, and bring 4 suit cases to bring them back.
    I may need to apply for a Green Caed. Any Sponsor’s?
    ? Maybe a 3D Printer as Quercy inclined.
    AWESOME work Matt. Don’t stop.
    Thanks Met for sharing the images. Keeps the dream alive.
    Mattel, knock,knock!

  • quercy says:

    I am getting a Bambu printer in the next couple days. The quality of 3D printing you can get from home at a very reasonable price is opening the door to more and more great custom displays. I am myself working on several cool Cars projects right now and I am very excited because 3D printing makes our projects just insanely AWESOME! 🙂

  • DisneyLover55 says:

    Holy cow, that thing is huge! The scale is on point for sure. I’m really interested to know how people make these custom Precision Series sets, the quality looks so professional. I’m guessing a 3D printer is used?

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