To export several sets, go to the exporter. If you use the data I'd really appreciate a link back to Brick Insights. It keeps this site going.
I own the real thing and now I own the little thing! :) Love it!
This model is really cool. It breaks some lego rules and has some unique build techniques. The lego driver barely fits in the model. The hands have to be in the perfect position. Also had to modify the inner roll cage in order to get the rear window to sit properly (see pictures). I trimmed a 1/16" off the prongs on this piece where it inserts into the the key part of the cage. Lego needs to do their homework on this model. Overall I still love it. I'd still buy it again. It's truly beautiful and I enjoyed the building techniques.
The ZL1 is a huge step up in comparison to the earlier versions of the Camaro. The techniques used help alleviate some of the previous proportion issues, and the added brick-built race modifications give the body more depth, creating a more interesting design. For fans of the theme, there is absolutely no reason not to pick this one up. For those on the fence, or for those looking for fewer stickers, you're better off looking at some of the other cars on offer for 2019.
In a clever work of engineering, the designer managed to fit both a rear window and a roll cage into the car. This is achieved by mounting the panel and slopes which make up the back of the car to a hinge brick, which is then rested on a tile with handle, so that it sits at an angle where it does not clip the bars making up the roll cage.
Speed Champions sets sometimes receive criticism for their reliance upon stickers and that is certainly the case here. Nevertheless, this is a brilliant model of the Chevrolet Camaro Z1. It features numerous realistic details, the most notable of which are probably the internal roll cage and branded racing tyres. The distinctive shape and forward rake of NASCAR vehicles has also been replicated effectively.