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Discussion in 'The Rumble Strip' started by LoudMusic, Apr 26, 2004.
I have build after ages a Lego Technic set again. Agreed it isnt the prettiest set arround, but it was pretty fun to ensemble. I also noticed I lost practice in building, because it took me several hours to complete.
Well built, not it's not pretty, is it? I know it's the parts they have, but that front is ugly
It does look like it's been in an accident But as long as you enjoyed the build it's all good!
I bought myself this one last week. I'm a sucker for LEGO campers/caravans since childhood.
Picked up two of the new Speed Champions Ferrari F40 sets, since you can chose to make either the standard F40 or a Competizione.
Love it, very jealous. Such great engineering too.
And, how did the ZR1 pass quality inspection?
Thanks VXR! Loving that yellow camper van btw.
I haven't purchased any Lego for a good while (Mercedes AMG GT3 was the last), but I might have to see whether I can pick that up too.
Have you built the Mack truck and the Porsche yet? They look like they're great models!
Thanks Marco! It's highly unlikely they'll use my model as a basis if they do, but I reckon if they do release one, it'll be far better than my effort.
I've been having a mess about in the LDD again. Working on a Muscle car/Pro street car. It's an early WIP, and wasn't based on anything in particular but it does look a bit like a Chevelle.
Another MOC I've just done, is a Speed Champions style MK1 Ford Escort RS1600.
Yeah, I have. Have to get around to posting some pictures when I can find somewhere that sells some thick black cardboard that I can use a backdrop. (The joys of living in a rural town ) As impressive as the 911. Think the Mack might just be my favourite kit so far. Looks so good when it's all assembled.
Great job with the MK1 Escort.
Here's an XML of the lego safe in case anyone wants to bricklink it.
And here's an overview of it:
Here's my very first New Years Resolution attempt:
I'm 3 builds in out of about 18 or so UCS sets (and a couple non-ucs sets).
Vader's Tie Fighter 10175:
Star Destroyer 10030:
Millennium Falcon 75192 (I sold my 10179 to help pay for this one, call me crazy?):
- https://imageshack.com/a/5SPo/1 There is a pic of a lone piece, that is the missing piece I had to order from Bricklink. Luckily for me its right on the side, couldn't be easier to get to
And we'll see if they fit here, I may have to use the shelving in my closet to finish displaying them all:
Here's a pic of a lego box I made out of 2 USPS Medium Flat Rate Boxes and some packing tape. it works perfect for these huge builds to organize the pieces (mostly). Once organized I do at least 12 pages an hour.
I guess Lord Vader must go to the toilet too.
Yea that was from when I had a cold #selfphotobombftl
Finally got around to taking some shots of the Mack and Porsche. (More pics here if anyone is interested)
LEGO Technic: Mack Anthem by Jarrod, on Flickr
Totally didn't realise that the door was open on the truck until after I did the pics. Oops.
LEGO Technic: Porsche 911 GT3 RS by Jarrod, on Flickr
Looks like the Creator series will get the Mustang.
Looks like it was leaked on their site, but they changed it. Luckily people already took a screenshot of it off the site.
Wow, she is sublime. Also buying!
After 38 years. Had to borrow some panels from my girls
Nice little build.
^ Although small, the F40 is a good looking car at any size in the Lego universe.
Someone figured out a way to make the GT3 RS into a Stratos and it looks really good
it seems like you have to buy the directions for 15 euros
It makes a change to have a Lego kit that looks like the car. I'm thinking I know what I'm going to be spending my raise on....
Superb stuff! Muscle car has shades of '74 Torino about it, especially the red one, for obvious reasons...
Wowsers! In my book that's worth buying another GT3 RS kit!
@ProjectWHaT , that green Stratos!!! Just stunning
That is BOSS. I guess I'm building one of these before I build my AT-AT. I never thought I'd buy the Porsche model
I'm working on a dirt oval racer semi. Many people aware of the existence of racing trucks, but few know about the modified American semi's used to drift around the dirt ovals. They are pretty spectacular, they are often half-stripped of their bodywork and have in excess of 2500hp, giving them a top speed of up to 140 mp/h on the straights of the longer dirt ovals.
I've always liked those completely overlooked wild racing trucks so here is an early alpha of my model (it does not even have interior yet).
Thats pretty cool man. Your sig line makes me worried you might break some legos though! Killer stats buddy.
Thanks! True story, the only LEGO bricks I ever broke was by stepping on them, crushed them to bits, but miraculously my feet always emerge unscathed from this accidental carnages.
That looks closer to the original than the 911. lol