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With the Gestalt Mode engaged it is time for the spinjitzu fighters to take on a new challenge. To race against unknown foes and mystery assailants in a realm where only those who go beyond velocity can attain. With friends and enemies at every corner, noble causes and evil schemes this race is a battle for survival. Sensei Wu left some advice that this new world seems to live by: Live to Race. Race to Live.

Well, this is my ninja/dragon car. See how many different media I refer to in that little write up! It was fun to build and figure out, the ice parts really fitted in better than I could hope.

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I think it looks awesome! I :wub: the all white with clear blue color combo! You’re making me want to build cars now!

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Beautiful racer 'Peppermint', and is that Zane in the racing helmet ? :wink:

Now this would really be The Fast And The Furious - Ninjago ! :excited:

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Some say when he slows down, brake lights come on in his buttocks...

Just watched an episode of Top Gear yesterday and this just crossed my mind.

Close the visor and I can see a resemblance with The Stig ;-)

(the secret Ninja personality of The Stig at least .....)

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That slogan reminds me of the Hot Wheels my nephews play with. :laugh::tongue: Live to Drive, Drive to Survive! Great MoC, It really captures Zane's personality with the sleek, mechanical look and the icy slope pieces.

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I love this Ninjago MOC, kinda reminds me of Speed Racer's Mach 5 car... GO, Ninja Racer, GOOOOOOOO! :tongue:

I also like how it looks like its powered by some kind of ice-turbine, thingy.

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Hello!

These are sleek lines! :classic: I especially like the use of the paerl-coloured wheel above the front axis.

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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