Polo-Freak

MOC: Lamborghini Countach LP500S

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Hello I,am Georg from Germany :classic:

I've decided, to post a description and building phases of my Big Scale Lamborghini Countach Lego Project.

Modell: LP500S

Why this car? I Love it, i have also a big Countach Collection of Modellcars :laugh:

The Idea was, i need a bigger Modell from the Countach, with Lego? Why not :laugh:

1:18 Kyosho Modelcar served as a template.

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Plans on LDD start in 2007 - 2010

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3 Jears Plan time on LDD, early was the LDD so slow Loading this Model abaout 1hour Time :wacko:

To Generate the Building Plan, the PC was over a Day on LOAD :cry_happy:

Next i buy many many many New Parts from Pick A Brick Store - I would need new Parts for this MOC

Start:

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with Headlights open :laugh:

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So i need 2 weeks Building Time...

Then was Ready with this Moc, its my biggest one

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I know many Pics, I hope you like it :laugh:

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Incredible! I'm not sure I am most impressed by the build or the dedication you have put into this project!

Welcome to EB Polo-Freak! (Shouldn't your name rather be "Lamborghini freak"? :wink: )

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That is one impressive LEGO model *huh* Easily recognizable :thumbup: I imagine you keep it on display in a prominent place, I know I would :classic:

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That is beautiful! Very well done, and it really works well in that large (Giant!) size. I applaud you, Sir!

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That is an amazing project, both in scale and design, and the end result is nothing short of gorgeous. The Countach lends itself well to being recreated in bricks due to its many sharp edges and flat surfaces, so it's a clever choice. And to think you started this in 2007? That is planning on a very impressive scale. The size of it is incredible, too - it certainly dominates your living room!

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Hi

i really like your building style. Unlike many other huge sets (e.g. the Star Wars Super Star Destroyer) you build massive and in layers. I dislike that hollowbuilding style, where you just have a frame as interior and outside an exoskeleton.

You nailed the original design very well!

Dino

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That's one big project! :thumbup: I like it. It reminds me of something you'd see in the LEGO Club magazine or in a LEGOLAND! Awesome job.

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Sorry dude - that looks awesome, but many of your pictures are way too large. I've removed the image tags from the offending ones. Please resize the pictures to a maximum of 800 x 600 pixels, then feel free to edit them back into your post. It's an amazing MOC, and needs to be seen in all its glory, but I can't allow pictures in excess of our site guidelines.

Thanks for understanding! If you're not sure how to resize images, please follow the tutorials link in my signature. :thumbup:

Rufus

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That is super-impressive! Wonderful to see that done in such a large scale.

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That's brilliant!

I hope you tackle more supercars out there :sweet:

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Thanks Guys :laugh:

It's so nice to hear such comments

many of your pictures are way too large. I've removed the image tags from the offending ones. Please resize the pictures to a maximum of 800 x 600 pixels, then feel free to edit them back into your post.

Sorry, I have resized the Pics :wink:

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Just WOW! :wub: I can imagine what it cost to build such a large model! Are you working on another large car as your profile picture suggests? Keep up the great work.

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Wow! What a great MOC, I like the classic studdy Style!

Do you have pics of your Polo-MOC (?) which is in your avatar?

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My favorite car EVER in an outstanding Lego rendition. You did a fantastic job there!

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Cool that you are using LDD :thumbup:

And cool that you built the car with old school brick-on-brick technique - you don't see that much these days. :classic:

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AMAZING! I think that I have seen this before. Did you just finish this or was this something that you had completed previously?

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Wow. Congratulations on completing this! It is a true master piece.

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At first sight it doesnt seem so big, but compared to your house and the 1:18 model... That thing is a giant!

Great job on making it so good looking, smooth and well scaled.

I wonder how high the part count is? Can you check that in LDD without crashing it? :wink:

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One word, Fantastic :wub: :wub: :wub: :wub: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup::wub: :wub: :wub:

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AWESOME build 'Polo-Freak', great little minifig scale one too ! :moar:

Brick On Drive On ! :moar:

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Beautiful work! This is the best 'studded' model I've seen. ...Great job!

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That is probably the largest scale car MOC I have ever seen :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup: I envy you and your car :devil:

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