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#1 SAN

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:25 PM

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Have a nice time of day, this is my new car white arrow,50′s ,
my fancy car and his name is also coined by me.
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#2 -zenn

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 07:39 PM

I'm enjoying the overall smoothness and tailpipe. :classic:  Though I don't like all the antenna's you've used, just seems overkill to me. And please swap out that dirty white 1x1... :sick:  :tongue:

Why did you go with marine blue headlights btw?
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#3 Out of Sight

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 08:26 PM

The narrowed and pointed front grill reminds me of the 50's Edsel... :sweet: I like the overall clean design.  :thumbup:
Edsel

The distinctive characteristic of a classic 40-50's car designs is the way they mimic aerofoil and the way the cars seem to be 'flowing in motion through the air'. You should add some tail fins, longer boot and tuck the wheels flush with the fender if possible,lean, wide and low and make it as aerodinamically outrageous as possible  :grin:

To prove my point 51 Buick LaSabre
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I'm having a nervous brick-down...

#4 lightningtiger

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Posted 06 October 2011 - 09:23 PM

Now this one I like, beautiful steamlining.....excellent work 'SAN', how about one it two tone.....very 50's ? :wink:
Brick On Drive On 'SAN' ! :grin:

#5 HighFlyer

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Posted 10 October 2011 - 07:09 PM

Very good techniques used here, with a great outcome, although I think there are a little too many antennas.
Those blue 1x1s are a beautiful colour  :wub:
Too much Lego, so little moneh!



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