First off; Thanks to all!
Stephan, on 23 June 2013 - 09:35 PM, said:
Do you also have instructions for your other Citroëns? That would be more than awesome!!
Well, The DS has a complete set of instructions published here;
rriggs, on 23 June 2013 - 10:31 PM, said:
Loving the vigs! Don't ever remember my dad heisting from a tree but it was a long time ago! The DS and the van are great too! How about a CX? His next car was a CX estate. Lots of curves to do on one of them too... Cheers Rog
So your dad was not James Bond¿? ;-)
I´m sorry, but a CX is not en the plans.
Zed_43, on 24 June 2013 - 08:44 AM, said:
Love your 2cv and your type H van (we commonly call it "tube" in fance). By the way, are you french for building so many citroens? (I don't see our country on your profile as iI am on a smartphone). My prefered one is the dark red and black 2cv. I this row I would have seen a citroen traction to complete the serie ^^. Great job!
I am danish, but living in Spain. I dont have any special inclination for Citroën, it has just so happened that I´ve been able to build some of these very characteristic models. It´s always nice when complex curves can be achieved with Lego.
I´ve never even owned a Citroën, but there sure were plenty of them in Denmark!
Especially the 2CV is an engineering masterpiece, given the specification and cost of the finished product. (Also compared to when this car was actually designed)
I know that tecnologically and design-wise the DS was eons ahead of everybody else when it came out, but still, I think it was the 2CV that had ALL the charm...