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[C-MODEL] 42039 - Winter Killer

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My 42039 "D" Modell: a cabriolet.

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The features:

- Openable doors and hood

- V8 fake engine with turbo, tubs, air filter

- Independent suspensions on front and real axles

- the cab steerable front wheels

- developed dashboard

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Building instructions

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Would it be odd to say that this is better than A and B models... umm, together? :D Excellent job! Hard to believe there is so little unused parts. Wow.

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Here's the video for you:

And your Brickshelf folder isn't public yet, which is a shame because I want to see as much of this beauty as possible! The use of panels at the front and rear is superb, you've taken a relatively simple boxy shape and given it some spot-on styling cues that make it very striking and very reminiscent of low-riders.

It's impressively large as well, I make it 31 x 60 studs? It's no wonder you have so few parts left (and have made good use of them).

Edited by Jay Psi

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Striking looks, great C model parts use and good use of the new curved panels somewhere other than wheel arches.

Kinda looks like a yankee muscle car with the roof ripped off :)

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Mate that is awesome. Better than the original set. To use just about every part is hard to do and you have pulled it off with style. I agree with Bonox that it looks like a muscle car that has been slammed and gone so fast that the roof has come off. Great out of the box thinking with the use of the gears for the lights, turbos, dash and steering column. Love it. :wub:

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Fantastic, I would prefer the back in green instead in white...but you worked with what was in the box and you've done an amazing job! Looks are stunning, I agree with others about that muscle.

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Lovely looking car, great job :thumbup: The small amount of unused parts is impressive!

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I am always amazed by your talent, to build in almost all parts of Set's.

That deserves highest respect.

A fantastic job...

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This is very interesting alternative model. I like its aggressive design. But its most interesting (almost unbelievable) feature for me is number of left over parts. Good job!

By the way what about adding folding roof? It would be super-cool feature.

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Speechless, and to think of it, it's totally even with the A model :) :wink:

You mean better than the A model

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This is how the official b model should look like:) Fantastic job!

Yes! Yes! Yes! Your Winter Killer is great! It should be the B model. The only thing (not your fault) is that LEGO did not give you enough bright green panels. If where you used black panels could have been green...

It is also amazing that you made a front engine model out of a rear engine model!

Overall, there is a lot to love (and I don't say that very often about things).

Andy D

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OMG that first picture is sexy!!! That's one mean look.

Can't believe you ended up with only a few parts.

I hope you don't mind that I promote it to C-model :laugh:

Great job on the building instructions!! :thumbup:

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