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Oh man... Stuff like this makes me wish I had more time for my Lego... Absolutely stunning job. Well worth the time and effort that  went into it. :thumbup: I can't wait for the finished product and the instructions, for no other reason than to admire the suspension still more. :wub:

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On 8/7/2019 at 9:38 PM, Toastie said:

I have no idea, none-what-so-ever how you guys do what you do, particularly in the Technic forum.

I totally agree ...when I see this kind of MOCs I can only say (scream): "it's a miracle!" :excited:

Regera is not my fovourite super car but your MOC is superb ...great work :thumbup:

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Great work.  The shape of this car is hard to replicate.  I like the insides as well. 

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Only now saw it! Great megacar! So stunning design with smooth lines! And functions like in a real car! Great work!

Ans what are those rims?

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I am speechless, you and Charbel are bringing the super car MOC to the next level, can't wait the blue color, how far are you to complete it?

Both of you guys should be leading the Lego Technic engineering/design department, the detail you put on it match the actual Regera.

IMO I will appreciate the blue color better than this one, just a personal taste!!

Thanks for all your hard work, I am pretty sure you already have some new project in mind...

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5 hours ago, Aman said:

Scale?

He is using the Porsche tires and wheel arches, so it has to be ca. 1:8

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Love your model as always. :wub:

Guess it is time to start saving up for another Bricklink spurge for when the instructions come on line!!

At least I don't have to remortgage my house for another set of those Aston Martin GT3 headlights! :grin:

Ian...

 

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@Leonardo da Bricki @LEGO Train 12 Volts @Techniccrack @Pvdb thank's! I appreciate the support.

@Aleh thanks, the rims are 3D printed along with rotors that work with regular wheel hubs. A bit of custom work from myself and a friend who's awesome with 3D designs. But don't worry they can be replaced with regular Lego porsche wheels.

On 8/10/2019 at 8:22 PM, guile77stars said:

I am speechless, you and Charbel are bringing the super car MOC to the next level, can't wait the blue color, how far are you to complete it?

Both of you guys should be leading the Lego Technic Engeneering/design department. 

IMO I will appreciate the blue color better than this one, just a personal taste!

Thanks! I think most people will prefer the Blue colour, (as do I) but I wanted to show off that this can be built in many different colours. And the red and orange may clash but does it ever stand out. I'm hoping to complete it in the next few months, I have the framework completed but I think I'm going to finish off the RC, do the teardown instructions and make both as close as possible then teardown the HOG. There might be a month between instructions. 

I wish we could work for lego... That would be a dream come true. However I don't think that's how it works. 

@Aman   @Gray Gear is correct. It's around 1/8th scale, using those wheel arches it's always around that scale. 

@Fuzzock early on in the build some mentioned I should use those pieces for the headlights again..... Never again haha. No one can find them now without re-mortgaging a house! :laugh:

 

 

 

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I understand your point about colors, it was just a personal comment. I am guessing with your time line it will be a great Christmas present for everybody!!!

Who knows, someday you might receive an email or a phone call from them, as an Engineer I know what it take to achieve that kind of detailed work, just amazing and well done👍.

Do you have a new super car project in mind after this one or already working on something? I hope so😉.

 

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