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Plymouth Barracuda 1970

Description:

-1 Buggy motor

-Servo motor for steering and steering wheel

-Small power supply

-Detailed interior

Now on Lego Ideas!:thumbup:

https://ideas.lego.com/projects/30f3a1a7-6e1f-422d-9fbb-3dde7a5937e8

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Edited by Michael217

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What an incredible looking model. I love the seamless combination of Technic and System parts.
Is this the normal green color?

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1 minute ago, schraubedrin said:

What an incredible looking model. I love the seamless combination of Technic and System parts.
Is this the normal green color? 

Thanks! Yes, it is a simple green color. Because of the camera this effect.

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Beautifully built!  Really nice detailing throughout, and a nice incorporation of those functions.  The front end is especially nicely sculpted.  :classic:

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Wow, a very nice looking model.

I am more of a 90s jdm guy, so I dont know that much about american cars, but I kinda expected to see something with a huge supercharger sticking out of the hood :grin:

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14 hours ago, Gray Gear said:

I am more of a 90s jdm guy, so I dont know that much about american cars, but I kinda expected to see something with a huge supercharger sticking out of the hood :grin:

I wanted to build a more classic model) tigertoolcudafeb_2458-770x385.jpg

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4 minutes ago, therealjustin said:

How did I miss this?! Phenomenal job! :thumbup:

I think the same.

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