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Welcome to my garage LEGO!!!

Hello! My name is Michael. I'm a Builder from Russia, I love muscle cars!

Dodge Challenger 1970

This time, I collected an opponent for the Barracuda, in real life, both cars were assembled on the same base, outwardly they differ only in front and rear) I did not copy, but made a completely new model from the chassis to the body and developed it to more recognizable features, the design became more complicated, and with this the number of parts increased hundreds of times! Because of the large tilt of the whole car, it has got a castor, maneuverability is very good, as well as speed, because under the "hood" is a Buggy engine)

Description:

- Length 46 cm, weight 1550 g, 2013 details!
- Drive - 1 Buggy motor
-- Steering - Servotronic
- Power supply-Small BB
-The steering wheel turns the wheels
-Open doors, hood...
- Fashion salon
-Nitrous oxide!
- The receiver is hidden under the torpedo
- Roomy trunk ( two PF remote controls go into the light one)
- Front independent suspension with positive castor
-Rear axle with Panar traction is installed
- A lot of system

Instructions are available for purchase! 9$ - https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-66388

 

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lego_muscle_garage/

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All photos on the link: https://bricksafe.com/pages/Michael217/dodge-challenger-1970

 

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Edited by Michael217

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That looks fantastic!   Would look really good with a blower poking through the bonnet though, to go with those big rear drag tyres. :thumbup:

 

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9 minutes ago, Dazzzy said:

That looks fantastic!   Would look really good with a blower poking through the bonnet though, to go with those big rear drag tyres. :thumbup:

 

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Thanks! I looked back at this photo)

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Very nice! I am not a fan of studs visible outside, but I like the colorsceme, and the exhaust piping at the bottom of the car :thumbup:

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On 2/16/2021 at 12:22 AM, Gray Gear said:

Very nice! I am not a fan of studs visible outside, but I like the colorsceme, and the exhaust piping at the bottom of the car :thumbup:

Thanks! I also do not like open pins, but there is nothing to replace these parts with)

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That is a fantastic model! Congrats. I kinda love the exposed studs. They give the model some character.

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On 2/15/2021 at 8:39 PM, Michael217 said:

Thanks! I looked back at this photo)

That's fair enough (lack of bigger engine and blower),  it looks gorgeous in that blue and sitting on MT's. 

By the way, congrats on getting featured on TLCB! :thumbup:

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3 hours ago, Dazzzy said:

By the way, congrats on getting featured on TLCB:thumbup:

Wow! This is very cool! I didn't expect this)

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Nice car, but most of all I like that You routed exhaust pipes from engine to rear of the car.

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I love all of your creations. They hit the perfect vibe for me! Please do more!

Is there a chance for instructions to this one in particular?

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On 2/18/2021 at 9:16 AM, Jurss said:

Nice car, but most of all I like that You routed exhaust pipes from engine to rear of the car. 

Thanks! I tried 100%!)

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