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Hello!
I’m starting a new topic where I’ll post cars in the SpeedChampion series sizes, including those from this series :)
A few years ago I started buying Lego for my child, then I started buying Lego for myself))) ...and among the sets there were wonderful cars - different cool ones, 6stud wide.
Then there were several 8wide models and now...
This year I decided to organize the “collection” a little, allocated a separate shelf for it and will try to talk a little about the cars :)

I've already shown my modified Citroen from the IndianaJones set (I'll have to add a couple of photos to this post), but today we're talking about a different model.

I had a Bugatti 75878 :) Over time it was disassembled into parts.

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Since it is better to have all cars in the same scale, the Chiron was restored in sizes 8stud.

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The side brand line was taken almost as in the source code, because I haven’t come up with anything that looks better, and I haven’t seen anything among MOC's. But the front and rear parts have been changed.
I didn’t bother much about the back anymore. The main goal was optics, at first I assembled it in full width, but still cut it down to make it more like the original :)
With my nose I had to go through several options and settled on this one. This is probably the best part I have :) I still have the part with the radiator grille sticker from the kit, but it is already quite shabby and will look sloppy :)

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It might be better to use another part of the windsscreen, but this one has side windows that are close to vertical, so it will be like that.
We managed to fit a 16-cylinder engine into the base (there is a small camber angle in each half).

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Thank you all for your attention! Write what you think in the comments :)

 

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I love it! I like that you preserved the exposed studs on the hood of the original. The standout feature is that hidden engine, very impressive!

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6 hours ago, Space Coyote said:

I love it! I like that you preserved the exposed studs on the hood of the original. The standout feature is that hidden engine, very impressive!

Thank you!
With the studs on the hood, I can’t say that there were other options :)
The only closer solution is the new 3387 parts from the 2024 Mustang, but they are in dark blue and their use would ruin the already not ideal color scheme of the car :)

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Hello.
The third machine from my shelf is no longer an “expansion” or a “modification”, but a completely independent design :)

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I wanted to build a big muscle car, something like the early Chevrolet Camaro. I wasn’t trying to achieve an exact resemblance, just something in style :)

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Single-seat salon + a big balloon with some kind of garbage to drive quickly :)

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The model turned out to be very small, but very nice (in my opinion :)

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