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I think posting here is fine. The title IS Technic, Mindstorms and MODEL TEAM. I think this awesome little MOC qualifies.

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I think posting here is fine. The title IS Technic, Mindstorms and MODEL TEAM. I think this awesome little MOC qualifies.

Agreed :classic:

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Ah well, ok. I was misguided. When looking at these pictures I see it, too. I just didn't have the look of the old Celica in mind.

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Wow :wub: Any chance of getting instructions? My father has a TA22 which is esentially the same model and it would be nice to get him one of these :blush:

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Wow :wub: Any chance of getting instructions? My father has a TA22 which is esentially the same model and it would be nice to get him one of these :blush:

I might be able to throw together some instructions by next week.

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I might be able to throw together some instructions by next week.

Great! Time for me to invest in more tiles : ) looks the same scale as Lego Cars.

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I might be able to throw together some instructions by next week.

That would be awesome. Thanks in advance!

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@ Datsun: Welcome to Eurobricks! :classic: Nice MOC! Note that the wheel arch parts ARE in LDD -- type in the number 62361 in the LDD Parts Palette's search box (just above where the parts are shown on the left side of the LDD screen). Same thing with the Steering Wheel -- type 30663 in the LDD Parts Palette Search box to find it! You can usually find the proper Part Number in Bricklink, and then "Search" for it in LDD -- it's a lot faster than wading through the LDD Parts Palette trying to find it. Alas, the 11211 "Brick, Modified 1 x 2 with Studs on 1 Side" is indeed not in LDD. Also, what are the Lego Part Numbers stamped on your black wheels and tires? It's hard to determine the proper sizes by the tiny eBay image you provided on MOCPages. The LDD Part 32146 (combination wheel + smooth tire) fits, so maybe the only "missing" part in your LDD model is the 11211 part!

The modified LDD .lxf file can be found here via SkyDrive. Thanks for sharing your creation! :thumbup: I see that you've posted it on the Flickr LUGNuts Group -- they will enjoy it!

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Actually, those aren't the correct wheels and I didn't use the 11211 piece (The wheels I used have rubber tires, but are the same size). I have updated the instructions on Mocpages.

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Actually, those aren't the correct wheels and I didn't use the 11211 piece (The wheels I used have rubber tires, but are the same size). I have updated the instructions on Mocpages.

OK, but when you look at your REAL model, what are the Lego Part Numbers imbossed into the actual wheels? What are the sizes of the rubber tires printed on the sidewall of the tires? MOCPages doesn't say, or offer any hint anymore.

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Datsun's Celica, transam prepped :laugh:

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Edited by Kierna

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