Kronos

Crowkiller's Muscle Car

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I just saw this on Brickshelf. Paul's latest creation. I really like the style and lines on this one. The hood is awesome!

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Edited by Kronos
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I can't understand what took you guys so long to post this I was talking to Paul on Friday....

Nice job Paul. :classic:

Edited by Alasdair Ryan

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I can't understand what took you guys so long to post this I was talking to Paul on Friday....

Nice job Paul. :classic:

Then why didn't you post it? :wink:

@Jim Thanks for adding the image....

Are instructions to follow?

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I will not post anyone else's moc if they are a member of the forum.

There is some enjoyment in posting a new moc that you have created to a forum,I will not take that pleasure away from the builder unless instructed to do so. :classic:

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http://www.bricklink...?p=ChromeBricks

Check the Wheels section.

6 EUR a piece, oof... I'll wait for my next paycheck :laugh: Hopefully they're a bit scratch-resistant. I have a bunch of original chrome silver grille tiles, and the chrome is slowly but surely flaking off.

Edited by jantjeuh

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Wow. I remember he said he was doing a 60's style car. This looks really well done. But where are the other pictures? :sceptic: The color scheme reminds me of a old 1967 Shelby GT500. I would also like to see how the hood mechanism works. I have tried to build cars with my kids with a flip forward hood that works like that, but I just ended up with a simple single pin on each side solution that wasn't very realistic looking. :laugh:

Edited by Meatman

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The hinge works like this... It actually took me quite some time to get this right...

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Edited by Paul Boratko

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Nice detail with the grey fender :thumbup: , new parts on it?.
Yes, there are new parts in it.. Steering arms, 5 length stop axles and 3 length axle pins...

I went with a Linear 4 Speed gearbox built into the chassis to keep the shifter as low as possible...

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This is the front suspension...

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Edited by Paul Boratko

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Thanks for posting this, cars are not my thing but I can appreciate the amount of time and effort which has gone in to this. It looks very cool.

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