mahjqa

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  1. Most times I don't even build the A model. I buy for parts.
  2. I can't make sense of the geometry of the A-frame. I would assume all holes on there are on a regular grid. Then how does the 11 stud flip-flop beam fit in? It appears to stretch between two holes that should, by all means, be more than 10 studs apart center-to-center.
  3. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE TO MY FLICKR YOUTUBE INSTAGRAM AND SOUNDCLOUD TO GET MY OPINION ON YOUR MOC
  4. Set # 853 called and wants your lunch money. Getting the Ferd because of the dark blue stuff, triple curved panels are yummy, glad they're still making cars that fit the car transporter.
  5. Yeah, I'd like to see that video, chief.
  6. Corner rear lights just seem like 4x4 macaroni tiles to me, held together with some black pieces.
  7. These are some great models with excellent functionality. I'm especially charmed by all the cargo.
  8. You do understand that technic exists by the grace of large numbers of people actually buying the sets, right? Lego can develop and produce sets at this price level because they sell them by the literal millions. A specialised set developed just for the 'advanced' builders you apparently count yourself as would cost double or triple their current price, if they were developed at all. So do your advanced building and make a better model yourself. Unless you can't work without instructions, I guess.
  9. Didn't your parents ever tell you to say "please"?
  10. The answer to each and every question in the line of "why did Lego do x?" Money. There you go. You can get off the internet now. Nothing more to see here. They figured that a vaguely accurate model would sell better than no model at all. It's nothing personal. Promise.
  11. It's just the reality of production. Lego needs to have its final model ready months before release, while McLaren can decide on a new sponsor or paint scheme yesterday.