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  1. LvdH

    General Part Discussion

    And possibly 1x6 or 1x7 thin liftarms in red. I don't think they are 1x5, it seems longer from what I could see.
  2. LvdH

    General Part Discussion

    This is also in white in the 488.
  3. LvdH

    42122 Jeep Wrangler

    Yeah, and he's the same person who made everyone (well, just the gullible ones) think the 42125 was a LaFerrari...
  4. Well yes I do think so now, but this comment was posted before we had actual pictures. Only a short video.
  5. Yes, and I can see a bunch more.
  6. If I’m not mistaken there are two red 1x6 thin liftarms just behind the doors, below a black panel, in this set. Another part welcomed back.
  7. Seems they are indeed smaller. At least they should still fit the 1:8 wheels. I’ve seen it done plenty of times and its a perfect fit.
  8. So quick summary of new parts so far: Red Sian arches Red Sian 5x13 tapered panels Osprey blade in black Red Sian arch extension? White 2x3 panel Black 3x5 panel plate Red curved 3x13 panel This set is looking like a really good MOC package!
  9. It has the Osprey/Sian blades in black at the skirts.
  10. Here it is:
  11. Cool! That one is red in real life, although a slightly darker red. That makes me wonder...
  12. The version you bought is the stolen version. The only authorized version is produced by CaDa and that does have pieces in different colors, but not different pieces such as lights.
  13. Yep, but those are also getting more and more rare.
  14. A masterpiece! Already bought the instructions - they are amazing. I’m definitely building it next. By the way, you should look into a replacement for panel 13 and 14 in orange. They’re crazy rare at the moment and you need two of each.
  15. LvdH

    [MOC][WIP] Nissan 180SX Type X

    That rear suspension setup looks very interesting. I’ve never seen it done that way. I really have to build one of your designs to see that gearbox in person.