Lox Lego

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  • Birthday 11/01/1985

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    Barrie, Ontario
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    BMX Lego

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  1. 1967 Eleanor Mustang

    You explained it perfectly KD :) Hi! Yes, I will Make instructions very soon and post them on rebrickable. Thanks @Offroadcreat1ons - I couldn’t pass it up. It suited the car too well
  2. 1967 Eleanor Mustang

    Thanks all :) Leo - I've got tons of chrome now for new builds - excited to use them. Busterhaus - I stole those cobra's from one of my sons Ninjago sets. I saw them and immediately knew how i could implement them. I was also fond of the white and black combo, I had originally wanted to do a blue stripe, but the parts took a while to arrive thru BL and black seemed decent so I stuck with it. Hey guys, thanks for the comment :) I was influenced by @LvdH to use those rims and tires as they suit the build. I'm glad I used them, and had geared down the steering as a vehicle this weight can damage the steering if it has a larger turning radius. I has more of a turning radius that what was seen in the video, but I was filming and steering at the same time so I didn't turn the wheels all the way. I always gear down the porsche rims (As Lego did in the Porsche set) because the wheels have such a deep dish that if they turned the full amount they would rub on the suspension arms. Can't thank you guys enough for your help Technic_addict, KD and LvdH. Look forward to meeting you guys again later this week :) Thanks for the correction - clearly a bigger Mustang fan than myself Cheers Hey meatman, thanks for the comments. I was asked about removing the 2l connectors from the wheel arches already, but it just doesn't look right. The extra width of the 2l connectors cover the small gaps around the wheel for an overall better appearance. The roof was a touch different than I would have hoped, but its unique and I grew to like it once it was built. Thanks all - onto my next challenge with @DugaldIC - STAY TUNED! 1967 Eleanor Mustang Engine bay goodness by lachlan cameron, on Flickr
  3. Bugatti Chiron 1:8

    Beautiful update! You've capture so many functions its unreal. Love the secret key and that wild gearbox. Your photos are top notch as well - congrats on a pro hypercar
  4. [MOC] 2018 Supercar

    Great work on this one! You've captured the overall shape very well. Keep pushing forwards!
  5. The classic 1967 Ford Eleanor GT500 was a fearsome beast in its day, with a 428 cubic inch big block rippling the pavement courtesy of an astounding 355 horsepower. It's also the car made famous as "Eleanor," Steve McQueen's awesome ride in the original 1974 movie Gone In Sixty Seconds. With so much heritage to this classic car, I knew this build had to reflect that hardcore stance and styling everyone grew to love. 1967 Eleanor Mustang- let’s drive by lachlan cameron, on Flickr In an attempt to stay true to the mechanics and design, I began with the classic live axle rear suspension and an inboard suspension style in the front with Ackerman steering and torsion bar. 1967 Eleanor Mustang- Chrome engine block, gold pistons, red chrome wheels - by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I threw my new red chrome rims on the car just for a quick photo with lots of bling :) 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The car also sports front and rear headlights, motorized hood and trunk, 2 XL motors for drive, 1 servo motor for steering, 2 Buwizz batteries in the trunk, a chrome V8 engine block with gold pistons, working fan and blower, snap back doors. 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I did try to follow the shape of the car closely, as you can see in the overlay below: 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr After so many new challenges on this car I'm fairly satisfied with the outcome. So sit back, grab a cuppa and check the video! 1967 Eleanor Mustang- chromed out rear end 😎😎 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr 1967 Eleanor Mustang- interior by lachlan cameron, on Flickr 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr And as always - a huge thanks to my brother @DugaldIC , @KD123 & @technic_addict for their support throughout this build.
  6. This is brilliant :) Macro scale - simple and effect design. Well done Anto
  7. Annnnndddddd we have a winner!! lol This is perfect - I'm sure just the vehicle Buwizz was describing in the contest. My favorite jump was at the 0.30 mark. Well done!
  8. [MOC] Hardtail chopper

    Beautiful creation! Love the color combo. Welcome to Eurobricks 😎
  9. Dominator TRS

    That. Is. Awesome!!!! My gosh it’s massive. Love the opening scene when you drive by, really shows the size of the thing!! Love is
  10. Hey @Pvdb - How soon will we be able to see a working video of this masterpiece?
  11. I think a pure black and red version would look best IMO. They are all awesome
  12. Well that’s a different way to do it! I still haven’t bought the Rally car yet, but definitely plan on keeping this Porsche built and displayed. Appreciate the feedback -
  13. Wow... this is such a lovely car. To know... somehow you’ve fit that monstrosity of a gearbox into this car, it’s a real work of art!! The lines flow so well all over the car. The only complaint is the similarity to Madoca’s 1:10 Icarus. I wouldn’t normally point this out, but the front hood and doors look similar. I’m very much looking forward to how that you gear box works and a video of the functions. Great to see you back at it after a year off!
  14. [WIP] Bugatti Chiron 1:8

    Wow... to take on this build with such limited parts - it’s amazing. Such a tough car to replicate (I know all to well) but you’ve managed to capture the looks very well. Interested which functions you’ve fit in there!
  15. Hey all! I've finished the instructions for the Dodge Viper ACR. This Viper packs 2x Buwizz 2.0 (with Ludicrous mode) that power this monster with 2x Buggy motors. The gearing is accessible and can be swapped for a higher or lower gear in minutes. Ratios avail: 1:1 and 1:1.6. Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-13655/Loxlego/dodge-viper-acr This model also has many build options:1. 1 or 2 buwizz / 1 or 2 Lipo / 1 or 2 Sbrick2. 2 Buggy motor or 2 XL motor for drive (see photo below for XL motors)3. Fully manual car (just remove the electronics)Follow the instructions for each option. Please note: some axles get worn from the ludicrous power that is sent to the rear wheels Dodge Viper ACR- revised Hood design by lachlan cameron, on Flickr IMG_5379.3 by lachlan cameron, on Flickr Dodge Viper ACR - Custom seat design by lachlan cameron, on Flickr