Greetings RailCo... I did not steal your idea
Our two builds are extremely similar but, that is what you get when you design/build to a small scale with a specific function in mind. My original build used straight track and broke apart when I moved it from my desk to the dining room table. I then went back to my desk and redesigned using flex track which worked great but, was wobbly so I incorporated bricks to keep the flex track in place. We designed the same thing to do the same function. Congratulations on creating a build that I didn't know existed until this morning - you should also include a video of how your track works, it will help gain support if visitors see it in use.
I wish people would credit others for their work these days...
I do give credit when I use another's build for inspiration or I modify their design.
[–]lonestar_txMOC Designer[S] 8 points 21 days ago
All credit to /u/Warvanov for the vehicle design... little bit of tweaking with a color swap and the Delta became the Impala.
I modified the build from Team BTTF --- I didn't like how the front moved before the train so I shortened it and built this scene from the end of the last movie.
LINKS for Team BTTF:
[–]lonestar_txMOC Designer[S] 10 points 1 year ago
Here is all the info on my build:
Modified build from the original design by "Misa Nikolic" LINK: Misa Nikolic MOCpages
Spock from "custom BRICKS" LINK: custom BRICKS (I changed his face - Mister Spock smiles only once in a while).
Custom decals from "OtherWorldModels" LINK:OtherWorldModels
lonestar_txMOC Designer[S] 1 point 2 years ago
I found out about the smaller Tumbler from post submitted by u/GeneralJustice
Here is his post
The original design is shared from buggyirk and here is his LEGO Ideas submission with downloadable file
I wish people find out more information before passing judgement
If I had known about your build and used it for inspiration, I would have credited you and provided a link to your LEGO Ideas Project... Like I have done --- ALWAYS.