mopc

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  1. mopc

    10-wide MOC family cars

    These motors seem too slow, I'm afraid.. What if I used 2 M motors?
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    Yes, it's a prototype, what would the advantage be with the L or XL motor?? I don't know anything
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    I'm not in the mood of opening a new thread so I'm posting my video of my brand new 18 stud-wide four-door REMOTE CONTROL car baby! Finally my childhood dream came true! I'll improve it with new features, this is just a simple prototype, for me to learn how these things work.
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    My LEGO City and Car MOCs

    I like the first one, nice sedan! Visit my thread, I have a thread on 6-wide minifig-scale cars similar to yours, but wider and with doors, hoods and trunks opening
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    Video explaining how to "transform" the 3-in-1 red car (fastback > sedan > statio wagon) https://youtu.be/gpOlh8xmHHg
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    New white 2-door hatchback the only one with engine so far: Black 4-door version - notice this is the first one to have been created gap-free from the start! The van was stretched a bit The old yellow station wagon is still gappy, because I don't have yellow panels. But the front and the roof have been improved
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    You were right about the gaps, it is possible to fill them with those tiny panel pieces, so that the front door does not conflict with the rear door hinge bulge. Take a look, plus my new hatchback models White large sedan, now without door gap and with a B-column (middle column) the front was a bit changed too, the grille Red 3-in-1 model now gapless, here in the station wagon version: Blue fastback, gap-free baby
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    Minifig-scale cars

    Did I post my old youtube video? Here it is
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    Minifig-scale cars

    Thank you, I'll try that.
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    You also have to wait a few more weeks/months until I get all the parts for the interiors, so far very spartan
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    Yes the gaps are for easy opening of front doors. I have also built a version of the red fastback with no gap - but opening the front door was cumbersome. I don't know much about these forums, moderators are free to move this thread to Special Themes forum, I don't even know where that is.
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    10-wide MOC family cars

    My current fleet of 5-wide cars below, they are all-opening (hoods/bonnets, all four doors, rear hatch/trunk door) they are all four-doors (when applicable, the minivan is 3 doors) and seek to emulate the look of standard regular family cars we see on the streets, I don't care much for fancy exotic cars, I am trying to specialized on dorky regular family production cars (mostly following a 70's or 80's design) Some of them are lacking an interior, some have an interior, but I am still waiting for parts to create the seats and panels and steering wheels, as of June 2018. Model 1 - "White 1972 Ford LTD" - November 2017 - my first 10-wide car, it emulates a typical large American sedan from the 70s. Model 2 - "Red 1986 Opel Kadett" - December 2017 - my second try went for a late 80's compact fastback European style car, that ended up looking a bit like a Kadett (with a hint at an Audi Quattro rear). I eventually created alternative sedan and station wagon rears for that red car, and these rears can still be easily switched, making the read fastback a 3-in-1 "transformer" model! I leave it in the sedan configuration now because I have a separate hatchback and a separate Model 3 - "Yellow 1981 Toyota Corona Station Wagon" looks a lot like a station wagon version of the Red Fastback, but with a higher, bulkier front and a longer rear. Model 4 - Blue Fastback - an almost exact copy of Model 2, made to look a bit simpler, like a base model. Model 5 - Tan-Brown minivan - just made it a few days ago and it's in early prototype stage, I intend to extend it 2 studs and make a better rear and roof. The red version of the fastback has a gray streak in the C column, ending at the corner roof slope There is also my 16-wide motorized remote controlled (all-opening) white sedan But I'll leave it for another thread!!!
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    Minifig-scale cars

    I am very new to the world of Lego, is it possible to market one's own Lego creations? I wouldn't mind making a few bucks off this new hobby. I am opening a new thread on my 10-wide cars, five models so far.
  14. Fantastic and excellent, I have alsways been a fan of Tatra (a rare thing in Brazil) and your model serves as inspiration for my large scale lego cars that I am now learning how to build.