brickhead_07

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  1. brickhead_07

    [MOD] New brick headlights for Pagani Utopia (76915)

    Looks way better than the set, great work!
  2. brickhead_07

    [MOC] 1959 Cadillac Series 62

    Thats great to hear, thank you very much! Yeah I know about these two but they aren't really pink in my opinion, as you said. Oh cool, that's very interesting! Thank you for your nice comment, appreciate it!
  3. brickhead_07

    [MOC] 1959 Cadillac Series 62

    The absolute pinnacle of 1950s car design - The 1959 Cadillac The 1959 Cadillac Series 62 is an iconic symbol of automotive luxury and elegance from the golden age of American car design. Released during an era of excess and flamboyance, the '59 Cadillac embodied the spirit of the 1950s with its massive size, extravagant tailfins, and elaborate chrome accents. The Series 62 was a part of Cadillac's lineup, which was known for its opulence and cutting-edge features. The '59 model was no exception. From the moment it hit the streets, the Cadillac Series 62 turned heads with its bold and distinctive styling. The rear tailfins soared to impressive heights, resembling rockets ready for takeoff. They were and still are the biggest tail fins ever put on a production car and mark the absolute peak of the tailfin era. The grille featured a bold, intricate design, and the abundance of chrome trim added to its undeniable presence. Fun fact: When the general public thinks of a pink Cadillac, minds instantly flock to a 1959 model with gorgeous tailfins and sweeping lines. But, the fact of the matter is Cadillac never made a pink 1959 Cadillac. All pink 1959 Cadillacs have been repainted at some point. Under the hood, the '59 Series 62 was powered by a 390 cui V8 engine putting out about 325 hp, providing power for effortless cruising on the open road. The Tri-power equipped Eldorado reached up to 345 hp. It offered a smooth and comfortable ride, with Cadillac's renowned attention to detail evident in every aspect of the car's construction. Inside, the cabin boasted luxurious upholstery, spacious seating, and a host of advanced features for the time, including power windows, air conditioning, and a cutting-edge radio system. The 1959 Cadillac Series 62 quickly became a status symbol, attracting celebrities, dignitaries, and those seeking the epitome of american luxury. Its iconic design and lavish features made it a standout in an era that embraced excess and glamour. Today, the '59 Cadillac Series 62 continues to be a highly sought-after collector's car, cherished by automotive enthusiasts and vintage car aficionados worldwide. Its distinctive appearance and historical significance have solidified its place in automotive history, serving as a timeless reminder of an era when american cars ruled the road with their size, style, and unabashed extravagance. My model This model is not based of the LEGO Ideas Ghostbusters Ecto-1 set. I just think that the set doesn't really look good and decided to do my completely own 59 Cadillac. I had a lot of building this iconic 50s car. I'm really happy with the end result, I think the pink is the perfect color for the 59 Cadillac, even though it is not a original color. This car has an realtivitely detailed interior but does not really support minifigs. The model is 8.4 studs wide, 24.2 studs long and about 5 bricks high. This model is quite stable, so you can use this model as a display piece but you can also play with it. The instructions for this model are easy to follow and for free. If you want to modify this model, no problem, just download the Stud.io 3D file and start building. If there are any problems with the instructions, please contact me. I spent a lot of time and effort in this model so I would be happy if you reply to this topic! I recently saw this one film with like ghost and all kinds of weird stuff… You probably never heard of it. Anyway they had like a 59 Cadillac Miller Meteor...thing. Do you think I should build it? Let me know in the comments! A NEW REALM OF MOTORING MAJESTY ! - ad for the 1959 Cadillac You can find instructions for this model on my Rebrickable page
  4. brickhead_07

    [MOC] 5pin trucks

    All of them look superb, great work!
  5. brickhead_07

    [MOC] 1950 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

    @Redhead1982 I'm glad you like it!
  6. brickhead_07

    [MOC] 1950 Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon

    @Silverhurst, @franzal Thank you very much!
  7. brickhead_07

    [MOD] Jazz Club Expanded - 47 studs wide

    Cool expansion! Great improvement
  8. brickhead_07

    76914 Ferrari F50

    Very nice alternate build! Great work!
  9. Such an great looking build, I love it!
  10. Finally a 50s car again! The 1950 Buick In 1949, Buick introduced a completely new model, but General Motors decided to update the styling of Buick models in 1950. This included the iconic Sweepspear silhouette, four portholes in the hood, and the buck-tooth grille. The 1950 Buick Roadmaster was available as a four-door sedan, Riviera hardtop, convertible, and Estate Wagon, which made extensive use of real tree wood. The Estate Wagon models produced from 1950 to 1953 were the last Buicks to feature real structural wood. Additionally, there were Deluxe versions of the Riviera and sedan, both confusingly named "Riviera." The Roadmaster Sedanettes were also available, but due to slow sales, they were discontinued after the 1950 model year, making them highly sought-after by collectors today. The Buicks produced during this time represent the last of the long-running overhead valve straight eight engines, which still produced approximately 150 horsepower in the Roadmaster. The smaller Buick Special retained its straight eight in 1953 before the entire line received V8 power in 1954. What are Woodies? Wood-bodied station wagons, affectionaly known a Woodies, may be gone, but are certainly not forgotten. Originally invented to transport train passengers and their luggage, they became a american icon and also a huge part of the surf culture. Around 1920, car manufacturers started to combine the easy-to-work-on metal and good-looking and structural wood. Wood for cars was used for 30 more years, but it was getting a more and more rare. This Buick Roadmaster Estate Wagon was built in 1950 when the real woody era was slowly ending. In 1953 the Buick Roadmaster was the last car that used structural wood. From then on, wood was only used as a trim piece and got replaced by wood foil in the 1960s. About my MOC As always, I had lots of fun designing this model because these shapes are something I've never done before. This model would fit great in line with my other station wagons like my '40 Ford Deluxe Station Wagon and my '59 Ford Country Squire I'm really happy with the end result, I think the Dark Green goes great together with the Tan and Dark Orange of the wood. This car unfortunately doesn't have an detailed interior and does not support minifigs. I tried my best but more wasn't . The model is about 8.8 studs wide, 23.3 studs long and 7 bricks high. This model should be quite stable, so you can use this model as a display piece but you can also play with it. The instructions for this model are easy to follow and for free. If you want to modify this model, no problem, just download the Stud.io 3D file and start building. If there are any problems with the instructions, please contact me. I spent a lot of time and effort in this model so I would be happy if you reply to this topic! I plan on building more versions of this car, so stay tuned. It's beautiful! --- It's Brawny! --- It's Buick's alone! -- Advert for the new 1950 Buick grille You can find instructions for this model on my Rebrickable page
  11. This looks so cool! I love it! Keep up the great work!
  12. Epic model, great work!