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  1. Flossie

    [REVIEW] 40517 Vespa

    I really like this set and think it would look great next to the creator expert cars that have already been released, especially the Fiat 500.
  2. Flossie

    [MOC] The Red Italian

    I've just remembered that Legoland Windsor were at one time sponsored by Fiat and had many different models including the Multipla in Miniland.
  3. Flossie

    [MOC] The Red Italian

    Why not? The problem with car design in recent years is that the majority of car companies are scared to be different. If you took the badges off a great many cars today the average person would not be able to tell you what it was.
  4. Flossie

    [MOC] The Red Italian

    The Multipla is a piece of design genius that was ahead of its time. Not many cars can seat six and still have luggage space on such a small footprint. With the rear seats out it could transport a standard size pallet.
  5. If it's 1:8 scale then I'm definitely going to buy it to go with my GT3 RS, Chiron, Sian, Panigale and 2006 Ferrari F1 which are all mounted on the wall of my staircase.
  6. Flossie

    10295 Creator Expert Porsche 911 Discussion

    I really like this set. It is one one the best Creator Expert cars and the different building techniques used are really interesting. My only improvement would be to include enough bricks to make a Turbo, Targa, Turbo Targa and a Carrera. For a few more bricks it could have been a 4 in 1 set.
  7. Personally I would like a Space Shuttle in the same scale as the Saturn V with a Hubble space telescope in the payload bay.
  8. Flossie

    10295 Creator Expert Porsche 911 Discussion

    Looking at the licences Lego has and what I think would look good in brick form (here's looking at you Aston DB4). I'd like to see one of the following: Lamborghini Countach LP400 Ford Model T Mclaren F1 BMW M1 Bugatti Type 35 Mclaren MP4/4 Porsche 911 (1964-1975) Land Rover (Series II) If I could get any car in Lego Creator form it would have to be a Citroen DS.
  9. The more I look at the completed car the more I am impressed with it. The angles and construction techniques are a lot more complex than the Porsche or Bugatti. Small things make big differences, the angle of the doors when they are closed. The curvature of the rear spoiler. The intersects of the headlight pieces. Initially I was sceptical about this set, but it is now my favourite of the three.
  10. In my opinion Lego should have released the McLaren Speedtail instead of the Lamborghini Sian. It is a better 'poster' car than the Lamborghini and has some more interesting design features such as the three seat configuration and the pop out cameras instead of wing mirrors.
  11. What scale is the Ducati? Is it 1:8 like the Bugatti and Porsche GT3 RS?
  12. For some reason I'm just not getting excited about this set. The Porsche was the first and the Chiron is the ultimate piece of engineering. The Lamborghini is just another supercar. Personally I think a McLaren Speedtail would have been a better option due to its unique cabin and engineering. This year I am more interested in the Ducati.
  13. Flossie

    LEGO Speed Champions 2020 - Rumors, Speculation, and Discussion

    I may be in the minority, but I prefer the Audi to the Ferrari. It looks like the real car it is based on. The Ferrari, especially the front looks awful.
  14. I would love to see the Forth Rail Bridge. One of the most recognisable bridges in the world and an amazing piece of Victorian engineering.