Sérgio

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  • Birthday 12/12/1986

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  1. Thank you for your feedback, yes I had to compromise some details in order to archive others that I felt were more relevant, like that little slope trans-black on the doors for example. Regarding the rims, they were made by a french fellow, that I found first on Instagram, I contact him and ask him if he could make the rims for me, so the silver rims were made on purpose for me, the white ones he already has (they are for the Audi Quattro) Here are the links to his Instagram and Facebook: https://www.instagram.com/xtr.crea.cars/ https://www.facebook.com/XTR.LEGO.CARS
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    [MOC] Medway 1903 - Eva 1:45 Scale

    She knows!! She is always "helping" when I'm building something.
  3. NEZ Cassé LEGO Replica of the former CP1903, 1903 is the only Locomotive on the Medway fleet with this "Pikachu" color, that is what makes her unique. I called Her because it was baptized with the female name "Eva" The 1900 class locomotives were built by Sorefame in Portugal under license from the French company Alsthom and are visually similar to SNCF Class CC 72000 Motorized with Power functions and 3rd party Bluetooth Battery compatible with PF elements.
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    [MOC] Ferrari 250 GTO - Speed Champions style model

    Great clean looking, I Love to see studless builds, and you achieved the shape without using the GTO overpriced mudguard. Nice job!
  5. Hello! My second version of this Climbing monster has improvements: Enough room for a minifig custom stickers to mimic the exact look Now it has an engine inside custom 3D printed rims that are exact replicas of the original car (printed by XTR Lego Cars ) There is also an alternative set of wheels do mimic the old Gran Turismo Look of this car (Also custom 3D printed)
  6. It looks Amazing, love the stance!
  7. Hi! Who remembers this monster on the Gran Turismo video games?This thing costs 1 or 2 million, but it flies!! Almost 1000HP on a 900Kg car. As usual, I like to make "not-normal" cars, this Suzuki Gran Vitara is everything except normal. I tried to make the most smooth and studless as possible with the maximum details possible, I use stickers from other Speed Champions sets and did some custom ones myself, however, unlike what Lego usually does on the Speed Champions Sets, instead used stickers/prints (which I consider a cheat) I brick-built the vents, front grill and the "headlights" I did some weird angles, including the cockpit that is angled/hinged in order to make the shape of this car close to the real thing.
  8. Your presentations are so well done, that I almost have a feeling that I am building your models. I learn a lot of techniques here! thank you!
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    [MOC] The W.C. Ratrod

    Thank you :)
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    Pictures from Torben Plagborg - 9V system

    I'm in love with that "long(correct length for a train)" metroliner!
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    BR 98 Battery Powered

    Such a cuteness, love these 12V era builds!