JamesJT

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  • Birthday 01/01/1972

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  1. Instructions are now on my youtube. I don't think so. There is a picture of the remaining parts at the end of the video instructions.
  2. I made a V6 Exige from 42096. I haven't made instructions but I probably will. 42096 V6 Exige by James Tillson, on Flickr 42096 V6 Exige by James Tillson, on Flickr It looks better with a few added parts... 42096 V6 Exige by James Tillson, on Flickr
  3. I pimped my 42096 beetle. Untitled by James Tillson, on Flickr Untitled by James Tillson, on Flickr
  4. I thought it would be a B model as there is no official Lego alternative build.
  5. I made a FWD 1997 Beetle from 42096. I also made free instructions. Untitled by James Tillson, on Flickr
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    Technic Silliest Builds?

    How about a one-armed crawling zombie, a Hamster on a wheel, or a X-wing in the Death Star trench?
  7. That's the one, looks great. I think it needs the bumpers off, the mirrors moved and a light pod on the front.
  8. Nice to see this pop up again. The instructions are excellent as always. This (and every blue and black car I ever made) can be built in white using the curved panels from 42096. I'd like to make the Anson 358 car with an extra motor and a BuWizz,
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    First time I saw a mini engine was in the 9393 B model.
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    42093 Corvette ZR-1

    I like the little corvette. Looks like 15 studs wide so not quite the same scale as my small corvettes. I hope those new small arches come in other colours soon. IMG_7502 by James Tillson, on Flickr
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    [MOC] 1960s Corvettes

    Agreed, it is cute and it all scales nicely with these wheels. Thank you. All of the 1:10 cars have free instructions on youtube, The links are in the first post. Thanks. Everything looks better with chrome parts but I don't have any. I've added some detail to the 1:13 C1. I will be fitting an orange mini V8 when the parts arrive. 57 C1 1 by James Tillson, on Flickr 57 C1 3 by James Tillson, on Flickr
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    [MOC] 1960s Corvettes

    I have started another C1 but this time I made it smaller (1:13 scale) and had a go at the 1957 rear. So far the chassis only has steering and I haven't decided if it will be RC yet. WIP 1957 C1 1 by James Tillson, on Flickr WIP 1957 C1 4 by James Tillson, on Flickr WIP 1957 C1 5 by James Tillson, on Flickr
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    [WIP] Baby Bugatti

    Thanks. Yes, raising that would make it look more bugatti and less boxster. Thanks. It was only the colour combo that made me think "bugatti". Thanks. I just hang a curved panel on #3 connectors then fill in the gaps!. All the blue flexi disappeared off bricklink (I think it was for a crowkillers model) I learned to live without them. All blue and with the snout deleted it doesn't look like a bugatti at all so I guess this thread is done. IMG_7326 by James Tillson, on Flickr IMG_7325 by James Tillson, on Flickr
  14. I was working on a car for my seamless transmission, I built the back end in both black and blue, put them both on the chassis and this was "born". It wasn't supposed to be a "Bugatti" but it does have the right colours. I don't know if this will be the final model yet. Baby Bugatti WIP 8 by James Tillson, on Flickr Baby Bugatti WIP 2 by James Tillson, on Flickr
  15. Thanks. There are bits of C and D type in there, I also thought it looked a bit mid/rear engine like a porsche RS-61. I need to make a modern car with this gearbox, it would be nice to have a visual clue (such as a pop up spoiler) to show which gear is being used. The car does reach full speed quicker when using both gears. I have not yet tested it against a version of the car with the high gearing and all gearbox parts removed.