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  1. Based on the Mercedes-Benz G500 Cabriolet design, and carried out a more radical modification. Two L motor drive, one servo motor steering, four-wheel drive, remote control. Using two special parts, one is above the 42043 logo, and the other is x85 (lamp bowl). Rear bumper design is still in the adjustment. http://www.moc-pages.../moc.php/430479
  2. Wat Tambor

    Fancy Custom Sportscar

    I am proud to present you my very first LEGO car that I have built and I am quite pleased with the outcome and had a lot of fun building this fancy cabriolet. If you want to see more pictures, including the details in the cockpit, they can be found on my ImperiumDerSteine album. Fancy Custom Sportscar by Jonas Obermaier, on Flickr Feedback is really appreciated, since I am a begginer in building LEGO cars! Jonas
  3. All, I am trying to build the core structure of a Cadillac Eldorado Biarriz 1959. As it's a convertible the chassis needs to be very strong as I have no roof to support it and the door should open up. So except for the center 3 studs, the chassis can only be 2 studs high, especially in the center where the seat are. I have created a structure that works ok for now, but seems quite "solid" and require a lot of beams. Anybody any ideas on how to make it as stiff as possible while potentially reducing number of parts needed? Top View Update 21-04-2014 The front shape is starting to look like the real thing. Next step the bonnet..... Update 30-04-2015. Bonnet and dashboard are ready, lights and motor wiring all routed to the back, time to model the backside section!! :sweet: