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Hi Guys! I finished my new model. I didn't hold on to any real car, but it is similar to the old classic Chevrolet Bell Air / Impala. There's nothing to open, it's just a riding model. Drive / Turn = standard L-Motor / Servo. There is a 1:1 transfer from the L-motor to the differential. photos: FLICKR
Hi guys, has been a while since I visited here, but wanted to try this contest out. I plan to do the Willard Faction (Similar to the buick GNX) from GTA V. (Image below) I've come up with an idea for the hydraulics which allows a significant amount of lift, as well as there to be suspension involved. Here's a potato quality video to show you what I mean. Ignore the ugly yellow wheels, if the project gets far enough i'll BrickLink some! Hope you guys like it! -ender
Bricksonwheels posted a topic in LEGO Scale ModelingI rarely build cars, but a tricked out Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet lowrider in 1/10 scale had been on my wishlist for a while. After some extensive research on lowrider technicalities and Cadillac 1980s frame design, I started work. This model is constructed out of 100% genuine Lego bricks; many retro-chromed with plating on plastics true chrome technology…. so actual true metal layers there. The gold parts however are sprayed. For the first time I used UV printing technology to apply a mural directly on the bricks on the trunk lid. The only non-Lego parts are some wires and the ‘Rollerz’ club logo, which is lasercut from Acrylic. All in all a lot of new technology to support this build. Hope you like it! Cadillac Lowrider Display in Lego 1:10 by bricksonwheels, on Flickr Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet 1/10 in Lego by bricksonwheels, on Flickr Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet 1/10 in Lego by bricksonwheels, on Flickr Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet 1/10 in Lego by bricksonwheels, on Flickr Cadillac Lowrider V8 Engine by bricksonwheels, on Flickr Ice and Hydraulics. by bricksonwheels, on Flickr
How low can you go? Chassis dragging the ground? Yeap that is as low as you can go!!!! Happy New year! Well I'm very pleased to present my Lincoln Continental Lowrider. I have been wanting to make a Lowrider for some time and what better choice than the coolest car ever made? This Moc features suicide doors, opening boot and HOG steering as well as being really really low. - 46cm long, 20 cm wide and 13.5cm height (Max) - 1x M motor using 7.4v lipo, and switch. (Can also fit Standard BB) - 1.76 KG - Locking mechanism for in upright position allowing for suspension to be pushed up and down with out stress to lifting gear. - Full independent suspension all round. - HOG steering using push-pull rod. (Very smooth) - Main chassis is just 1 stud thick and features a cool sliding chassis (and body work) to accommodate the 2 stud think doors, allowing movement longways whilst maintaining strength. Any other questions or suggestions please leave a comment below. Cheers.