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This Lego car is designed based on Aston Martin Vulcan, and following features are included:· - 2 Large motors for driving· - 1 servo motor for steering· - Steering wheel rotates when steering· - Independent suspension on each wheel· - Openable front hood· - Openable back trunk· - Openable doors· - Workable front lights (turning on with driving)· - Workable rear lights (turning on with steering)· - Adjustable side mirrors· - Adjustable spoilerMore pictures and the instructions (with the part list) can be found at https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOgNjFTYIbAkVcHX9Iw0sE9J_GxHUxzYmq5Utr7mfdn9KHw4ZeHCMTsCR9yBaSXmw?key=RnVjcXc0X09qMGVmZ3pqWkNaSEg4Uzhxc1k4SkpB Thanks.
I have always wanted to recreate this famous Bond, James Bond vehicle in Lego form. After watching some Bond films recently I decided that now was the time to finally do it. I am not an avid car building so for me this was trying out something new, the fact that I chose the DB5 didn't make things easier as its form is very difficult to recreate using Lego pieces. Still in the end I feel that I did a fine enough job and so I wanted to share it with you. Here you can see the front of the car, the hood was rather tricky but the end result leaves me very pleased. Here you can see the tire-shredding blade coming out of the wheel in the back. A side view of the car. Next up a top shot of the back, again the shaping was very tricky to get right but I did my best. Another feature of the Aston Martin were revolving number plates, I spend some time thinking about how to achieve this and finally settled on this simple solution 2 1x1 modified tile pieces that sit next to eachother to create the licence plate, this also makes it very easy to swap them. The car can also fit a minifigure, unfortunately I didn't have any suave looking agents lying around so I had to get a test subject out of the Q lab... as you can see he isn't very pleased, oh well there is still that ejector seat ;) And here is one final stylish shot of the car. So that was my Aston Martin DB5, I hope that you enjoyed this, as always have a nice day :)
Hi there! I have been on this site a while, but only posted a few mocs, none of my system cars. i find them enjoyable to get little details, which are hard in a technic car. I think i did a good job myself, but your opinion may vary. It is a 2014 Aston Martin v12 Vantage S, with a convertible roof. It has bodywork from the car, a engine like the v12, and a removable roof, plus removable hood. The car in brick. Front. Rear Roof off. Interior. engine. on road. enjoy, and C&C welcome.
Roughly a year ago I build my version of the iconic Aston Martin DB5. Looking back at it it was a decent first attempt but there were some areas that could certainly be improved upon thus enter version 2. Overal the look is still very similar but some small details are made more accurate, one of such examples are the wheels which looked to "thick" and "modern" on the previous version. Also a shoutout to Er0l as his DB5 served as a massive inspiration. Obviously I had to use the new Bruce Wayne white suit in order to replicate Sean Connery's suit from Goldfinger. Very pleased with how it looks. Same shot without Bond this time. Can't have the DB5 without the tire shreader can we? A look at the side of the car, as you can see it is roughly 17 studs long. The rear highlighted. A full on rear shot to reveal the exhausts. One final shot because, why not ;) I thoroughly hope that you liked the look of my updated Aston Martin DB5 model, feedback of any kind is always appreciated :) Shout out to Er0l, the famous car builder, because his DB5 served as massive inspiration. Hope you have a nice day and until next time.