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  1. My new model will be something quite unusual. To begin, I would like to say a little word about Ken Block. After revolutionizing what’s possible with a car and cameras, including rallyes, snow board and more – he passed away in a snowmobile accident at the very beginning of the year. This model will rather be a tribute than the representation of the car that he was to drive at Pikes Peak this year... The origin of the project Back to July 2022, I was contacted by WeBrick. They asked me if I could build a model using their parts. They provide adaptable LEGO parts, and their main advantages are the number of available colors (no limitations contrary to LEGO, for instance due to the few colors for mudguards) and the cheap price. This is why I accepted: it was an opportunity to create a model that I could’t have imagined with LEGO parts. I could choose any color and avoid all the color issues that you meet when you build with LEGO parts. Furthermore, it was possible to bring a MOC that is not more expensive than the equivalent LEGO sets, whereas usually, MOCs are way more expensive than sets. I won’t add more details about WeBrick, because this is not the main subject of this topic. I thought it was necessary to quickly explain why I accepted to build a model with non-LEGO parts and why I chose to reproduce the Hoonipigasus. So please, if you have any questions or remarks related to WeBrick, contact me by private message or by social media to keep this thread about my model. And you know what? There's even a 100% LEGO version! Choice of the model My model had to be built around these two main aspects: A never seen color An affordable price for a nice looking and functionnal model This led me to the Hoonipigasus in 1:10 scale (1:11 to be exact because the wheels are huge). The aim was simple: do better than LEGO’s 1:10 scale models. Eventhough the Porsche and the Ferrari have got a pleasant design for a low less high price than the 1:8 supercars, they are missing interesting functions. I wanted to provide a design at least as good as these cars, but with more interesting features. My model includes: Steering with return to the steering wheel and a HOG Openable doors and trunks F1-type suspension 4-speed sequential gearbox Here is the result: Design The most important thing I understood about design is that what looks best is when the panels are placed in the simplest manner, so the result looks simple. But it isn’t. That’s what I noticed on the Predator and the 1:8 Porsche of LEGO: everything looks simple, without angles between the panels, but this looks really nice. I tried to do the same thing on my model, with parts tilted around one axis at most. I longly wondered how I would replicate the mudguards. The real car was widened a lot, and the mudguards have got a really low profile, making impossible the use of LEGO mudguards. Flex only would have resulted in a too empty result, and I was afraid that using flex + beams would look too heavy. But finally, flex and beams look fine. On the rear, I even succeded in reproducing the slight inclination of the sides thanks to the use of 3x11 panels slightly pushing the mudguards on the exterior![/img] And a lot of stickers to make the design as faithful as possible! LEGO Version A few details change compared to the WeBrick version (12L flex instead of 14L, no rear headlights), otherwise they are identical. Steering The system is simple, you can see the pictures of the 3D model below. The steering can be controlled using the HOG as well as the steering wheel. However, there is a little defect: if you move the car backwards using the HOG, a gear of the transmission may slightly touch a bush, producing some noise. This could easily be fixed by removing the HOG, but to me, the pros of the HOG beat the cons. Openings The doors and a panel of the front trunk can be opened, while the rear trunk can be removed to see the rear suspension. F1-type suspension The original car features a pushrod suspension. I wanted to reproduce the system, while having something reliable. And with space constraints. I can tell you that I spent hours and hours making messed up prototypes! It was necessary that everything worked in compression and not in traction. Because suspensions like on LEGO’s F1s work well when the model was just assembled, but after some time, nothing works anymore: there are too important constrainsts on the ball joints and the connectors. Also, I had to get a geometry allowig a perfect height of the car. That’s all, I think I summarized the issues quite well! Gearbox Due to space limits, it’s a 4-speed gearbox, with a paddle shifter. The shifter is almost exactly the one of Lego Technic Mastery. On the WeBrick version, it doesn’t work as well as the LEGO version if you take the paddles from the upper part. The 3L axles tend to bend the holes of the liftarms, so you have to be careful and take the paddles by at least the middle. But on the LEGO version, no issue. Et voilà! Other pictures of the 100% LEGO version : To finish, the video ! Each model has got around 1750 parts. It’s a little more than LEGO’s 1:10 scale models, let’s say that it’s the fault of the mudguards. ^^ I also optimised the inventory: I managed to limit the number of references as much as possible by removing the useless colors and replacing some parts by others when it was possible. All the pictures are available here for the LEGO version and there for the WeBrick version. Fun fact: when I uploaded the pictures on FlickR, I realised that there were 43 images. What a coincidence! Here are the instructions for the LEGO version. If you are interested in building the pink version, send me a private message. Spacial thaks to @Milan and @Jim who authorized me to present the non-LEGO version on the forum.
  2. This seedy, rundown looking building is a heavily modified version of half of the 2015 set 10246 (Detective Office) from the modular building line. I removed the blue barber shop building and cookie-smuggling play features, and added an exterior staircase. I also added a billboard on the opposite wall taken from the Brick Tales pop-up book's cover, plus a new, simpler water tank on the roof. As you can see, the original medium nougat is changed to sand green, and the dark green awnings are now going to be old printed slopes, the red POOL neon sign is now printed round tiles, among MANY other things that were changed around. The upper floor features the quite messy detective's office. Papers everywhere, a hat stand with fedora, desk fan, quite a few places to store case info and a telephone. (I only added the phone) By comparison, the pool hall is pretty sparsely decorated, with a trophy on a stand, darts / dart board, pool cues, and billiard table. Oh yeah, there is a picture on the wall too. The front of the car is borrowed from set 70921 (Harley Quinn Cannonball Attack) from the LEGO Batman Movie theme, while the rear of the car borrows design cues liberally from a @hachiroku car, specifically his Hudson Hornet. I stretched out the older Hornet design to fit the frame provided by set 70921, and it actually worked out quite nicely. NOTE: this digital model is missing two of part 37352 (Slope, Curved 1 x 2 x 1) in black near the headlights. As far as play features go, the roof lifts off and the hood opens up. The car seats two figures (one per row) and features an engine up front. Thoughts, comments, questions, and complaints welcome!
  3. This car is owned by Cruella De Vil of "101 Dalmatians" fame in the classic red and black paint-scheme of that animated film... and no, its doesn't fall-apart like in the sequel film, "Patch's London Adventure". (at least, not on purpose!) I built the model by heavily stretching set 40532 - Vintage Taxi by about seven studs. This allowed for me to add in some mechanical details, although it might be a bit too long now. I added a covered spare tire at the rear of the car, and blacked out the back windscreen to give the impression of a fabric convertible top. As an added bonus, the car still seats two figures with room in the trunk for luggage. The whole point of building this car is to give Cruela from the upcoming Disney CMF her iconic vehicle back and complete her "look". I plan on buying this figure as soon as it comes out on April 1st. Thoughts?
  4. Johnny Thunder's offroader. A powerfull offroader to discover Dino island. 01_Adventurers_Dino_Island__Offroader by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr 02_Adventurers_Dino_Island__Offroader by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Detachable cargo crate: 03_Adventurers_Dino_Island__Offroader by Mathijs Bongers, on Flickr Pictures also on Flickr:
  5. Noisemaker

    [MOC] F1 Racetrack with paddocks

    After some work in my (not so much ) freetime, I almost finished my project for a F1 racetrack with paddocks. I started to work on it some months ago, due to I like F1 and motorsports and I was partially inspired by old LEGO sets I played with when I was a child. First design idea was based on old road plates, but I cannot find a plate that really matched my idea and needs. So I decided to move on to new LEGO modular roads and I think it was a very good choice: they gave you ability to reach high details level. I was able to reproduce racetrack start line, cars positioning lines, pit lane markers and so on. In addiction to it I was able to add studs on pitlane so you can attach mechanics minifigs. The top section of each team-box can be detached easily and can be swapped togheter as you prefer. I designed some race commentary rooms with microphones, race statistics on monitor and so on and a podium part. The podium section is two team-box wide, fully detachable and has a pilots after race interview room on the back. MOC has width compatible with standard 32x32 road plates (2 of them) so it can be easily added to an existing layout. I also tried to imagine some stickers to be placed on podium section top panels. I tried to design this as modular and extendable as possible and now I'm working also on the part for the spectators which will be attached in front of paddocks (where there's the small green grass part) and it will be also compatible with 32x32 road plates. I added my MOC to LEGO Ideas, if you like it you can support me here: NOTE: I cannot edit the project on Ideas yet, so some images here are newer and a bit different. In a couple of weeks I will be able to edit the images on Ideas as well :D
  6. Well, it certainly wasn't easy but I managed to reverse engineer most of set 43217 - 'Up' house (seen above in spoiler) and add a back to it using just two box pictures. I added a back half and raised the build by a brick and a plate. Unfortunately, I just couldn't figure out the roof from the set or the original bay window. The former just got swapped for a brick-built roof, while the latter was removed and replaced with something simpler after much stress. The new rear half. It had it's issues trying to get everything to work. But it's good enough for me. The house folds open and even wraps around the chimney as much as possible. (The odd-size flue sticks out into the back half's space a bit) The lower floor features a living room, foyer, kitchen, and dining room while the upper floor features a bedroom. The first floor worked out well design-wise, but the second floor is an absolute mess due to all the supports / arches / beams needed to hold the roof together. Speaking of the roof, both sections aren't very pretty, but it works... at the cost of taking a whole bunch of upstairs space on the inside, as you can see. This vintage car was heavily modified from a model by BricksAA and these free MOC instructions over on Rebrickable. The car features a spare tire hanging at the back of the vehicle. The roof is removable to seat the three figures on the inside. EDIT 3/11/23: Car photos added! Thoughts?
  7. This menacing car was inspired by this build which in turn was a modified version of set 70911 - Arctic Roller from the LEGO Batman Movie. This model is owned by Cruella De Vil of "101 Dalmatians" fame in the classic red and black paint-scheme and revised headlights / trunk / taillights. The car can fit one figure in the driver's seat and has space in the opening trunk for a single suitcase. I'm not sure the rumored Cruella CMF fig will fit inside, but even if she doesn't, I'm still gonna build this if / when it's confirmed she's coming. The build is missing four of these spoked wheel covers in flat silver. Yes, I know the wheels are to big: I'm making the best out of a bad situation and this was the only good looking option. The model is about 6 studs wide (with a tiny 1 and a 1/2 stud bit of overhang on each side due to the front fenders) and 28 studs long in total. @RichardGoring This is model I was talking about over in the Disney Properties 2023 thread. Thoughts everyone?
  8. legomanijak

    [MOC] Volkswagen Beetle

    My attempt at making a minifig scaled Volkswagen Beetle, couldn't do it all in red like I Initially wanted, but I think this colour combo makes it looks sporty. One minifigure can be seated inside although I did not provide proof of that. Lego Volkswagen Beetle by legomanijak, on Flickr Lego Volkswagen Beetle by legomanijak, on Flickr Lego Volkswagen Beetle by legomanijak, on Flickr
  9. It's a car. Definitely a car. More info here.
  10. A clean car chassis with remote and suspension. Car Chassis
  11. "Ah, it feels good to be in a bear's natural habitat... a Studebaker" - Fozzie Bear Here is Fozzie's 1951 Studebaker Commander from the original Muppet movie in its original rusty condition. It should fit Fozzie Bear and Kermit the Frog, but I make no promises on the banjo fitting for the “Movin' Right Along” musical sequence. Sadly, the roof is very hard to remove (and this being reddish brown of unknown vintage) that I fear removing the roof to place the two figures inside will shatter parts. The Muppet CMF's my dad bought will thus just have to stand next to the car. (Its not like you can see inside the car to see them driving anyway!) Even if I could get the roof off, Kermit has to sit in the backseat as there isn't enough room up front for both side-by-side. In fact, they have to be centered in each row of seats to fit at all, due to arm constraints. In a show I saw about this film they mentioned the following factoid: The car seen in long-distance tracking shots was an identical second car, while the one with the closeups / scenes of Fozzie visibly driving had the steering re-connected to a wheel in the trunk, along with the relocated pedals and shifter. They also mounted a TV camera in the nose of the car, and a monitor in the trunk, so the driver could see where he was going. ...and that's all I've got. But before I go, I'll leave you with this: “Someday we'll find it, The LEGO Connection, The Designers, the MOC-ers and Me"
  12. AlainLaurent

    VW beetle Sport/Classic 1970

    Just finished my first moc.. a vw beetle in two versions: Sport and classic. A while ago I bought a lego speed champion box for my son and I directly felt in love with lego and the small cars. So I bought 6 other speedchampion boxes... lego isnt cheap :-( ... but the fun was TOP ! As webdesigner/computer(linux)nerd :-) it isnt so difficult to understand (design/workshop page) and quickly I enjoyed it :-) So here is my first moc, hope you like it. I need to buy some bricks to create the same car... mine is blue black and missing some pieces (see last pictures).
  13. For those not afraid to mix LEGO with RC components, you might like this one: iWD4. A 100% LEGO chassis and body, driven by 4 brushless drone motors placed inside the wheel hub. In-wheel drive or independent wheel drive. The result is spectacular. Great speed, great control, and hardly any wear-out, since there aren't many moving parts. The rims are LEGO compatible and 3D printed, the electronics are drone based, steering is done by a LEGO compatible Geek servo. Rest is all LEGO, including suspension and removable body. Please have a look at this short intro video. Happy to share more details.
  14. admiral_typhoon

    [MOC] Renault Racoon 1993 concept car

    [MOC] Renault Racoon by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr The Racoon was a concept car made by Renault, which was revealed virtually in 1992 as a CG model, then a physical model was revealed in the Geneva International Auto Show in 1993. [MOC] Renault Racoon - Interior by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr It featured 3 seats, 2 at the front and a mid-mounted rear seat, as well as cameras instead of side mirrors, and a sat nav system projected onto a heads-up display, all pretty high tech back in the 90’s! [MOC] Renault Racoon by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr It was designed to push the limits of 4x4 tech, with manageable independent suspension, amphibious capabilities, and futuristic aesthetics that made it look like a rover. [MOC] Renault Racoon by Admiraltyphoon, on Flickr It's is one of my favourite 90's concept cars because of its bulbous shaping and the way the axles/suspension are designed, and I wanted to try and build it in a 8-wide Speed Champions scale. Instructions are available on Rebrickable:
  15. _TLG_

    [MOC] Trabant 601

    Hello Trabi and Speed Champions fans, Trabant 601 (or Trabant P601 series) is one of the most iconic Eastern Bloc cars of my childhood. It was a Trabant model produced by VEB Sachsenring in Zwickau, Saxony. It was the third generation of the model, built for the longest production time, from 1964 to 1990. As a result, it is the best-known Trabant model and often referred to simply as "the Trabant" or "the Trabi". During this long production run, 2,818,547 Trabant 601s were produced overall and it was the most common vehicle in former East Germany. Building instructions are available on the following links: It is a studless build in the original, 6 studs wide Speed Champions scale and fits perfectly to the new City style cars too. I have minimized the number of the stickers to keep the flexibility of the parts in further builds, therefore only two standard vehicle registration plate stickers and a Trabant logo sticker are used. I wanted to build the model as accurate as possible in this small scale, therefore it contains lots of details: for example the iconic head and rear ligths, the front grill, the side view mirror, the door handles etc... Maybe the most challenging one was the wheel and mudguard detail with a half stud offset. The model has space for one minifigure with small or middle sized hair. If you prefer the Universal version, then you need only 3 extra parts and it is an easy modification. Thanks for visiting, _TLG_ Trabant 601 - instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 4 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 5 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 6 by László Torma, on Flickr Trabant 601 - instructions 7 by László Torma, on Flickr
  16. _TLG_

    [MOC] Skoda 105 (Estelle)

    Hello Skoda and Speed Champions fans, Skoda 105 is one of the iconic Eastern Bloc cars of my childhood. It was a rear-engined, rear-wheel drive small family car that was produced by Czechoslovakian car manufacturer AZNP in Mladá Boleslav, Czechoslovakia between 1976 and 1990. Engine sizes were 1.05 and 1.2 liters respectively. The color scheme of this model is based on my father's first car. Building instructions are available on the following links: KIT is available on MOCHUB: It is a studless build in the original, 6 studs wide Speed Champions scale and fits perfectly to the new City style cars too. I have minimized the number of the stickers to keep the flexibility of the parts in further builds, therefore only two standard vehicle registration plate stickers are used. I wanted to build the model as accurate as possible in this small scale, therefore it contains lots of details: for example the front ligths, the front grill with the narrow chrome line and Skoda logo, the side view mirrors and the rear view mirrors, the door handles, the black rubber stripe on the sides etc... Maybe the most challenging one was the C pillar solution. I tried to fill every unnecessary gaps and therefore some tricky build techniques are used. The model has space for two minifigures: one on the front seat with small or middle sized hair (the rear view mirror assembly has to be removed in this case) and one on the rear seat without any hair. I prefer the model as it is shown on the pictures, but there are some modification possibilties: a) a rear windscreen can be added (there is a more detailed explanation in the last step), b) many of Skoda 105 cars has side view mirrors only on one side, c) on the real cars the color of the door handles and side view mirrors are sometimes black on the other ones they are chrome. Thanks for visiting, _TLG_ Skoda 105 - Instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Skoda 105 - Instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Skoda 105 - Instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr Skoda 105 - Instructions 4 by László Torma, on Flickr Skoda 105 - Instructions 5 by László Torma, on Flickr
  17. Hi everyone, This will be my first project in a while, and my first project here. I want to try and make a 2WD (hopefully FWD, but RWD is fine if things get difficult), 4-cylinder car with a transversely mounted engine and gearbox assembly, and hopefully as a studless construction. I started mocking-up some of the gearbox in LDD (I know, not the best tool), and the results have not been too encouraging (space-wise). I haven't yet figured how to post photos, but I will when I do
  18. Sérgio

    [MOC] Rat Rod SB35

    I made this rat/hot rod from scratch, not an exact replica of any particular car, just inspired by some Hot Rods and Rat Rods around. Rat Rod SB35 by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr Rat Rod SB35 by Sérgio Batista, no Flickr
  19. I present to your attention a model of one of the most recognizable trucks in the post-Soviet space. KAMAZ-5410 is a bolster-type tractor, mass-produced from 1976 until the 2000s. The three-axle truck, designed to work as part of a road train with a gross weight of up to 26 tons, was equipped with an eight-cylinder diesel engine with a volume of 10.9 liters and a power of 210 hp. It had a spring front and rear suspension. Now, directly to the model. The model is approximately made in 1:18 scale.It has a working suspension on all wheels: the front axle is attached to the frame with four trailing arms and 2 gray shock absorbers are used as a shock-absorbing element; the rear axles are equipped with balancers. The wheels consist of a native Lego disc and scale tires (outer diameter 60mm) from RC trucks. The model is driven by the XL motor of the Power Functions system. The motor is directly connected to the axles via 12:20 gears. The steering of the model is carried out using a servo motor of the same system. Almost the entire cockpit space is occupied by a small battery pack and a Sbrick pack.A container semi-trailer with a 20-foot container from Maersk was also made to the tractor. The semi-trailer is also equipped with all-wheel suspension and has manually lowered "legs". Thank you all for your attention! Subscribe on all platforms!
  20. Hi there, here is my latest build - Brian's Toyota Supra MK IV. Scale: 1:12It has the same scale as 42111 "Dom's Dodge Charger" set Features:- RC controlled (driving and steering)- 2 L-motors for driving- 1 L-motor for steering- Openable doors and hood- Modular building (the chassis and the body are built separately)- Doors are supplied with shock absorbers which helps to hold the doors in open/close state. I recommend to use "BrickController 2" app for better experience. Free stickers are available to download, you can find it on my BrickSafe page. I printed all black logos on transparent self-adhesive film and printed colored prints on white self-adhesive film.
  21. Henchmen4Hire

    Acura NSX (2016-2021)

    While I like muscle cars and vans with giant wings, I don't think there's much interest for those types of autos anymore, so I hopped over to the supercar lane. (Well...hybrid middlecar lane, maybe? Hey, almost 600HP is pretty good!) Album - Here's a look at the funk that went into the nose-
  22. Hello everyone! I present to your attention the MAN F200 truck model. The model is made in 1:20 scale. XL motor is used for movement, servo motor is used to turn the front wheels. The truck  has a working suspension on all wheels. The second axle of the truck can be lifted. Instagram: Youtube: Thank you for watching!
  23. _TLG_

    [MOC] Ferrari Daytona SP3

    Hello Ferrari and Speed Champions fans, The Ferrari Daytona SP3 is a limited production mid-engine sports car produced by Italian automobile manufacturer Ferrari, unveiled on 20 November 2021 for the 2023 model year. The design references to 1960s race cars, it is a modernization of the 330 P4, with the body work consisting distinguished low driver's seating position, raised front and rear wheel arches, and the Targa top design. Building instructions are available on the following links: It is a studless build in the new, 8 studs wide Speed Champions style. I wanted to create a sleek model which is as accurate as possible in this small scale. I prefer the brick built solutions to keep the flexibility of the used parts in further builds, and therefore only Ferrari logo and simple light gray head lights stickers are used. My intent was to keep the width-length-height ratio of the real car and this size makes it possible. The model contains lots of details: for example the emblematic front and hood grilles, the side and rear intakes, the side view mirrors etc... Maybe the most challenging one was the brick built narrow black and red lines on the front. I tried to fill every unnecessary gaps and therefore some tricky build techniques are used. On the pictures the red grills on the front are connected only by half studs. However, if you prefer more sturdy models, then full connection is usable too, it is a bit less accurate, but looks decent too. It is a very low build, an can roll well only on flat surfaces. The model has space for two minifigures. I suggest to use helmets, or small hairs, and the upper part of the seats have to be removed in this case. Thanks for visiting, _TLG_ Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 1 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 2 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 3 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 4 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 5 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 6 by László Torma, on Flickr Ferrari Daytona SP3 - instructions 7 by László Torma, on Flickr
  24. Henchmen4Hire

    The lack of LEGO Supervans is outrageous here's a half-finished one! ...hey, it's more than there were before, I call that a win. I used my usual inelegant method of throwing bricks at the wall and seeing what shapes work. The main thing I'm not happy with is the nose, I think it needs to be shorter but not sure what I can remove. Also not thrilled about how gappy it looks. I am happy with how I managed to add the little blue Ford logo in front though. I really don't want to change that. Also happy with the mosaic-like build on the roof. Suggestions welcome! Also, does anyone have pictures of this van's electric motors? I saw one picture but it doesn't show exactly how long they are or much details at all. (This is Ford's all-electric Supervan 4) Supervan 4 WIP by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr Supervan 4 WIP by Henchmen4Hire, on Flickr
  25. This model was partially inspired by the both buildings in set 10308 - Holiday Main Street from the Winter Village collection. I added a back to it, changed the color scheme around and fixed some areas. I also replaced the original toys with clothing items for sale to make it into a shop for fashion designer Edna Mode from the Incredibles film franchise. (Apparently she has branched off from superhero costumes into the regular fashion market.) The rear has a delivery entrance and a simple porch light on the first floor, while the second has the chimney. On the inside, the lower floor has the shop full of items for sale - from tiaras to top hats, pants to suits. Upstairs is Edna's workshop, complete with sewing machine and long folds of different-colored cloth. I also have a heater / cooker, and a bunch of drawers full of patterned cloth pieces and clothing designs. The vintage sewing machine was from free instructions seen on Rebrickable by user @Scarlet_Patronus. (The lower floor's display cases were also based on items from this talented builder.) This fabulous 1951 Hudson Hornet was originally a @hachiroku design of a Hudson Hornet that I modified quite a bit to be Edna Mode's car. The reason for this specific design is I was struggling to come up with a good 8-wide 1950's / 60's car design for her for use with the tailor shop. Then I remembered I had this design of a blue Hudson Hornet, (extremely similar to the one in CARS) and it just clicked. The car fit the era nicely, and it was high-end enough for Mode to drive without it seeming too odd. You can find the original builder's version here. The rear of the vehicle. The roof is removable and can seat a single mini-figure. Thoughts? EDIT 11/17/22: finished real world pictures added. Sorry for the long wait!