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  1. Hey all, I finally found some time to show you my finished model of a ’74 dodge Monaco. The idea came from the bluesmobile from the movie the blues brothers, which is a ’74 dodge Monaco police car. As I don’t have much panels in black and white, most of the body got another color. Most of it got earth blue from set 42064. I build my model using a blueprint of a dodge Monaco police car. I used sariel’s scaling tool to get some important measurements. The scale of this car is about 1 : 11.1. Functions: drive using two L motors steering using a servo two speed gearbox, controlled using an M motor motors and lights controlled using SBrick fake V8 motor, directly driven by the two L motors front independent suspension rear suspension with fake leaf springs opening doors, hood and trunk working steering wheel some interior BB put on top of rear axle, access from the trunk Pictures: Rear suspension Battery Box A few of the functions will be shown in a video that will come soon. This is the first MOC I made to look like a real thing. All comments are welcome, so I can learn from it for the next time Bricksafe folder with all the (WIP) pictures: https://bricksafe.com/pages/nick97/dodge-monaco WIP topic: For those able to, the model can be seen this weekend (november 25th and 26th 2017) at Mega Bricks Steenwijk (the Netherlands).
  2. Hey all, currently I am building a '74 Dodge Monaco. I've build one almost two years ago, but that one wasn't really nice to me. I also made a smaller one, which has been on ideas. The car is controlled using one S-Brick unit for steering, driving and shifting first/second gear. Functions: Steering using a servo Driving with two m-motors 2-speed gearbox, shifted using one m-motor Opening doors V8 driven by two m-motor Independent front suspension, rear fake leaf springs Pictures: These are my fake leaf springs. Will make a better picture I already started building the exterior of the car and found that it was to short. It was 6 studs shorter then it should be. Rear doors are already openable. This is what the car looks like at the moment. The next step is to complete the exterior and make the interior. I also want to put on all the lights, but I need to order an extra S-Brick and some lights. Hope you like it, comments are welcome. More pictures: http://bricksafe.com/pages/nick97/dodge-monaco# Model is finished:
  3. hello!! people ask me for put pics from my ferrari, here i will show my cars ferrari f50, f1 race car, and my mad max rc power functions dodge my ferrari its for just showing, not for play or put motors the f1 i build the chassis to carry buggy motor and pf stufs, but im out of money so i decided to make a non motorised version and my dodge that im using 3 train power functions motors, its very fast, take more than 10km thats it i hope you like it guys!!!! pics: PB134257 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134255 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134253 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134262 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134261 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134260 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134259 by Omar Dib, no Flickr PB134258 by Omar Dib, no Flickr
  4. Dodge Challenger Srt8

    This is the car. The best american muscle car ever made, the 700+ hp, the hellcat. You can support it on LEGO Ideas if you want it to become a LEGO set.
  5. This is my rendition of The Bluesmobile. A moc I made two years ago. I finally got the right parts to make not only one, but two Bluesbrothers. The car, an 'ex cop-car' 1974 Dodge Monaco is 7 studs wide which I find perfect for minifig/town/modular scale. Big enough to put in some detail, but small enough to still fit the streets of Legocity. It's got opening doors, hood, and trunk to show off a full interior, engine bay, and trunk. 'It's got a cop motor, a 440 cubic inch plant, it's got cop tires, cop suspensions, cop shocks. It's a model made before catalytic converters so it'll run good on regular gas. What do you say, is it the new Bluesmobile or what?'
  6. ZOINKS! Shaggy turns out to be one hell of a hotrodder, turning his Dodge A-100 van into a pro-street pavement-pounder. Inspired by the full-size-engined/half-sized-bodied Zingers, the famous customs of the early 70's showcar-scene. The engine is a 2:1 scale full blown V6 race-engine. It's got dragslicks in the back, a wheelie-bar, and a drag-shute. To really appreciate this car it's best to compare it with the standard boring original cartoon version.
  7. MOCS: http://www.moc-pages...home.php/103595 YouTube: LEGO Technic MOC Dodge Avenger 2007 ein.creative criterion copyright 2016 http://ein.cc The MOC work is based on my first car (Dodge Avenger 2007) as a prototype, using servo motor steering, dual l-motor drive, front and rear wheel suspension. Because it is a medium-size works (wheel size 56*28mm), effective control of body weight, and 20:12 double l motor output to the differential, actual driving speed is quite fast.
  8. This is my attempt at a 2016 Dodge Charger slicktop police car. It was inspired by marv and ER0L.
  9. WWII MOC Dodge WC54

    Every Army needs an ambulance. I hope that enemy will see all this Red crosses. Medics are on the way. Plenty of room for injured soldier.
  10. (MOC) Bluesmobile

    Hi! Here is my 6 wide bluesmobile - the classic 1974 Dodge Monaco police cruiser. 1974 was a good year. I was born!
  11. Dodge Challenger from Mad Max

    A realistic model of the famous Dodge Challenger from the 70s. It made appearance in blockbusters like Fast and Furious and most recently - Mad Max.
  12. [MOC/MOD/LDD] Bro Tractor!

    I apologize this isn't in real bricks yet, but I promise it will happen as soon as I can do it. This is a mod of the truck from the just-released 60085. I've been wanting to do a bro-tractor style truck for quite a while and gathered up tons of references to do my own design, but I felt this platform was just right to mod from. Here it is: Features include massive investment in forward-facing light apparati, sweet paint job, chromed-out front clip (to be special-ordered for the Real Thing!), janky front lift... ...False stacks in the bed (and Real Exhaust under the chassis), multiple sets of lift blocks above the rear axle, aftermarket tail lights and tailgate illumination strip... ...Retained gooseneck hitch, plus plenty of room for, uh, energy drinks... ...and an epic drop hitch that I am very proud of (and some weird green berries). I was going to create the minifig piecemeal, but I may as well just put the standard-issue Rapper minus his mic in the cockpit. (though the windsurfing print does look more appropriate than the chain) Enjoy, and stay tuned for the Real Thing as soon as I can afford to build it.
  13. Welcome to Gallardo's Garage, here I will be posting up each of my newest city Car MOCs including past cars I've already shared here. the newest car will be added to the end of this first post. Featured New Car: The Dodge Viper ACR (2009) The American Club Racing (ACR) model's upgrades included street-legal racing tires (Michelin Pilot Sport Cups which Michelin describes as "Ultra-High Performance Sport tires"),two-piece brake rotors, adjustable suspension, and significant aerodynamic revision. No engine modifications were made, so power and torque remain at 600 hp (450 kW) and 560 lb·ft (760 N·m) as in the standard SRT-10. The ACR is street-legal! Weight was also decreased by 40 lb (18 kg) by using the "Hardcore Package", without AC, radio, speakers, amplifier, trunk carpet, hood pad or tire-inflator. Its aerodynamic upgrades produce up to 1000 pounds of downforce at 150 mph (240 km/h), or roughly 10 times the downforce the standard Viper SRT-10 can produce at the same speed. The interior was upgraded only by the addition of a beacon-tripped lap timer (Hardcore Edition Only). The Lego version is quite similar, with its aggressive stance, large brakes, and complete aerodynamic package. this Viper is ready to Terrorize the streets of a quite Lego city near you! (well maybe only near me for now). so here it is, The 2009 Dodge Viper ACR, 6w+, 18 studs long! Side view here it is easy to see the large disc brakes. Big thank you to ER0L for showing the tire trick this was adapted from! the signature A-symetrical racing stripes are very easy to see from this angle, running across the entire car length! this last one is for the MOCpages contest, just to prove that yes a Figure can fit in the car completely! (if i remove the stripe on the roof i can give him a helm too) Current cars: KTM X-BOW: (Original thread: X-BOW) Ford GT40 MKI: (Original Thread:GT40) Renault Alpine A442: (Original Post:A442) Pagani Huayra: (Original Post:Huayra) Maserati MC12: (Original Post:MC12) Renault Espace F1: (Original Post:Espace F1) Dodge Viper ACR: (Original Post:Viper ACR) Comments and Critiques are welcomed for all cars!
  14. EDIT!!! I've made some major improvements on the car to capture the typical look of a '69 Charger even better. Hope to find the time to take some pics soon. So stay tuned!!! ...or just some other 69 Charger that looks like the Death Proof musclecar, because the interior is way too nice for Stuntman Mike. ;) ^ Stuntman Mike. Looking cool, waiting for some chicks in a white Challenger...
  15. Hello, Last summer, I build some MOC's that I haven't posted here yet, due to school. Well, here is one of them: The dodge challenger 1970! http://farm6.staticf...83caab960_z.jpg This scale model of the Dodge has following features: Remote controlled independent suspended Lights (2 pairs in front, 1 in the back) with switch hidden under the rear Rc motor for drive medium motor and hockey spring for RTC steering All pics can be found in my flickr set: http://www.flickr.com/photos/tibivi/sets/72157637671354815/with/11066720816/ Hope you like it! Best regards, Tibivi
  16. Hello! this is the final version of the son of Crawler 4x4 Exclusive 41999 It have full Suspension and manual Steering hope you like itand suport this project on Cuusoo :) http://lego.cuusoo.c...deas/view/51928 Video of funcional stuff (version 1.0)
  17. Hello!! After seeing the Technic Set 41999 in which I found aesthetically very beautiful, I decided to make a replica of it in minifig scale :) is actually a Dodge Charger 1970 with big wheels :) I will build the same physically, there are these renderings This MOC its also on Cuusoo http://lego.cuusoo.com/ideas/view/51928 Full resolutions http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/ http://www.flickr.co...in/photostream/