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This is my first contribution to Eurobricks. I've closed the dark aged since visiting Billund and buying a Audi R8 from the Speed Champions line. Since then, I've almost solely bought SC sets and am a fully enthousiast. I try to modify all the cars since they look too high a/o bulky for me. All need to be 100% playable and look as close as the real deal. That's my range when modifying them. So this is the Ford GT, which I modified. The stickers on the front are custom, the rest is from the set it self. Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Next is a little scene I created. It is based on a typical pit box from Long Beach Grand Prix: Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, Ford GT pro by Daanski, This lady from Porsche is sneaking around in the computer while the Ford team is around the car. I like to add these funny things in a scene. Hope you like it. Please let me know what you think of it. Regards, Daan
Hi! One more supercar... Ford GT. Not so many functions, because I paid attention to the exterior and recognizability: - HOG steering with working steering wheel - openable door, hood and trunk - doors with shock absorbers I used latest elbow parts for backside and I think it looks very cool. I glad to see more elbows in 2018 sets. I tryed to copy original Ford GT engine, including frame and other features. There is tiny crankshaft inside of engine that worked by rear wheels. Small trunk as in the real life :D More photos: https://bricksafe.com/pages/Fanylover/ford-gt The first version of this Ford GT was a participant of russian LEGO technic contest "Bodywork 2017" and won first prize. SBrick was a sponsor of that contest, so I won one SBrick for free and I shared a video, that demonstrate SBrick's functions. After motorization I decided to return to manual version, because in RC version were too many wires, and I dont like it. Digital instructions are available at my blog and you can use rebrickable to see parts list. Price: 5 euros for 2 PDF instructions (Red & Black versions together)
Based on an LDD file kindly supplied by Peter Blackert (Lego911) Metallic Silver pieces on Supercharger by Chrome Block City 5.4L V8 Engine from Ford GT Ford GT V8 5.4L by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr Ford GT V8 5.4L2 by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr Ford GT V8 5.4L3 by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr Ford GT V8 5.4L4 by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr Ford GT V8 5.4L5 by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr Ford GT V8 5.4L6 by OneMoreRobot_NZ, on Flickr