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  1. A Korean Lego mania made a 42115 cyan hood. I bought it, and I was so satisfied. So I want to introduce it to you. *This custom hood is currently available only in south Korea. However, it seems that the maker is willing to sell it to other countries as well as well. If you want to purchase it, send an email to the producer. hogeun555@gmail.com The product composition consists of 3 pieces. All of them are injection molds, not 3D printing. Lamborghini emblem is printed. back has pins to connect the connectors. Start assembling. Assembly is very easy. That is the part that needs to be separated. Some of these parts are used to assemble connectors. It is a connector that connects the hood and the main body. It says to use spare parts to make it lime, but I made it black. First, assemble the connector on the hood. Connect to the remaining part of the hood of the main body. Insert a small part into the location where the soft axle was connected. Mounting is complete. The explanation was very easy, and familiar people could fit it more easily and quickly than explanation. It takes less than 10 minutes. Changing the hood alone changes the impression significantly. The color fits perfectly. I thought it was a foul at first, but it looked so nice looking at other people's applied photos. Sometimes Lego uses large chunks of dedicated parts. I decided to think of it that way. The manufacturer initially designed it as a 3D printer and then spent a fortune to make the mold. It is said that he worked very hard to match the color. It is assembled smoothly and has considerable clutch power. It's like a Lego genuine part. It is said that the person who created it was not a company but an individual, and it was the first time to do such work. I applied the hood and it was very satisfying. I hope this wonderful product will be known to many people.
  2. The classic 1967 Ford Eleanor GT500 was a fearsome beast in its day, with a 428 cubic inch big block rippling the pavement courtesy of an astounding 355 horsepower. It's also the car made famous as "Eleanor," Steve McQueen's awesome ride in the original 1974 movie Gone In Sixty Seconds. With so much heritage to this classic car, I knew this build had to reflect that hardcore stance and styling everyone grew to love. 1967 Eleanor Mustang- let’s drive by lachlan cameron, on Flickr In an attempt to stay true to the mechanics and design, I began with the classic live axle rear suspension and an inboard suspension style in the front with Ackerman steering and torsion bar. 1967 Eleanor Mustang- Chrome engine block, gold pistons, red chrome wheels - by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I threw my new red chrome rims on the car just for a quick photo with lots of bling :) 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr The car also sports front and rear headlights, motorized hood and trunk, 2 XL motors for drive, 1 servo motor for steering, 2 Buwizz batteries in the trunk, a chrome V8 engine block with gold pistons, working fan and blower, snap back doors. 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr I did try to follow the shape of the car closely, as you can see in the overlay below: 1967 Eleanor Mustang by lachlan cameron, on Flickr After so many new challenges on this car I'm fairly satisfied with the outcome. So sit back, grab a cuppa and check the video! And as always - a huge thanks to my brother @DugaldIC , @KD123 & @technic_addict for their support throughout this build.
  3. Hey guys, I completed the printing of my next custom minifig, and this is one several of you on this board have been waiting for the past few years. My first Assassins Creed-inspired custom minifig, Pirate Assassin! Let me know what you think in the comments below, and be sure to check him out at my website (link is in my signature below) Here's the info on him: Pirate Assassin Front Side Back Side Second Face Printing Description: Based on the popular game character, this fig features high quality 360 degree digital printing, custom made BrickWarriors accessories (a white Rogue Hood and Hidden Blades) - EXCLUSIVE TO THIS FIG, along with a BrickArms flintlock pistol and a Lego gold handled cutlass sword. I'd like to give a BIG thank you to Ryan at BrickWarriors for his professionalism, his ability to collaborate so well, and for helping me bring my vision for this figure to reality. Without him, these Assassin figs would not have happened, so I want to thank him so much for his work on these amazing accessories! This is hopefully the first of many "Assassins" to come. Please let me know what you think! Let your thoughts, feedback, comments, and criticisms below, as I'd love to hear from you guys on this. Thanks!!
  4. This was my entry for the Merry Band category of the CCC XII. This is a scene from Walt Disney's version of Robin Hood. Robin Hood and Little John dress up as"fortune tellers", and make away with Prince John's gold and royal robes: All C&C appreciated