One of my most difficult builds, making a car upside down forces you to think totally differently because a lot of pieces just don't work the way they do right side up. The engine was especially hard because of some SNOT. Come to think of it, the whole car is SNOT, so technically it's SNOT squared. Anyhow, credit to Ape Fight for a little help, and to me, for making it. :)
Here's a 360 spin:
I also added suspension, my best version yet!
The front bumper is actually part of a stretcher that I got in a medical lego kit a long time ago. The funny thing about it is how I attached it, I looped it on the top with a stick and squished it between my fog lights and the radiator piece on the bottom.
It's not my greatest engine, but I like the air cleaners on this one. And by the way, it is a V8 even though it only has 6 pipes. The reason is because I only have 6 pipes.
Now for the interior. Kinda colorful, huh?
Well thats all for today folks, thanks for coming and God bless, ~Tterbo Magnesium~
Quoting Armaan Ujra
excellent work, especially since it's SNOT!! I would like to know how exactly you do the suspension and would the size of wheels affect the effectiveness??
Glad you like it! The suspension is really hard explain, so if you want you could give me your e-mail address and I could e-mail picture instructions. Or if you prefer, I could just edit them onto this page. About the size of the wheels, it does not affect the suspension any, it will just raise the rear end of the car. If your thinking of putting this suspension on a larger scale car, it will work fine, you'll just have to adjust the tension of the rubber band to compensate for the weight of the car.
Sweeeeet! I thought about doing something like this before, but never got around to it. I probably wouldn't have done it as good as you did, though. Awesome work on the details, too, especially with the engine and the working steering. Easily one of your coolest!
That's so hot, I agree with Ape Fight, you're getting really good, your best yet... Great entry for the challenge, it also could fit in our challenge for this month "Color up your car", so add it there if you're interested: http://www.mocpages.com/group.php/5035 Keep it up >>> peace.. Firas
Love it! The shape and detail are brilliant. I think the engine is a bit too big (looks like it's come off a boat) but other than that it's perfect. An easy 5/5 (and the 50th Elite Rod in the Rod Club!). Great job, you're becoming a master