Here's my take on a classic Hotwheels car: "Semi-Fast". I've always wanted to build some of my old favorite Hotwheels out of LEGO's, but I had no idea that they would be 4-wides. I tried to go for a 1:1 scale, and when compared with the real one, it's pretty darn close! Also, I think that this is my first 4-wide that does not support a minifig... *sniff* Anyways, please review, and thanks for looking!
NOTE: "Hotwheels" and "Semi-Fast" are registered trademarks of Mattel Inc.
Here's a comparison pic of the version of the car that mine is based off of.
A close up of the back. Notice the engine, which is very accurate compared to the real one.
Front detail. Like on the real car, the top grille is chrome and the bottom one is matte.
I love this Hotwheels modeland I think you pulled it off pretty decently. Oh yeah, the other one was, "The eceonomy is so bad that Hotwheels and Matchbox have decided to merge companies before GM and Chrysler!" -Sterfry
Quoting Matthew Harned
Had a question, what's goin' on at West Coast? I'd love another contest or something. One of my top 3 favorite groups. We should get something together over there!
I totally agree Matthew: we should definitely get another contest going over there! I wanted to take a break after the huge one last time... :P But my semester in school just ended, so I'd be up for another contest pretty soon. And thanks for the comment! -Dax
Way to go Dax. FINALLY someone made a 4-wide that is an original and accurate replica. They are pretty rare. Had a question, what's goin' on at West Coast? I'd love another contest or something. One of my top 3 favorite groups. We should get something together over there!
Very well done, man! You are definitely one of my favorites here! One of the best builders. Anyways I never mentioned but I did my Plymouth Lego model also according to my Hot Wheels Plymouth model. :))