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Chevrolet Camaro 1969
Here is my first generation Camaro from 1969.
About this creation
Here is my first generation Camaro from 1969 made in Lego Digital Designer. I've been working on this car for a long time. When I started I wasn't even trying to make it look like a real car. But as I continued to improve it, it kind of started to look like a Camaro, so thats what I've been aiming for. It has openable doors, trunk and hood. The engine design is by Nate Andrews.


 I made it 
  March 1, 2010
Thank you for your comment! Yeah, I'm quite new to the SNOT techniques, so I'm still figuring out in which situations to use them. I used it in some areas of the car. You are definetly right that using SNOT can improve the creation alot. I'll keep it in mind for my upcoming creations!
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  February 28, 2010
Thanks for your Comment. So lets have a look on yours. First i don't know how old you are. Thats the most criteria. On your Camaro i can see the camaro from every side. Good Shape! Front is good. Side is good. At the Back the Tail-Lights looks a little to small. Roof is good. Looks very solid. Using Technics like me, the car is not getting so solid as yours. I think you can get more realistic shapes using building technic not onli in one direction. Do you understand? Try to change directions of the studs. So the studs of a brich are not longer on top. So you can build better fronts or even sides. To turn direction use parts liege "Brick 1x1 with Headlight" or "Brick 1x1 with 2 Knobs".....But i think its a great Work, espacially for a 10 Wide! Greets AR
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