Hi, fantastic build on this! You wouldn't be willing to share how you built it would you? I'd like to build one for my little brother for his birthday. He has a fascination for Lego and older style American muscle cars. Whats better than combining the two. Thanks, Chris.
This would first prompt a question. Why would he wash it anyway, there is no one around alive, to appreciate a well polished automobile?
But then, think of relationships people develop with cars on a normal basis. Neville, starving for friends/family/someone to talk to, only had
his dog (and the mannequins) to develop a friendship with. Its not only possible, but most likely he would have a developed a friendship with
the car. What do most people do to things they care about? They take care of those things. So Neville would most likely wash/clean the car.
Of course, this would depend on the amount of elapsed time, how long Neville was around the car. If, as in the deleted scenes show, he had
just got the car from a dealership, he would not have had time to develop a relationship with it.
wow!you captured the shape and proportions perfectly!best looking mustang of this size ever seen!
if you could only had used the glass windshields though,i find empty framing does nt
look as good,but,what you accomplished is a feat! the side panel details are a very nice touch!
I see more than one of these on the local roads. This is absolutely perfect! This is the best Mustang, and one of the best six wides I've ever seen! Your detail is amazing. You have captured the shape so well. Regards, Eric.
I couldn't believe this was only 6 wide. The details are awesome, and the shape is perfect. I haven't seen this kind of skill in a smaller car in a very long time. The big 16-wides are cool, but this is just as cool. It's amazing what can be done with only a few bricks. Great work, I really like this model. -matthew-