Here is my second build entry of my 3rd most prized possesion besides my cell phone and computer. If you don't already know, this is a superscale Lamborghini Murcielago and I think when it's done it will be the biggest lego model of one out there. In the build progress I've almost finished with the front of the car and have started the back. The interior is about 3/4 of the way finished with such details as a manual transmission and the pedals to go with it, including the clutch (no shift paddles for this car). It also has a variety of gauges for anything from speed to the pressure of the Nitrous Oxide. So, my friends enjoy this second installment of my Work In Progress Murcielago.
About this creation
In this shot of the front, you can see the most complete part of the Work In progress with the hood almost complete and the black racing stripe in the middle. You can also see the right headlight design which I have yet to put on the left. Due to the complex construction of the hood, it can't be opened up though.
This view is one of my favorites of the car so far. Probably because you can't really see the unfinished portions.
What do you think about the new side intake design? I tried to make it more realistic, but I don't know if this works.
In this upper side view you can see a little of the interior which we will come back to later.
This is a regular side view of the car where you can see the iconic lines of the Murcielago taking shape.
Here's a rear view of the engine compartment housing the monster V12 and it's twin turbochargers.
In this picture you can see the intercoolers for the turbos and also the mufflers to make it somewhat street legal.
Here's a close up of the engine manifolds bringing the exhaust out of the mighty V12.
Now we'll open the scissor door and get a tour of the interior.
Here in the passenger seat is some gauges for the view of the person getting taken on the ride of their lives in this beautiful supercar.
Now here's some views of the driver's side of the interior with all the details in place except a second seat which I need to build.
Now here is one of the doors detached from the car.
Here's my favorite part of the car's engine, the Nitrous Oxide system.
It is turned on and off right here under the passenger's seat. And that's all for now and I'll try to get another Journal Entry up soon.
Cover the engine and add a rear end and...Voila! You've got yourselves a spyder.
ST4cKz 0n D3cKk
June 8, 2010
Well, The details really make this car look good!
I'll have to agree that right now it looks like a mess but then again its just a WIP, I rated this 3 starts well because, its not a full creation :)
When its done I shall rate it the full 5 stars because this simply deserves it :)