Quoting Andy Larkum
thank you andy, to have took the time to answer me, i was a bit worried about you, and i miss our good times when we made trucks and cars every week! good to hear your ok! take care of yourself andy!
Sorry I haven't been very active for a while. I've had loads to do around my house and I've had to help out the family quite a bit lately. Lego has taken a bit of a back seat because of it but I do have some new stuff planned which I hope to get under way shortly. I would love to do the train set but that might be a lot later on in the year.
I can see that you've been very busy with Cybercity. It is looking fantastic. This car I absolutely love. I really like the spoked wheels with the chunky tyres. It's a 5 wide so it immediately grabs me.
I can't believe you managed to put a minifig in it too, this definitely deserves a lot more attention. A great design.
Your work seems to get better each time I see it.
Anyway Mate, Take care, Andy
I didn't realize it holds a minifig until the last picture, inside a very futuristic cockpit! Even though you said this car looks similar to my Proto Zero, it certainly has its own unique style (and that's a good thing).By the way, if you want to feature my creations in your city, feel free to do it.I made them for everyone's benefit.
interesting concept however, navigating in any weather condition seems problematic if it would work only on solar energy, the design is awesome, I like how it opens, great job (ps, right, it's futuristic)