Made by Isaac. A new 5-wide from me. A wayyy jacked up off-roader thing :D I know this looks a little unfinished, because it is! I have no idea how to do the windshield D: oh well.. On the plus side, I came up with custom axels made to look like the real thing, using a certain set of parts (you can probably figure out how it's done). I also came up with a way to do the exhaust, along with the gas tank and other underside details. It has 2 N2o tanks in the back, with a cover that lifts up and down. Also features an engine, the two black 1x3 plates are a covering. Lastly, (wow, i put a lot of detail into this, phew!) i put in some interior..took me awhile to figger out how to do it. Hope you like it!
Yeash! - OK, that sounds like a bad sound, I know, but that’s the sound of me being speechless. This jeep is epic, beyond belief; it has many details that even my 8 wides don't have! As for the windshield, it does look a little incomplete without one but I'd rather it have no windshield then not have some of the other cool stuff. (Every car has windshields, but how many have custom axel mountings?!?) OK, I guess I wasn’t really speechless but I couldn’t talk (or type I guess) for 10 seconds, I think that’s a record!
it s cool! i ve made a couple of 5s, and i can tell you that normal windsheilds work well on them, you can check mine for refference! also, a fig sitted inside would have made it look even better, great work on those details!!!
Hi Isaac. This is so cool. I love the front grille and the spare wheel on the back. The axles are extremely clever. The only thing I can suggest for the windscreen is to use clear cheese wedges. Check out my Studebaker, I use three to make a windscreen. I bet you could make it work on a 5 wide car too. Good luck :). Joe