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Desert Runner
Okay, this little ride here, actually I wanted to build an off-road racer, but it turn out too low, so I think it will be nice as a flat land racer. Yeah, I've been busy about school and stuffs, so this is a little comeback model.
About this creation

Front view.

Tail view.

Side view.

Top view.

Bottom view.


The head-lights

The engine with super-charger


Side stabilizer.

Staircase for the driver to climb up.

Backside inter cooler.

Lots of exhaust pipes.

Tail lights.


A little bit thruster to jump or to soften the landing (like in the Speed Racer Movie)

Driver's seat.


Cup for the driver to quench his thirst.


At the back of his head, he got a spanner and a gun (for emergencies).

All of the computers and indicators.

The top piece actually connected by only one piece, so it can be easily pulled.

The red piece is the connector between the body and the top part.

This runner can come in any color too.

Building instructions
Download building instructions (LEGO Digital Designer)


 I like it 
  June 8, 2012
Excellent work!
 I like it 
  June 8, 2012
Excellent work!
 I like it 
  April 11, 2012
Maybe to a black one with red accents. I like the design too, looks like something out of a Manga
 I like it 
  October 25, 2011
The front looks awesome!
Farhan Salman
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Andrew AKA Hump-Free
  October 24, 2011
Okay, So I Took A Look At This In LDD, And I Feel That With The Clearance You Have, There Is Very Little You Can Do, The Only Feasible Solution I Can Think Of Is Removing As Much Of The Bottoms Paneling You Can Remove Without Compromising The Structure. From That Point Add As Many Smaller Features As You Can, With Smaller Pieces You Can Mess With The Arrangements And Coloring To Add More Detail To The Bottom Portion Without Having The Structure And Clearance Issues. Another Aspect I Suggest You Could Do, Is Add Some Color To The Main Body As Well, Since For The Most Part The Body Is A Single Solid Color, This Way You Can Diversify The Detailing Of The Bottom Coloring, But The Entire MOC As Well. As For The Naming Issue, I Suggest Researching Desert Ecosystems, Find An Aspect Of The Desert That Strikes You, Such As An Animal Or Plant Or Climate Feature, And Then Running With That Aspect And See What You Can Come Up With. You May Want To Even Dig Around In A Foreign Language To Find A Word Related To The MOC. For Instance, I've Used Animal Species Sub Groups, Mainly The Genus Sub Group, To Name Two Of My Mechs. I've Used A Flower Naming Scheme To Name Features Of A Space Artillery Unit. You Can Go To My Homepage To See These Examples. Oh, And Make Sure You Add This To The Group, And I'm Not Mad, But Next Time Make Sure You Post Your Comment In The Correct Section.
 I like it 
  October 15, 2011
Sweet build, I love the shape!
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  October 15, 2011
Probably have to race on the salt flats in Utah
By Farhan Salman
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