@Cars Lover: Thank you! There was derjoe's model and I knew quite well what I wanted to do, so it took only two days. Designing and building such a car from scratch usually takes a week or 10 days - I'm not the quickest car builder, you know ... ;-) --- Eine Frage: Kennst du eigentlich dieses Forum: http://www.doktor-brick.de? Vielleicht hast du ja Lust, deine Sachen mal dort vorzustellen - es gibt in deinem Bereich eine deutliche Lücke dort, der eine oder andere würde sich sicherlich auch über kundige Hilfe von einem Autobauer deiner Güte freuen. Ich fühle mich in deinem Maßstab nicht so zu Hause. ;-) @David: Thank you very much! Yes, you're right, but after three years of fig squeezing you know more or less what has to be done ... ;-)
@Parrington: Hi Parrington, nice to hear from you. Thank you very much! Well, any improvement of an already amazing creation can't lead into the wrong direction, to be honest I don't know if I would have been able to build something like this from scratch. Sometimes you need a strong inspiration to see what can be done ... Btw. I call this 6.8w, due to the tiles it is considerably larger than a plain 6w car, closer to the 7w scheme. @Nick: Many thanks for your kind words! @Kevin: Glad you like it, thank you very much!
Again, thanks a lot all!
@Stephen: Glad you like it. @Karol: Thank you very much! @Sam: Thank you, I just didn't realize until now that Sir.Manperson and Sam the first are the same person ... ;-) @Gabor: Thank you! @Dohoon: Nice to hear from you, very glad you like it. @Henrik: Thanks! The Chargers of that period had hideaway headlights, which is hard to reproduce. When omitting the middle part of the grille/bumper a device may be installed to get a black background, but then it would be rather a '70 instad of a '69 Charger which I prefer. I'll upload some pics of that with the next update. @Lego Jim: Thank you very much!
Thanks a lot guys!
@Yann: Glad you like it! @T.J.: Thanks! Yeah, that would be very cool, but unfortunately I'd need some nonlego stickers for that purpose which I don't use. Sometimes it's quite hard being a purist ... ;-) @k95: Yeah, I know, and I've seen the Interceptor in a trailer already. Looking forward to that! @Mr. BH: Thanks a lot! @Amarone Design: Yeah, I call that width 6.8 (6w plus 2 tiles). @Sven: Thanks pal! @adam: Thanks a lot! @Frank: Many thanks! @Starscream: Ah well, you've seen all that stuff already, many thanks you're commenting on it anyway!