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Nissan GT-R (Speed Champions)
Hello and welcome, this my Nissan GT-R build in TLG´s current Speed Champions style. This is also my first entry for Andy Vanity`s Speed Champions Building Contest. The Nissan features some new SC pieces like the wheels and fenders and uses some new techniques, which were introduced with this new line. It also fits a minifig. So please enjoy the images and tell me your opinion.
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Thank you for visiting. Here is a link to the contest. There is still time to participate if you want to. CU ;)

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Dennis B
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William East
  July 12, 2016
I would like to some form of how-to but DO NOT USE LDD BECUSE ITS NOT MOBILE USER FRIENDLY AND ITS NOT OKEY TO DISCREAMINATE MOBILE USERS
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  November 12, 2015
It should become an official set! It's great!
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  October 12, 2015
Hey Dennis, I built a Creation that was inspired by you man but I turn it to a street race car. I Put two secret storage. One is on the trunk and the other one is under the back window and I Put Nitro Bottle inside .
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  September 26, 2015
Cool car dude. Can you make a tutorial please?
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  August 15, 2015
cool!!!
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  July 24, 2015
Fantastic work, best gt-r i have seen at this scale, congrats on third place!
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  June 30, 2015
Congrats on 3rd! the front is the real deal:)
  June 30, 2015
Well played, dude. CONGRATS on the third place!
  June 29, 2015
Congrats for placing 3rd at Speed Champions Building Contest!
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  June 12, 2015
Cool! Looks very accurate, i like the rear wing - looks discrete :-)
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  May 31, 2015
ravishingly beautiful!
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  May 31, 2015
My bad I didn't commented on this one before. Sweet Nissan, the front is instantly recognizable.
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  May 30, 2015
Personally, I prefer the r34, but you did an excellent job recreating the r35. Well done! ~Cheers
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  May 25, 2015
Awesome build. Thanks for shareing it!
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  May 23, 2015
Very nice speed champion car!It's very recognisable. 5/5
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  May 16, 2015
Very nice work. You did a very good job of replicating the R35 at such a small scale!
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  May 14, 2015
Quoting Hardline Hunter May I please have the instructions if they are available? this is a perfect model, and I wish to have it in my collection. Thanks.
Thank you, I would like to share the instructions, but LDD still does not has the new SC pieces I used in this MOC. Maybe I will be able to put instructions in the near future. You have to be patient.
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  May 12, 2015
May I please have the instructions if they are available? this is a perfect model, and I wish to have it in my collection. Thanks.
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  May 10, 2015
Looks like a ton of interesting techniques on this model! The mirrors look particularly clever as does the whole front clip. I have to agree about the rear end not quite looking right, but you've done a good job making a GT-R in 6wide nonetheless, not to mention fitting a 'fig - it couldn't of been easy!! (the round trans-red 1x1 tiles next to 1x1 plates to help the sculpting was a sweet touch however - very nice)
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  May 7, 2015
This is a really nice GT-R and is instantly recognizable from the front. rear shaping is more like an GT-R R32, with the steep rear window. still overall a great Lego GT-R!
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  May 7, 2015
Cool!
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  May 5, 2015
Hi Dennis! Good job!
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  May 4, 2015
good job!:D
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  May 4, 2015
Yeah, this thing rocks my friend! Awesome work in shape and detail. I knew it that the new SC sets will very good for such kind of cars. :) Viele Grüße, Sven
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  May 4, 2015
You nailed this one in the Speed Champions style. Excellent GT-R.
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  May 4, 2015
Instantly recognisable from the thumbs even on this small scale, very well done!
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  May 3, 2015
That is a sweet ride! Very good if not perfect speed champions GTR. Great Job!
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  May 3, 2015
Wow! That is great! I instantly recognized it; the front is IMO the best part of it all. Well done!
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  May 3, 2015
Clever work! I am using mirrors illuminate the shady side.
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  May 3, 2015
Wow, that's really cool. I love it!
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  May 3, 2015
Very nice!
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  May 3, 2015
WOW This is awesome! You made the front very well, it looks exactly like the GT-R. Great job!
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  May 3, 2015
Quoting Alexander Paschoaletto That's high quality work, Dennis, I love the GT-R amd you made it justice very nicely.love the iconic front most :) Also, I noticed you are using a white background, that's a nice move! The ambient light seems a bit low though, which make the pictures a little dark. I suggest you to place a study lamp at one of your background sides or higher your camera's exposure. That'll probably work :)
Thanks Alex, you are also right about the lighting. I will do better next time!
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  May 3, 2015
That's high quality work, Dennis, I love the GT-R amd you made it justice very nicely.love the iconic front most :) Also, I noticed you are using a white background, that's a nice move! The ambient light seems a bit low though, which make the pictures a little dark. I suggest you to place a study lamp at one of your background sides or higher your camera's exposure. That'll probably work :)
 
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