Behold, the semi-quasi-kind-of-amazing-from-a-distance S4AS "White Light" Racing Mecha!
About this creation
I recently bought the Lego Racers set Blue Sprinter, and I decided to use all the blue and white curves and slopes in the set to create a new mini mech. Oh, but what kind of mech to make? Racecar parts + mech frame... Oh, I know, a racing mech! Perfect!
He didn't take me very long, maybe 15 minutes, but in the end, you get what you pay for; I'm not as pleased with S4AS "White Light" (try to figure out the reference) as I am with my previous mini mechs, Gallahad, Gideon, and Sun Tzu.
very nifty, i personally don't think a person needs a lot of pieces to build something cool, i start with a box of around 50 pieces, then when i have something to work with i move up to full production.