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2009: Good Things Come In Small Packages
My final MOC for 2009! Here's a little something extra for New Year's Eve. I've certainly learned a lot this ...
Colt .25 instructions part 2: The barrel and slide
Part 2 of 2. But you already knew that, didn't you? Again, please report any problems with the inst...
Colt .25 instructions part 1: The frame and trigger
The first of two pages of instructions for my Colt .25 automatic. If there's anything in the instr...
1964 Ford Mustang
Here's one for the Ford fans! While I'm not a huge fan of Ford myself, I think the Mustang is dangerously cool. So now, I present my...
Celebrating a year at MOCpages!
Yes, it's been a whole year since I first created my MOCpages account! Okay, so I'm not sure of the exact date, but it...
1962 Chevrolet Impala SS
Don't let its harmless appearance fool you! It might not look like it, but the Impala SS was one of the first true muscle car...
Custom Pickup: "Diamondback"
This is what you get when you play too much Burnout Paradise, and have an abundance of red pieces. It's not based on any ...
Colt .25 Automatic
A MOCpages first!! (I think??) I had been taking a short break from building muscle cars, and was wondering if I should try somethi...
Pure American Muscle
Sometimes fancy just isn't the way to go. Sometimes you just have to keep it plain and simple, which is what I did here. A small,...
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454
My previous Chevelle was flawed. Flawed with inaccurate details such as the front, the back, the engine, the chassis, th...
Some instructions for some of my muscle car engines, as requested by Apollo Cullen. Here you go, Apollo!
A small hotrod with a total lack of detail. But hey, it's an odd-wide, which means it qualifies for this month's BRICKSonWHEELS challeng...
Dodge Charger Daytona V.2
Since I NEVER need any white pieces for anything, I've had this car sitting around for nearly six months! So, I decided it w...
Custom pickup: "Black Mamba"
Here's my entry for Tterbo Magnesium's pickup contest. I realize the front end could still use some work, so I'm still lo...
90's NASCAR Racer
For all my fellow NASCAR fans. There's a very interesting story behind this car. I was looking through Johannes R's Brickshelf folde...
The Mustang-ish front end strikes again! This is my first attempt at a truck, (obviously) and there's still a few things I think I coul...
1970 Chevrolet Chevelle
First of all, I'd like to thank everyone who played "WHAT KIND OF CAR IS IT?!?!?!". And yes, it's a '70 Chevelle, one of my fa...
Another muscle car of some kind
I've finally made a car with an opening trunk! You'll also find an opening hood and doors. This car started out kind ...
1971 Dodge Charger
This is another heavily modified version of Johannes R's Charger. It's a just a quick build to welcome in the new year mostly. A bl...
SMG instructions part 5: The foregrip, stock, and magazine
The final section of the instructions! Again, if something isn't very clear in the instruct...
SMG instructions part 4: The barrel and sights
This is probably the easiest part of building the gun, praise be! Enjoy, and remember to let me know if...
SMG instructions part 3: The grip
And now the grip! This is the part where the model starts to look like a gun. Sort of. Again, if there are any probl...
SMG instructions part 2: The frame
Here's the hard part! Don't forget, I had to take out the hammer, because it made the frame very, very fragile. You...
SMG instructions part 1: The bolt and trigger
Some of you guys have been asking for istructions to my SMG from Halo 3. Well, I decided I would give i...
Halo 3 SMG V.2
Here it is! The V.2 as promised. I decided I would take a few of the suggestions you guys made at the page for the first version, inclu...
Some kind of muscle car V.3
Well, here it is again. And this time with with a much better interior. The improvements this time include better seats an...
Some kind of muscle car V.2
A slightly IMPROVED version of my street racer. The improvements include racing stripes down the side, a redesigned (and ...
Some kind of sports car
Well, don't get too used to my old-school building technique. Some of you were wondering if I could build in a slightly larger...
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona (NASCAR )
All credit goes to Johannes R for the idea! The front end of this car is pretty similar to the one in his bricksh...
Some kind of muscle car
Just a street racer I built over a weekend. Its main features are its flip-nose hood, and V8 engine. I need to come up with an...
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