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Modified Technic Super Cars . My collection of modified Technic Super Cars . This is my Modified Lego Technic Super Cars collection. They consist of the Lego 853, Lego 8860, Lego 8865 and Lego 8880. I have these for some time and I thought I would bring them back out of storage. All of my cars have been converted to right hand drive... My first modified car is the 8880. First thing you will notice on this is the body kit. I gave it a nice sleek look. I also gave it centre hubs on the wheels too. The pop up headlights have been removed so that I could install the second motor in the front, I think it looks better with these lights. Note the very large radiator in the front bumper. This photo shows you the second motor, I was able to fit a V6 in there and it is connected up to the gearbox. You can also see some of the additional guages I installed in the centre console next to the driver This view shows the wing on the back of the car and al little bit of the rear bumper detail. This shot shows you more of the interior... This is the underside shot to show you how the front motor is connected to the gear box, which is connected to the rear motor which is connected to the knee bone....! The in your face look of the 8865, the bumper has been enlarged and the headlights modded as well The body has been widened by 8 bricks, the original body did not come out far enough to the wheels I thought. I gave the rear end a treatment similar to an italian car maker that has a horse for it's emblem... Better view of the rear of the car.. Looking into the car from the rear, not much more detail added Looking into the front of the car, I added an instrument cluster for the driver I wanted to put a body on the 8860, I had yellow pieces laying about, so I thought I would make a body for a rear engined car, preferrably German. I wanted to still be able to see the 8860 under the body... Note the "Whale Tail"... Basic fairings over the wheels The rear of the autobhan cruiser Birds eye view... I got creative when trying to make the headlights.. This is my modified 853. To make it right hand drive required completely rebuilding the motor and gearbox in mirror image to what the instructions say.. I didn't have enough same coloured pieces to put a body on this... Didn't want to spoil the look by putting anything extra on it It is the longest car out of all of them Side view of the 4 cars.. Front on view... If you look carefully, you will see how the seats (original Lego designs) have evolved over the years.. Thank you for looking at my cars, I had fun building and modifying them.


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