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Batmobile (Tumbler) v.2 [Modified] . This is my version of the Tumbler. Heavily armed, lightweight, and ready to take on just about anything, this is the vehicle you've all been waiting for. . What is going on, guys? So I know I haven't really posted anything in a long while, but a couple days ago I saw this, and I thought 'That's an awesome design; wouldn't it be great if I made something like this, and improved it so that it would be able to accommodate a minifig?' So I did. I changed the design around a bit; I made it one stud longer, and one stud wider. Wider so that it would: 1) Hold the minifig dude better, and 2) Be sturdier, since when the central frame was only one stud wide, the car kind of bent sideways in the middle, and it was actually quite weak. So now, though the frame itself is rock solid, the pieces on the side that form the bulk of the car's look and design, and fill out everything giving it that characteristic look are not very sturdy, and in fact fall apart quite easily, without putting very much pressure on them. However, the end result is actually really worth it, and I think it came out looking great, so I'm quite happy. What do you all think? Btw, do you think that this picture would be better as the main pic? Just some forced perspective to put everything in the right perspective. Yeah, that's right. You're ride's got NOTHING on mine, you hear? Also, is this not the coolest pic ever? Anyway, the next set of pictures of the big, black.... tank [who remembers that part? =D] show everything in a nice, relaxing blue background. So kick back and enjoy yourselves, people. [Note]: Scroll down to see some awesome outdoor pics! This is guy has the right to be cocky. He gets to drive a monster like this! LOVE these views: Just a little friendly view of the underside: There's also a visible engine! HE[double hockey sticks] yeah! Cockpit roof totally opens. Not exactly like in the movie, but this is small-scale LEGO building, what do you expect? Just to show you the scale, you know? In case you were wondering. And finally, ladies and gentlemen, the moment you have all been waiting for: Whole bunches of outdoor goodness! Well? Let me know what you guys think. :D

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