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Blevee . The name is an acronym for, basically, an explosion that pushes an object a relatively long distance. Hurray for explosions! Blevee has loads of details and features, from rolling wheels to gullwing doors. It also comsumed all of my yellow pieces, a feat once only bestowed on the 2002 Pagani Zonda. The Axixzer and Velocidade were both salvaged for parts. . The side view, car has vents and silver rims to make it look more "supercar-ish." Two exhaust pipes, but no spoiler...I was just plain out of parts. I couldn't even make one that was another color. Which makes me wonder... Where did all my other parts go? I had thousands of them! The front has two large vents to cool the engine. Plus they look cool. Bird's eye view. If this were a real car, the Bugatti Veyron might have to look out. Both cars have a V-16, but Blevee has waaaay fewer luxuies(which cuts down on weight which increases speed). The interior. I tried out some new seats, as opposed to my old square ones. It has lots of details. Okay, off with the roof. Finally I can see the inside again. Steering wheel, fire wall, door handles, just a few of the many details. Alright, I have to say it...the list! The interior has a steering wheel, shifter, door handles, spedometer, gas pedals, adjustable seats, storage space in between the seats, air conditioning, and storage space in the doors. The inside of the door wasn't that interesting, so I threw in the roof assembly. Now its all quite exciting. Leaving off with the main photo. I thought maybe I shouldn't finish the MOC with a picture of the door.

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