It is just a model of an old school Mercury. I believe it is from the 1950's. Anyways as usual everything opens and everything works and guess what?!
You will be able to see it ;))
About this creation
Front and back view
side and front view
Every doors opened
the second row seats and the convertible version
interior with the active steering wheel (steering is also possible from the center of the vehicle through the mechanism in the box between the seats. Lever with the exterior steering wheel is punched through the small hole in the roof and through that box
structure of a vehicle, steering, cylinders and the works
Heh heh... thanx for the compliments
As for the number of comments... Hey, I am quite new around here so don't be surprised and anyways you know a lot of people who like your stuff so why shouldn't you have more comments that I do. Anyways thanx again and keep it up yourself!
Absolutely stunning! This creation is really accurate to the real Mercury. The way you constructed the body is really accurate to the shape of the car in real life. The detail of the engine is awesome. I like all the working features. I think making doors on huge cars would be really difficult. Nice work! Keep building!
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Thanks for the comment on my Rat Rod. I'm completely with you on the old school way of building. Using proper bricks like this takes a lot of skill to create an accurate shape. This is so good I thought it was LDD at first! Very old school, and better for it : )
heh thanx! ;))
I do not like to use too many special and different parts. It chokes the whole design. I like it big and simple just like the real car is... and besides, I do not have enough smooth bricks like the ones Arvo brothers use so I am pretty much stuck with the classics. Come to think those are the best kind! ;))