Sorry Randy, don't have an instruction.It's been some time ago, it does look a bit complicated! Just try it,but don't try to duplicate it, maybe yours will even be better. And thanks for the compliment (don't forget to tate it ;-)
Quoting Randy Nadalin
This is outstanding, after looking over yours and watching the video i tried to copy it with no luck. Any chance share or sell instruction. For a true lego monkee fan.
oh my...this is astounding!
you've made it look so real. 0_o
your shape is more than good and your colour scheme is awesome and very accurate as well.
all i can say is i wish i could build like you :P
it'd be an honor if you came to see some of my stuff :)
Incredible! I really haven't seen anyone here use fiberoptics to great effect, yet they fit in very nicely into this retro engine. And your videos are fun too. Saw the pinball one this morning and it made my day.
Fred, this is easily your best work to date! This thing brings back memories from my childhood so long ago. This is really a well done large scale car. You have captured so many of the fine details. Regards, Eric.
Hahaha brilliant! Remember repeats of the Monkees on TV, when I was younger. Don't remember their car though. I love seeing the obscurer reaches of popular culture, from which inspiration is drawn from for Lego creations.
Any time... Or anywhere... Just look over your shoulder... Cause we'll be standing there!!!!! One of my three favorites back then, in those long ago years of myth and legend. (The other two were, of course, The Beatles and (don't laugh) Sonny and Cher. Hey, I was a kid of 18!!! Anyway, this is one smooth Moc. Definitely a 5.