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This is the smallest full function technic car on MOC pages. I built it out of parts left over from my miura. it has full independent suspension, with the front using torsion bars and the rear regular springs. it also has a gearbox with forward reverse and neutral. The engine uses two stud axles with a small spacer on the bottom for pistons, with the crank basically functioning like a cam to lift the "pistons" The gearbox is based on ape fight's design. the car measures 5 inches wide (16 studs), 10 inches long and has a 7 3/4 inch wheel base.



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  September 4, 2014
Where is the building instructions???
Tyler Reid
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Darth Legor
  August 16, 2011
Very cool!! would you see it http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/282534
Tyler Reid
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Jesse Wallinga
  November 1, 2010
you have been beaten by(forgot first name..) baretts:Gordon Keeble GK1
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  September 23, 2010
truly awesome great work great work
Tyler Reid
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Josh L
  June 14, 2010
@Jared White: He knows it's the smallest because mine was previously the smallest. You realize, Tyler, that this means war. (Great car, by the way)
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  May 18, 2010
You are master of technick style cars, that's for sure! Nice build!
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  May 18, 2010
This is great. You really know how to pack everything in! Really clever engine and it looks good.
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  April 11, 2010
Your building skill never ceases to amaze me...
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  April 9, 2010
go look at my m16 with grenade launcher!!!!
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  April 8, 2010
how do u knw its the smallest?
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  April 8, 2010
prndl park reverse neutrel drive low!!!!!
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  April 8, 2010
you've gone and done it again man!!!!!
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  April 8, 2010
Small but with so many features! Lego themselves can't get anywhere near this level of functionality in their medium Technic models, 5 stars, what a great MOC!
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  April 8, 2010
Excellent. Very intersting design. I am impressed by the way you put all these functions in a medium scale cars and still managed to make it look good.
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  April 8, 2010
Nice model. Looks like somebody got inspired by my 5 cyl. inline engine. Nice bodywork on the car!
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  April 8, 2010
WOW!! This is a very innovative creation, what with full-functioning in a medium-scaled car..That is the same engine technique used in your Dodge Challenger chassis, right?
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  April 8, 2010
Thats incredible, all your mocs are though! please comment on some of my stuff. thanks.
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  April 8, 2010
This must be one of the coolest Hot-Rods I've seen. Especially for the fact that you managed to use those technic panels in a very smart way. These are not easy to apply. In fact I have a bunch of these and I never know where or how to put them because they never seem to look cool enough. Engine looks greatr too. All in all this is a nice piece.
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  April 8, 2010
Unbelievable that you put all that technic in that small space. And it looks still very pretty.
Tyler Reid
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Nico71 -
  April 7, 2010
Awesome ! Great design, great building, and so little ! Great job as usual ;) Why don't you create video for your moc ? It may be very usefull to understand the mecanism ;)
 
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