The following autos are not for sale. Don't believe anything 'Dog tells you. I built these rat rods, cars, or whatever you want to call them for one specific purpose: To invade Dave and Stacy Sterling's awesome layout at Brickworld. Since I'm too old for them to adopt and not talented enough to be blogged by The Brothers Brick, this is the best I can hope for. Well, that and maybe some delicious Chicago-style pizza and an enjoyable lunch with my all bestest Lego friends. Ok, they're my only friends. Actually, more like acquaintances. In fact, I only know who any of you people are because I sit here in the dark, cruising the internet at all hours of the day or night to try and avoid my pathetic life.
Many of these builds are alternate versions of existing sets, reimaginings of old sets, or just plain ole junk I threw together.
So I tweaked the dune buggy set, dumped the sailboard, and beefed up the engine. Miss Brickworld couldn't resist taking it out for a spin. Hey boys, keep your eyes on the road!
This yellow one, a reimagined version of one of the hot rod sets, is probably my favorite. Not that you care, but there you go.
And now -- it's the return of Bo Hill, surfer redneck wannabe!
"Whut yuh lookin' at, bug eyes? Dontcha know bad truck and a bad man when yuh sees one? Why I oughta . . ."
"I oughta git right out this here truck and whup yer butt. I don't like the way yer lookin' at me, boay. If it weren't the openin' day of huntin' season, I'd beat yer brains in. But I got betta thangs to do -- now git outta here, punk!"
Ok, that's it. Show's over. Nothing more to see. Go on home now. Buh-bye!
what? no "epix Halo wahtH00g, it wad haz bin da bom!" just kidding, but i do think a pimped out warthog would have fit right in with the rest of these clunkers. i like the yellow "pick-up/thing" the best.