An other model I've build a month ago. This one was built for LUGNuts monthly challenge, where we were supposed to build.. well.. something two of a kind. I chose to build to Pontiac GTOs and this is the first one - year 2004 tuner version. Features openable doors, hood and trunk, extra whide bodykit and very low stance.
Some exterior pics
Mighty V8 under the hood.
Interior pics. Notice the lowerable armrest thingie at the rear seats.
And this is the familly shot of two Pontiac GTOs - the first and last generation.
Tell me what you think. And don't miss the other Pontiac GTO =) See ya!
Amazing!! I am always stunned when I see cars that are uneven studs wide! Looks realy smooth and solid! I like how you build the round shape and front!!! The engine with the hoses looks beautiful!! The interior is lovable, especialy the armrest!! The rear also looks good! Perfect car!!! :-D
Quoting Guxinetick Models
Thank you. I feel honored. However - you're very talented builder yourself. And to be honest - this thing is very much inspired from Firas's Evo X, so many thanks go to him, even when he's not building anymore (hope that's temporary) he's still a great inspirer among us
Wow this is good. So much to say - every little detail is simply stunning. One of the best mocs at this scale that I have ever seen. I have been considering building a 15 wide car (as opposed to the more traditional 16 wide). I never thought to make a 17 wide, but this looks perfect. excellent build.
Wow, this is a very realistic model! This is the first GTO (Monaro) I've seen in LEGO. It looks rather fabulous! The LS1 is spot-on and the lights, widebody and subtle spoiler are all great details.
It's low, but it's not 'very' low ;)
This model is very impressive, I like all the details, the shapes, the color scheme, the parts used is always perfect, but, what can i say?, I learn at every moc thanks to creators like You Rolands. Your cars are super good designed always.
Quoting Erik Hendrikx Please don't freak out. That wasn't the aim =)
Quoting Connor Simpson Thanx mate. But I've much to learn still
Quoting Paul Romano Thanx. It was not a contest, it was just a challenge. Everyone who managed to build a decent MOC was/is a winner. Everyone who even dared to try to build something - is a winner. If you are not affraid to build something out of your comfort zone - you're a winner! =)
Quoting Nick Barret LOL, thanx... lol
Quoting Matt Kendrick Yeah, the engine looks good, doesn't it
Quoting Siddhart Jaipal Yea, I couldn't decide for long - which GTOs to build. The third generation almost won against the first generation
Quoting Preston Glad you like it! Thanx
Quoting Senator. Chincilla well, not always tuners have those huge spoilers. It's actualy more a rally car trend..
Quoting Nathanael Kuipers it's always nice to hear nice comments from you and it's always ever cooler to hear that someone else is trying to build out of his/her comfort zone. And Countach is a nice car to start, but... it's not that easy as it may look at the very first sight. However, I've seen some really great Countache MOCs. Good luck and best of creativity!
Sam "The legoman" Knavel, Malte Dorowski, Gabor Horvath, Austin Durick, Austin Nomorinfo, The Timinater!, welliAR Wellinger, cyberfreak 2010, Lego Builders, Jonathan Petersen - thank you all. Your input is very much appreciated, as always!
Good to see this one here as well! It's still a beauty with all those curves which are difficult to render. I still don't really know how you do them. Recently I tried to build my first 1:17 scale model, but I started with a much boxier model, the Countach... Anyway great job as usual!
Amazing work! I've always loved the "Goat", and your model is a perfect representation of the 2004 version. Did you win your LUGnet challenge? I'd be very surprised if you didn't at least get nominated!