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LEGO Crash Collection I
This is the first installment of crash scenes that I have made from time to time when I was bored. These are not done by ramming the vehicles into each other but rather arranging them and their parts to make them look like a real world wreck. This doesnít really need I whole lot of explaining but if you like car crashes, check them out!
About this creation
Crash 1:
My El Camino and 64 Impala got into each others front fenders while I was attending the monthly meeting held by the local LEGO User Group (WAMALUG).





Crash 2:
Later that day after leaving the repair garage the Impala and Camino got into each other again! This time a head on collision on my den rug, those to must really not like each other.







Crash 3:
Looks like the Retro Wagon hit an invisible telephone poll, ouch!



Crash 4:
Another impact by these two, thatís it, both of you are on time out! Itís gonna take weeks to fix all that!





Crash 5:
Looks like my Crash SUV doesnít like its Echo-Friendly rival. That sports car stood no chance in that head on.







Well thatís it for now, I have a lot more pictures of car crashes, most of these are at least a year old. So I should have ďLEGO Crash Collection 2Ē up soon, maybe even today! ~ Ha, try two months later! XD

Oh yeah (< I just learned to spell yeah right XD) donít forget, always wear your seat belt, they save lives!



Comments

 I made it 
  May 23, 2012
Quoting Alex B Awesome!!! Do you have any suggestions for making m own scenes? Thanks~Alex
I think part of what makes mine look so good is the scale, the size of my cars means a lot more parts that can be removed. My suggestion is to try and remove as little as you can from the cars. Bumpers and lights can come off, but unless a car hits a tree going 80mph, it has more parts that just get twisted then broken off. The best way to give this effect is to take off parts and reattach them at odd angles. Most of the time, you can not attach parts in the way you want so you have to find a way to balance the part where you want it. Most of my wrecks are done this way, and if you even tap the table they are on, the whole thing falls apart. Hope this helps, this is making me think I should write I guide on this.
 I like it 
  May 23, 2012
Awesome!!! Do you have any suggestions for making m own scenes? Thanks~Alex
 I like it 
  October 24, 2011
Epic crashes :D 10/10
Scott Bertaut
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Josh Guilbert
  October 18, 2011
Ok
Scott Bertaut
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Josh Guilbert
  October 17, 2011
look's good.You should add bodie's to to make it more realisitc
 I made it 
  October 17, 2011
Quoting Josh Guilbert look's good.You should add bodie's to to make it more realisitc
I guess I could, the truth is these were just thrown together when I was board. I normally don't put people in my cars when I'm just playing with them, and that is usually when the inspiration for this stuff happens. I do have two scenes that have people in them though. One is on my Desktop, which isn't really operational (I can get to the pics on it but don't feel like doing it right now), the other will be in the 3rd collection.
 
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