20 Jan 2012: Chrome wheels just delivered and some sunlight - I had to take some quick shots. Better photos to come ;-)
11 Apr 2013: My dear friend albert kleinstein has made an LDD. Note: The LDD building guide seems to be a bit tricky, we couldn't figure out why, but it should work. If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact me via e-mail.
16 Apr 2013: I have added a SNOT inlay to fill the gap at the front mudguard. If you use it, you should take the smaller tires so that there's no interference with the studs of the inlay.
Oh, well, seems I have neglected the Corvette a bit, sorry for the delay, guys. @Vanko: Thanks! You're welcome. Funny that I uploaded a slightly modified version of the Vette on Flickr just today, see http://www.flickr.com/photos/er0l/8466752569 @ABC: Thanks a lot, glad you like it! @Andy: Many thanks, I've answered this already on your MOCpage. @Jim: Thanks a lot for your kind words.
Nice build! I can tell exactly what Corvette it is, and that its not a modern one. Also, did you make it seven wide so that it could fit 2 minifgs in (because if it six wide there hand would overlap). Great build, keep up the good work :D
Many thanks for your nice comment, Starscream Soundwave, glad to hear that! I try to find a balance between these three aspects - but I must admit that there are much more cars I try to build than are finally built ;-)
Thank you all very much guys! @cyberfrank 2010: Many thanks for the missing smilie! I am very glad about this result, even if it took some months. I will indeed build another version, thought of some orange ... @Master Shifu Leo: Many thanks, I know this possibility ...
Ooooh, this is awesome! Very accurate and I love the fact that it can fit two figs. I always wanted to build cars with figs sitting side by side but of course I never managed to. Great job on this fantastic model!
I like it
January 29, 2012
You should tell the designers of "Lego City", here's a free lesson with this one. Killer build, love the mini-fig scale. Chris