Hi! This is my VW Bus. This car in real life was the most popular van from the twentieth Century!!! My model is really simple, When i made this one I saw other VW bus in MOCpages, and they are really better than mine. But when I buy the required bricks for my KITT 3000, I will buy some bricks for improve this little van. But it's not soo bad: It includes a rear view mirror and a really nice front!
And, finally... Credits for ~cashier~ and for Nils O. .When I made my van, I saw their VW bus models, and I include some things from their vans in my model, like the front side and the windows.
Bonus photo: There is my actual 4-wide car collection ( Dodge Charger and VW Bus).
Not really nice compared with Nils O. original version, and with the recently launched LEGO official 4 wide VW (that is just a copy of Nils O. one :P). Anyway this one is one of my old stuff, but I'm happy to see people continue like it :)
Quoting Alex B
This is really cool! I like how you used alot of normal parts unlike some others. How did you get that VW Sticker? Have you ever thought of building a 5-wide?
Thanks! The VW sticker is a home made sticker: I print a VW logo and I glue it in a normal 1x2 white plate, using adhesive tape.
About the 5-wide building, in my country is really hard to find shops who sale bricks separately, so I don't make too much MOC's, and my builds are small. I already think in make a Lamborghini Countach in 5-wide scale, but now I'm collecting all black bricks I have for my KITT 3000.
Quoting Sven Jagdmann
It's a simple built but really cool looking version of the VW Bus. I wish i had a old VW Samba Bus in real life. But now i have my VW Amarok. This is also a great car.
Thanks! I love old cars to. When I can drive I'd like to have a classic car: a Dodge Charger, a Nissan 240Z Fairlady, a VW Bus... The model does not matter, only matter to be a classic car. That's why I like to make LEGO classic cars (take a look in my 69 Dodge Charger in http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/336618 ).
Quoting Lego Builders
Neat little model! It is recognizable even at such a small scale.
Thanks! Like I said to Senator Chinchilla, this van need some improvements, like better windows and openning doors. But, as you said, now is recognizable even at such a small model. In fact, what gave me more work when I built this van was not making her looks like a big tipper :)