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Ford Sierra 2.3D "laser"
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Another Sierra model has born.This is Sierra's "Laser" edition,which was introduced in 1984.There's not much to talk about this model,so I hope you like this model and please give me a brief feedback.Thanks for watching and take care!
About this creation


The car,in mystic darkness,only very powerful and bright LED lights are visible.This picture shows,that the car has Lego PF - LED Lights under the bonnet.



The front end corner in daylight.The front end grille is as realistic as possible.I couldn't make it more realistic,because i didn't know how :D



Side view.The shape is abit off the proportions,but i'm quite satisfied with it.



The rear end.I'm not sure if the taillights are in the right size or not,but they can't be that wrong,can they?



Slightly underpowered 2.3 litre Diesel engine,which can produce 49Kw.





Interior...



Dashboard,with all of those little icons and buttons,which make it quite good looking.



Rear seats,which is not for a bit bigger persons.There's room for only two male mates and maybe for an very skinny ladie i suppose. :D



Red ceiling with overhead lights and sun visors.Not much to describe here...



Ooh,i forgot to metion that the sun visors can be pulled forwards and backwards.Not much to do with these in windy and dark autumn days i think D:



Standard Sierra hatchback has surprisingly large boot for lots of goods and heavy equipment.If there's anything you cant fit into Sierra,you obviously need a lorry instad.



The boot cover rises with the hatch.It covers the boot area,so anyone can't see your cargo and the sun wont do any harm neither.



The boot is so large,that you can easily fit those PF boxes there without problems.



You see,what did i told you...





Door paddings,which now are painted in gray.Not much to talk about here...



Functional keys in the ignition.When the keys have been turned,little magic happens,and front lights begin to shine!



This little picture shows real axle suspensionability.I used stiffer springs,because the car weights quite alot.






There's a black side modlings on sides like real cars have.They are slightly outwards.That will protect doors and their paintwork.



The picture,which was taken from backseat.It gives a feeling,which can be felt only,if you are siting in the back seat of my model.



Windscreen wipers,which are very close to real ones,in my point of view.



Front lights turned on in daylight.They have no use in sunny days.



Minisize keys for this car.






Comments

 I like it 
  October 10, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
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  September 30, 2012
Quoting Alex B Wow! This is spiffy! I love the functions you put into it! And I really love those keys speaking of which could I use that and the suspension?
Thanks Alex!Of course you can use the keys and suspension.
 I like it 
  September 27, 2012
Wow! This is spiffy! I love the functions you put into it! And I really love those keys speaking of which could I use that and the suspension?
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  September 24, 2012
Great car! So many wonderful functions.
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  September 24, 2012
Excellent work!
 I like it 
  September 24, 2012
very nice work ..i am really impressed
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  September 24, 2012
This is just a stunning model, so many nice details, i love the keys.
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  September 24, 2012
The key is very cool! Also the lighting at the front.
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  September 24, 2012
Nice shaping, the rear lights are accurate.
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  September 23, 2012
A 2.3 Sierra? I was hoping for a the Cologne V6 under the bonnet, but no! It's the awful diesel (and I say that as someone who owns a tuned 1.9TDI). This gets an "excellent" purely because this is the most rubbish car recreated in our fave ABS toy. So bad a subject itt's AWESOME!!!
 I like it 
  September 23, 2012
Nice rig, Dude!
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  September 23, 2012
excellent well done
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  September 23, 2012
Very accurate and detailed job!Very well done!
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  September 23, 2012
Very realistic everything. The lights are really good, the engine is wonderfully detailed, the dashboard looks like it came out of a fighter jet, and most importantly it can carry 3 battery boxes. That's impressive in and of itself. Properly spiffy work!
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  September 23, 2012
Great work! I like all the detailing and functions. Awesome! 5/5
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  September 23, 2012
Wow, this is absolute cool and full of very nice details. My parents drove a Ford Sierra Hatchback in green metallic. Was a really nice car. Love how you made the typical Dashboard with all these nice details. Great work. Btw, nice idea with the keys :)
 I like it 
  September 23, 2012
Nice work, as usual. But how much do you want to fit in that interior?! I've seen real cars with less detail! Haha super stuff, keys are a great idea :)
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  September 23, 2012
Loads of nice details here - an excellent dashboard, KEYS!!!, the tail lights are about right, I think.
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  September 23, 2012
Fantastic work. The interior details are brilliant. Also really like the brake disk and axle details.
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  September 23, 2012
How awesome?! This is so good! The doorpanels are great, POWER FUNCTIONS :0, and the very thought-about keys. Never thought about that technique! Very awesome work man!
 
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