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So I started a 2013 Range Rover (because Starscream Soundwave made one), but When I got it right, some gaps came up because I used a lot of 1x2 jumper plates. Now it is cold while driving! D-: Please tell how I can fix this without changing the position of the windscreen (if it is unsolvable by now say that), or what I can improve else. Thanks for viewing, hope you an give me hints.

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 I made it 
  October 19, 2012
Quoting Nils O. This is the "final" look with correct colours: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/NilsO/LDD-Ideas/loek_range_rover_2.png The LXF file is on the way... I hope it will be helpful. :-))
Thanks for helping Nils!
  October 19, 2012
This is the "final" look with correct colours: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/NilsO/LDD-Ideas/loek_range_rover_2.png The LXF file is on the way... I hope it will be helpful. :-))
  October 18, 2012
Check this out: http://www.brickshelf.com/gallery/NilsO/LDD-Ideas/loek_range_rover.png ... Sorry, I didn't know that Brickshelf needs it's time until publishing an image. It seems that I was the only person who was able to see the picture ... The direct link to the picture should work now ...
  October 18, 2012
Like Nils said...
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  October 18, 2012
Now for the rest of the car: 1) You can use the slider plates on the grey part to close most of the gap and leave the gap in front of the rear window. 2) Use a 1x1 brick with a SNOT stud on the rear end of the B pillar (instead of the normal 1x1 brick) and connect a 1x2 tile to it to close most of the gap. Well done, so far! :-)) P.S.: I'll see if I can come up with an LDD file during lunch break.
  October 18, 2012
Hi Loek, I have two ideas for the roof: 1) If you accept some studs on top you can use two 1x2 plates with sliding rail on the rear end replacing the 1x4 tile (I used the same plates for the sidepipes on my Cobra). The sliding rails will close the gap, but this solution won't win a beauty contest ;-)) . 2) You can add a half stud rear wing at the end of the roof replacing the 1x4 tile by two 1x2 tiles in the corners and a 2x2 tile in the middle. The 2x2 tile can be connected to the roof with a transparent round "slider" plate.
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  October 17, 2012
I DID IT!! I got rid of the gaps! Took a lot of thinking, but I finally got it of 30 min of work. I will post the Range Rover as soon as I can :)
  October 17, 2012
Working on it right now, I have gained some progress.
  October 17, 2012
I don't think I can solve the problem.:(
 I made it 
  October 17, 2012
Thanks for the hints buddies! @Kevin and Mitchell: LDD file has been added, if you solved it, please send it back to loek.marcus@gmail.com. And don't change the design. And you'll be mentioned as my ''saver'' :-) @Alex: okay, still thanks for the feedback. @ABC: Hmm, good thought about, but the created gaps are a half stud. And if you connect the roof to the window it goes out of shape. Thanks for the feedbacks buddies! Hope you can solve it! LDD file added, send them back to my e-mail-address. Thanks! :-)
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  October 16, 2012
Hmmm... If you make sure that the back window isn't connected to any studs, couldn't you use make the roof a stud longer and connect the back using that?
  October 16, 2012
I ran into this problem on the first draft of my 4-wide Cherokee I avoided that though. I don't really have any ideas =P I would let the download the LDD Instructions
  October 16, 2012
I'd do the same as Kevin.;)
  October 16, 2012
If you can put LDD instructions I will download it and try to help.
 
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