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UPDATE 29/06/13 : WHEELBASE PROBLEM FIXED Ariel Atom with working engine, gearbox, suspension and steering
About this creation
Here is my last creation: the Ariel Atom, alias known as the "face destroyer".
It is a car I like a lot because of his simplicity and engineering perfection. And because of this it is a very very very difficukt car to built, because if you want that it looks like the real one, every little detail has to be perfect.

Mine has the habitual stuff:
> the 3 cylinder working engine
> connected to a new 4 gear H gearbox you can change with the gear lever in the car .
> the 'strange' (but I like it) front suspension that is working too
> a working steering and steering wheel

2 words about the gearbox: I worked a lot on this new gearbox, and now it is possible to use the gear shift as in a real car (manual gbox) and it will change gear. It was difficult to built because I don't have the habitual pieces

about the bodywork:
what make this car beautiful,is his chassis that is in fact the bodywork.
And this one was very difficult to build with lego, but I did my best.

I hope you enjoyed it and please rate and comment it























>here with the 914:


> and here an Ariel Atom V8 500 :-P



Comments

 I like it 
  March 14, 2014
This is so sweet! I love it. You are very talented, I am very impressed by the gearbox. Unbelievable. The car is very accurate and beautiful.
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  February 18, 2014
Very realistic, great work!
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  February 17, 2014
Amazing quality everywhere!
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  July 28, 2013
ravishingly beautiful!
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  July 13, 2013
Very cool!
 I made it 
  June 29, 2013
Quoting TheLegoNoitAll . Great job on this car! i imagine it was an extremely hard car to do, and you did it very well. though i would suggest that you fix it so the rear wheels are as far out as the front wheels, or the front wheels are as far in as the rear wheels, it just looks weird this way. because of the problem with the wheels, i give it 4/5, if you fix that, i'll give a 5/5 :)
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 I like it 
  June 28, 2013
A great moc. I completely agree with the comments below. You clearly have very good technic skills and by the looks of it could easily fix the wheel base issue. Looking forward to version two. All I can think of now is Jeremy Clarkson getting his face ripped off XD
 I made it 
  June 28, 2013
I see what you are meaning I will fix it tomorow (enlarge the rear wheelbase) Thank you for this comments, I didn't saw it before but I saw there it looked strange on some pictures :-)
 I like it 
  June 28, 2013
Nice job - lots of cool Technic functions. It's instantly recognisable as an Atom too, but there are a few rough edges (like the wheel base and track, as mentioned below), but all easily fixable as you refine/evolve this model. 4 stars
 I like it 
  June 28, 2013
Great job on this car! i imagine it was an extremely hard car to do, and you did it very well. though i would suggest that you fix it so the rear wheels are as far out as the front wheels, or the front wheels are as far in as the rear wheels, it just looks weird this way. because of the problem with the wheels, i give it 4/5, if you fix that, i'll give a 5/5 :)
 
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