A medium/large scaled upcoming MOC. It will be ONLY the second of this type, here, on MOCpages!!! :D (unless someone decided to build, or finish one before I finish mine! ; ) )
So now you're sure it's not a Volkswagen Golf, 'cause there a thousand more than 1 on Mocpages! ; )
Try to guess... (It's easy!) ; )
Front end (not totally finish, missing blinkers)
nosewheel details (as you can see, I give it camber! ; ) )
nice detail: Shock absorber (made with true Lego springs from this piece: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?P=731c05 )
moving front wheels!!! (I'm tiying to connect 'em, to do a full steering, I mean connect it to the steering wheel in the cab'! ; ) )
Wheels: Personnal design!!! Do not use or reproduce until the end of the W.I.P!!!
ps: I'm also making a similar wheel design with this piece: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItemPic.asp?P=32198
do not copy, use, reproduce too, please! ;) (I'll be OK: if you ask, or/and when my W.I.P.'ll be finish, be patient, I'm waiting for pieces! ; ) )
Quoting Federico .
. . . But it looks quite long . . . So let me try again : VW Caddy .
( We got 1 other Rabbit an 1 other Caddy as well on Mocpages,It's not easy . . . )
BTW , JDM AS F<3CK . . .
Ladies and Gentlemen! We have a Winner!!! Mr Federico is right! It's a VW Caddy!!! (Caddy => Caddie, the famous cart brand ; ) )
And: Yes! It is Slammed! And will be modified "German look" (Google it, if you don't know)
By the way: Does anybody knows another web dealer for Lego parts than Bricklink? (And, if it's possible In Europe => cause shipments U.S. <-> Europe are really expensive!)
Thanks! : )
Ok... At first: Thanks all for the comments and criticisms!
About the car base: Nils O. is a most closer for now! ; ) But you haven't found the base yet, dudes! I'm giving you a clue: "A famous shopping cart brand" I'm sure you'll find! ; ) if you don't, you're really not smart... lol.
About the chassis: I was "obliged" to build it angular, otherwise the whhels have a to important angle! ; )
And for the Tires: It's the best way I've foud to reproduce trained sidewall tires! ; )
Here we are! Keep asking and comment!!! ; )
That's a great start, can't wait to see more of it! Well, it looks like a Golf to me and you have used an EA 827 engine for it. So maybe it's an older model of one that I've recently posted ;-) Let's see ... Well done so far! :-))