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Another Nameless Muscle Car
If the front looks familiar to you, then join me in having another George Lucas moment, and congratulate yourself for havi...
1969 Dodge Charger Daytona
Good grief, not another Daytona. Why, after two previous NASCAR versions? Um, because they were NASCAR versions, and not th...
Legoland '57 Chevy Convertible
My interpretation of the famous '57 Chevy Bel Air from the cover of the Ultimate LEGO Book. I wanted to build this eve...
Black Mamba II
This might just be the most stupidly awesome car I've ever created with LEGO. As of March 4th, 2013, it's 100% complete with its awesom...
Ultimate Halo 3 SMG
Finishing what I started. That's what I'm doing here. But let me start off this MOC by saying that this IS NOT the same SMG that I...
Halo 3 Battle Rifle V.2
My best creation to date, and the first one to be uploaded from my shiny new laptop! I think the first version was just fine a...
Colt .25 Auto V.2: Instructions!
Finally, I can post the instructions for something in just one page! Why? Because the barrel and slide only required ...
1970 Chevrolet El Camino
Yet another great muscle car from the year 1970. Does it look familiar to you at all? Well, that's because it featured the sa...
1970 Chevrolet Camaro SS396
My final MOC for 2010! 1970 was a great year for muscle cars, in case you haven't noticed. The redesign for the Camaro cam...
Colt .25 Auto V.2
It wasn't until I saw one of these close up at a gun show that I realized how flawed my LEGO version was. The trigger needed to swin...
1970 Ford Mustang
The best-looking year of Mustang, if you ask me! The car hadn't seen many changes to the engine or chassis by then, but the muscular...
Yeah, it's a race-tuned hearse. It's not based directly on any real hearse, (Lincoln or Cadillac) and it's definitely not for funerals. Unless ...
BR55HB Battle Rifle (Halo 3)
My biggest, heaviest, and scariest creation to date! Most Halo fans are looking forward to the release of an epic new sho...
1969 Dodge Charger R/T
As much as I liked my previous Charger models, I didn't think I had fully done the car justice. I had a Daytona, which, being t...
P3AT Instructions Part 2: The Barrel and Slide
Don't forget, the barrel assembly is SNOT, too, so the only pieces facing up are in the slide. It'll m...
P3AT Instructions Part 1: The Frame and Trigger
Since the entire frame is SNOT, the instructions will actually show the frame being built from the top...
The P-3AT is a locked-breech, double action only .380 ACP pistol manufactured by Kel-Tec. The frame is made of polymer with an aluminum i...
Custom Mid-Engine: "Habu"
This is my first mid-engine car, inspired by some of the great Italian supercars of past decades. While I'm very excited abo...
Hot Wheels: "Twin Mill"
Here's a true Hot Wheels classic, requested by Aaron Lai. It was originally part of the second Hot Wheels line in 1969, and w...
NASCAR: The Car Of Today
Formerly known as "The Car Of Tomorrow". Over the past couple of years, a lot has changed in the world of stock car racing, a...
Hot Wheels: "Dogfighter"
It's one of the most insane Hot Wheels designs ever, being half airplane, and half racecar. And when it comes to Hot Wheels, ...
Reliant Scimitar GTE
Is it a sports car or a station wagon? That's the question asked most about the GTE, which is remembered as a very practical vehi...
Hot Wheels: "Way 2 Fast"
Obviously, this isn't the V6-driven car I was planning. This is the insane hotrod that also carries my former MOCpages usern...
Engine Instructions: Volume 2
Some more of my favorite medium-scale engines, including a few V8's and my in-line six design. Anyone who needs an engin...
This car was inspired by Vinny Turbo's awesome 5-wides, and by the Cadillacs of the late 50's. For my first attempt at a 5-wide model, I ...
2009: Good Things Come In Small Packages
My final MOC for 2009! Here's a little something extra for New Year's Eve. I've certainly learned a lot this ...
Colt .25 instructions part 2: The barrel and slide
Part 2 of 2. But you already knew that, didn't you? Again, please report any problems with the inst...
Colt .25 instructions part 1: The frame and trigger
The first of two pages of instructions for my Colt .25 automatic. If there's anything in the instr...
1964 Ford Mustang
Here's one for the Ford fans! While I'm not a huge fan of Ford myself, I think the Mustang is dangerously cool. So now, I present my...
Celebrating a year at MOCpages!
Yes, it's been a whole year since I first created my MOCpages account! Okay, so I'm not sure of the exact date, but it...
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