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2 in 1 MOC! . . I am running low on time! D: Here are two MOC's in one: 10-wide car business. Lemme introduce you to my... The backs of my 1960 Aston Martin DB5 and my 2012 Ford Explorer Limited. Okay, there's a 52 year gap between these machines, and there's no pedegrial system in both (yay, bad words if I am right ;| ). But I wanted an American biggie and a functional gadgetised car; so here they are. Beginning with the Ford, the V6 engine. Nothing working, though there's a functional engine in er... here. Interior of the Ford, very proud of this touch ;) Now, the gorgeous Aston. Because I wanted a functional gadgetised car. We move on to some other stuff before the gadgets... Oh, forgot to tell this is 007's car (probably you'll noticed that). Interior, the sticker on the big 2x2 cheese fits perfectly as the real deal. And don't ever touch the button underneath the gearleaver, because... ...no, there isn't a ejector seat. Only seen on Fred Ottens' brilliant DB5, how did he ever did that, mr Bond madman?! Okay, we are going off-topic, here's the engine. Gadget$$$!! Rotating numberplates for a kickoff. Simple construction, I love this personally! Mr Bond, you are officially incognito now ;) And a bulletproof sunscreen which is not very big but who cares. Thanks for watching! Don't forget to visit my Flickr! And again, don't forget to Please rate and comment!


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