There are my recent cars for Keith Goldman's diorama.
Behold the most revolutionary design of the century, featuring a magnetically driven steering ball. At the cost of more than the car itself, you can top off your million dollar ride with a special non-production helmet to affirm your status as the richest man on the road.
From a billboard in New Mombassa: “Drive with reckless abandon in the new 12th gen Hog. Comfort, luxury, bone-crushing power, it's beauty and the beast."
Vintage 2007 Acura Sports Car
Relive the classic times in this piece from the past. As an aside, this nifty model has survived both the black fantasy invasion and the zombie apocalypse. You can’t get that with a 5-star crash rating.
A.k.a. the pleasure chamber, this smooth three-wheeled ride offers a stylish cruising experience sure to turn heads from everyone on the road.
What’s Neo-Tokyo without its two-wheeled speed demons? The Yamamura chassis guarantees you a spot at the top tier of the baddest street gangsters.
The only one of its kind, developed by The Professor, the Trailblazer derives its fuel from plasma particles for explosive cutting edge performance. There’s a reason no more than one is ever made.
These are just gorgeous. I love the Kyoto Oxide. I have been pondering on my head on how to do a ball wheel for a while and seeing that has helped a lot. Now I just need to get enough pieces to make what I want, that's the problem.
I was at Barnes and Noble yesterday and looking through a Lego Book....can't remember the title though! I saw the bike with the black wheels in it. Congratulations! I love the Highway 44 project, and those vehicles really helped make it what it was
Wow. Those Bikes are top of the range. You are clearly one of the best small MOC and Minifig creators on the web.
Consider yourself invited into my select group of designers.
Oh, and the only reason I'm in the group is that I created it.
These are great! The tri-wheeled car-pod-thing is excellent, very sleek yet also compact; the warthog is great, I always wanted to see a civvy one; and the red car is bulky, but the use of the boulder pieces from the Indiana Jones sets is genius.