I started building from the engine, I really wanted it to be oversized. I also wanted to make it black+lime. When I was done with the chassis I started combining the body and figured I could do an oldtimer. That's when I've decided to make another Oldlimer.
Though there isn't really much lime used (even though I have significantly more than I had when I was building the first one) I do kinda like it.
This thing is craaaazy! I've never seen bricks at such weird angles, yet it works beautifully. Makes us traditional builders look a bit thick! (I can only work in variants of 90 degrees). I really hope this goes down the Hot Rod route next : ) Great work
Thank You everyone for Your comments, I'm very glad You like it. I too think this is my best MOC so far. And, really, that's how it should be, right? The newest MOC has to be better than the one before.
Quoting Firas Abu-Jaber
yet without any doubt, I just shocked by the way you did the fenders connecting them to the front and rear bumpers!
Some really insane techniques used over this amazing piece of work, this is your best yet without any doubt, I just shocked by the way you did the fenders connecting them to the front and rear bumpers! and the interior; is just so creative, great job also on using SNOT techniques all around, all in all one of the best LEGO car models that I've seen recently... Keep it up >>> peace.. Fofo
This is certainly one of the strangest MOC's I have seen for a long time!
You certainly have talent, but I havn't yet decided if I like the car. Very impressive SNOT-job under all circumstances!
It looks very strange. Like a kind of Bat-car...