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Chrysler 300C STR8
Hey... Look what I got :) ;) :)
About this creation
Hey!!
It's been a while since I didn't post here! And here I am, with a beast on the streets - Chrysler 300C STR8.

History:
Chrysler introduced the SRT-8 version of the car at the Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance in 2004. It includes a new 370-cubic-inch, 6.1 L Hemi V8 which produces 425 hp (317 kW), Preliminary performance targets for the 300C SRT8 are 0-60 mph in the low 5-second range (impressive, isn't it) and quarter-mile time in the high 13-second range. It went on sale in February 2005 and has a sticker price of US$43,695 (just a pocketmoney, huh?? :D ) as of 2006 plus applicable taxes. [wikipedia]

Well... in this model I used some new techniques for doors to open. In previos model (BMW X5) I disliked these gaps between doors and fenders, but I couldn't think any better until Firas mentioned "droid arms" in one of his replies (not to me, someone else asked about the same problem, only for hood). So grate grate grate .... grate thanks to Firas, 'couse now I don't have gaps between doors and fenders at all!!!!

The hardest part was fenders. After building BMW X5 4x4 system wasn't a problem anymore. The principle is the same, only chassis is a little different, but the body... uhhh... spent tree days to design front fender only, same time went for the rear doors and rear fenders. Pritty tricky part is rear lights too - well - there isn't much useful parts in trans-red.

Ok, so what does this car has??
working V8
4x4
Independent suspension on each wheel
Differential on each axle
Steering

Openable:
- all doors
- hood
- trunc
- hatch (trans-black)
- glove box
- box between front seats
- instrument box in the trunc

Adjustible:
- all seats
- cup holder in the rear seat
- sun visors

Rear seats can be fold-down (two parts)

Of course it's scale ~~1:13 and it consists of 3108 LEGO parts
Maybe it's not so clear on pictures - it's DARK BLUE

Exterior shots:



Bottom shots:


Engine


Notice, that the rear doors can be opened even when the front doors are closed :)


Instrument box in the trunc


Glove box


Box between the front seats


Interior - front, rear and cup holder in the rear seat. I realy like how the small TV turned out, also with help with those droid arms. Also in that picture you can see the "hinges" for doors => droid arms


Rear seat fold-down step by step. The last picture shows you the cargo space when the seats are folded-down. Notice, there isn't hole if the rear seat where the cup holder is hidden :)



So...
That's it for now. If Car Olympics 2009 wount think out something "evil", than next will be my real car = SAAB 9000CS. Love that car, even it is 16 years old...

See ya!



Comments

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  April 7, 2014
whoa, the 300C!? if you put this on a LEGO street, it would be a beast on the LEGO streets too!
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  October 12, 2011
WOW!!! Speechless!
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  April 4, 2010
WOW! THIS IS SO DETAILED! PLEASE COMMENT ON MY NEW F1 CAR THE FERRARI F2008. THANKS
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  February 5, 2010
Dude this is amazing. How on earth do you manage the LDD program like this?? I tried it for a little while, but couldn't imagine ever doing a build this complex! oh, and extra points for the rear doors being able to be opened even with the front closed. (something I could never get right)
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  January 23, 2010
Nice MOC! Any progress on the Saab? I own both a '97 9000 Aero and a '85 900 Aero. I tried my brother's '92 900 Aero in LEGO: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/178883 But I wouldn't know how to make a 9000 look real in LEGO...
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  January 16, 2010
Great car!!!Send me instructions at vruiz.010@gmail.com.PLEEAAAASSSSE?
Rolands Kirpis
Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  October 17, 2009
yeah my uncle got a SAAB im not sure which model but its not new i can tell you that im thinking 80's-90's
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  October 11, 2009
Ths is the 1st 300 i think ive seen outa Lego, great job, i dont c how any 1 could do better, this is way better then the real thing.
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  October 9, 2009
Quoting Darcy Guerin Hanlon love your work man keep it up especially the reno Magnum thats was well made. Good luck with the SAAB!
Ehh... Car Olympics started and I had to pospone it. But no worries, It will make it to here... someday.. :)
Rolands Kirpis
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Darcy Guerin Hanlon
  October 8, 2009
love your work man keep it up especially the reno Magnum thats was well made. Good luck with the SAAB!
Rolands Kirpis
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Conor McCarthy
  September 23, 2009
on patrick l's lambo u said you hated lambo's. why?front need little work rear is perfect
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  September 12, 2009
Quoting Law Hon Kin AWESOME! Unbelievable you done it in computer! Just imagine how good will it be if you build it in real brick? Great job, and... I blogged it! Check out my blog! http://kinsbricks.blogspot.com/
Thanks a lot!! Highly appreciated!!
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  September 12, 2009
Quoting Firas Abu-Jaber Really hot pal! Huge, detailed and well shaped, can't wait to see this in real bricks. And now I remember that Droid arms thingy ;) thanks for the credit dude, that was sweet :) keep building >>> peace.. Firas
Hehehe.. Tiny thing for you, huge deal for me. Well.. I'm learning too, even if it looks surprising for some of you, but yes - I'm still learning from others. Maybe this helps in your scale too.
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  September 9, 2009
Great work!
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  September 8, 2009
breathtaking! I wonder how you made the fenders?
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  September 6, 2009
I can't do anything but stare...
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  September 5, 2009
Wooohohohoooow! incredibly amazing! this is a fantastic creation, and in computer requires some professional building skills! great work man! AMAAAAAZING!
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  September 5, 2009
AWESOME! Unbelievable you done it in computer! Just imagine how good will it be if you build it in real brick? Great job, and... I blogged it! Check out my blog! http://kinsbricks.blogspot.com/
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  September 5, 2009
this is the first big scale 300c i have seen. this is really nice
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  September 5, 2009
Really hot pal! Huge, detailed and well shaped, can't wait to see this in real bricks. And now I remember that Droid arms thingy ;) thanks for the credit dude, that was sweet :) keep building >>> peace.. Firas
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  September 5, 2009
Wow this is amazing nothing like my 1:10 scale dodge:D
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  September 5, 2009
Quoting Dylan Denton Wow! Holy cow! That's insane! What is that..like 20-wide? That's HIGE!!! And very very well detailed! Excellent work! Truly brilliant! 10/10 :D Keep up the great work!
Thanks!! It's 21-wide :)
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  September 5, 2009
WOW!! This is the best 300C ever made with Lego. The car looks excatcly the same as the real model. Every details it has and the car looks very cool. I'm happy that you build the srt-8 model, that is the coolest and most american ;P. What do you think of my Detroit muscle (I am building it in real lego and are building it with SR 3D Builder). keep it up my friend :D.
  September 5, 2009
Wow! Holy cow! That's insane! What is that..like 20-wide? That's HIGE!!! And very very well detailed! Excellent work! Truly brilliant! 10/10 :D Keep up the great work!
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  September 4, 2009
Wow this is the most realistic Lego creation in mocpages!!!!! 100,000,000,000,000/10!!! Awesome work!!
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  September 4, 2009
Yes,you did it.Fantastic work on the front.Hope to see it in real bricks.Keep up the good work.
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  September 4, 2009
best non-real bricks car eva!
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  September 4, 2009
Wow! Great work! When are we going to see the actual model?
 
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