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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 was sometime in late September, or early October. So, I'll be celebrating with this fourth... and hopefully FINAL version of what I believe to be my best-known 10-wide design.
About this creation
It all started with the first version, which featured my first flip-nose hood design.



The second version featured smoother lines, and some much-needed SNOT work in the back.



The third one was the only version to feature a decent interior and opening doors. But something else was needed...



So, this final version picks up where the third version left off. Just scroll down, and you'll find the flip-nose hood, a detailed interior, and opening doors. But finally... FINALLY, the model will include a detailed engine and chassis.



















































The chassis, something the first version lacked.







And now let's take a look at the interior.



This more than makes up for the cramped interior in the first version, I think.







And now, here comes the car's coolest feature!



But wait! You're probably wondering if there's going to be an engine under here. But don't worry, this new engine is a big, powerful, butt-kicking...



IN-LINE SIX?!?!?!


Yeah, that's right. An in-line six!



With an engine like this, it's more like a sports car than a muscle car.



Well, it's been quite a year. I hope I haven't been too much of a pain to my fellow MOCcers, and I certainly hope to continue building LEGO cars for as long as possible.



Special thanks to the following:

Sean Kenney

Firas Abu-Jaber

Johannes R.

Raphael G.

Dylan Denton

Samuel Heckaman

Apple Pie

Commander Flare

Spartan 330

Dax Olesa

Patrick L.

Ape Fight

Joachim Hansen

Rolands Kirpis

A.J. Pride

Joel Congi

Fred Ottens

Tterbo Magnesium

Tony Dunne

Matthew Harned

Todd Wilder

Joe P.

Henry Shepard

Darnell T.

Phillip R.

And a very special thank-you to any anonymous visitors who are crazy enough to visit my page regularly. You know who you are.

If I forgot anybody, please feel free to express your anger!



Comments

 I like it 
  May 6, 2013
You have been on the 'pages for a long time!
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  July 11, 2010
oeps! i thought i already commented on this. well, it's nice to be a year at mocpages. because i like to look to your cars! and i have a new creation. would you please look at it?
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  December 2, 2009
First of all, that is sick! Second of all, that is sick!!! Okay, I used to be really bad at making cars compact, and not loose and falling apart. I was jealous of your design, so I decided to build a dodge ram 1500 using the same techniques as yours. I just posted it, THANK YOU SO MUCH and please check it out!
  November 20, 2009
omg i love the engine you have to make instructions for it love the car -kurtis-
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  October 20, 2009
oh thanks didnt see my name
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  October 11, 2009
great car. the engine looks really nice - Nathaniel
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  October 6, 2009
Waaahooo!! This thing is awesome! And in a lego car, I think it's more for looks than for actual speed in reality. In other words, I think a lego car with a really cool inline six is better than a lego car with a really lame V8. Wherefore, I believe this is your best engine, by far. Congrats on your first year! Now I'm going to have to check how long I've been on!
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  October 6, 2009
Great, the stripes on the side look good.....
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  October 5, 2009
Quoting Raphael G I LOL'd when I saw the puny inline-six. But then again, my brother's Jag has an inline-six and it's pretty fast
Yeah, Jags and Aston Martins are what inspired this engine. Also, I wanted to try something new, and take a break from the usual V8 engine.
 I made it 
  October 5, 2009
Quoting spartan 330 Hey wat about me, nah just kidding(but it would be nice 2 put my name there)
LOL, don't worry, your name's already on there. Maybe you just missed it, because it's a pretty long list.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2009
This is great! Congratulations! I was really expecting a blown V8 under there, I LOL'd when I saw the puny inline-six. But then again, my brother's Jag has an inline-six and it's pretty fast so I guess I shouldn't judge things simply by looking at 'em. Great work, again. Sweet bodywork, too.
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  October 5, 2009
Congratulations...what a sweet engine! Oh and thank you for putting my name on your list there..
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  October 4, 2009
*****faint***** this is awesome!!!! I love the interior, engine, design, colors, AND what's even better is that it gave me an idea! Thinking.... thinking.... planning.... inspiring.... DONE!!!! I am proudly going to design my own cars and change it every week!!!
 I like it 
  October 4, 2009
Nice work, and congrats!
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  October 4, 2009
Congratulations!!
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  October 4, 2009
;) congrats bud...looking forward to your next mocs this following year i know they will be great. ps> drool over those engine and underneath the car parts
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  October 3, 2009
Hey wat about me, nah just kidding(but it would be nice 2 put my name there) awesome car its my favorite one of ur versions
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  October 3, 2009
Quoting Sean Murphy *cough* your inline six is more of a *cough* slant six... the most bottom of the barrel, absolute lowest grade engine you could get in the late 60s.
Maybe, but today, they're found in several high-performance sports cars, Aston Martins being a good example.
 I like it 
  October 3, 2009
*cough* your inline six is more of a *cough* slant six... the most bottom of the barrel, absolute lowest grade engine you could get in the late 60s. (muscle i think not) but of course it has to look awesome anyway with all that coolness. (even your six looks awesome)
 I like it 
  October 3, 2009
I joined June 18th, 2009. My first creation was on the 19th! And cool car again!
 I made it 
  October 3, 2009
Quoting Dylan Denton If you're not sure when you started, just look at the date of your first posted MOC
Yep, I already did that, and it was October 4th, 2008. I had created my account a few days before that, so I'm still not exactly sure. But thanks for the suggestion!
 I made it 
  October 3, 2009
Quoting Darek L. no V8 engine ??
Nope, not this time. But don't worry, I'm planning to make more V8 engines, and maybe even some V6's.
 I made it 
  October 3, 2009
Thank you so much everyone! This the first time I've been able to check in on this new page, and it's already got plenty of comments/ratings. What an amazing year it's been!
 I like it 
  October 3, 2009
A year? Wow, seems like you've been here forever! (That's a very good thing, you're in the fabric of MOCpages life!) Best iteration of this car yet, a straight six is unusual too. I think I also joined MOCpages around this time last year : )
 I like it 
  October 3, 2009
Excellent! It must have been hard to fit all those features into a 10-wide scale...
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  October 2, 2009
congradulations on your one year anniversery. I really like the new car!!!! the engine looks fantastic!!!!!
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  October 2, 2009
A very cool car! Nice new paint job. BTW:I just realised I've been on MocPages for 2 years.
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  October 2, 2009
OMG! I got mentioned... I appreciate it a lot and great car! It's truly amazing!
 I like it 
  October 2, 2009
Congrats! If you're not sure when you started, just look at the date of your first posted MOC ;D Awesome work! i love the engine in this! Keep it up for many years to come!
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  October 2, 2009
It's been a year, and you have showed what a lego car SHOULD be :) Love your stuff nate, the most original car design on here. It's been one awsome year :)
 I like it 
  October 2, 2009
First of all, happy anniversary and thanks for mentioning my name on the top of your list, I really appreciate it a lot, and of course you did an amazing job here on your model; from the nice painting job to the aggressive shape till that massive engine you placed under the hood. It's so interesting how you made your cars so detailed and realistic at this scale, I assure you that it's not an easy job at all, any way hope you to have a happy building in your upcoming days, keep on the great work >>> peace.. Firas
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  October 2, 2009
One year of awesome vehicles.This time you have post a fantastic car.It remember me to the movie "City-Cobra".Excellent work on the sides.And a very cool engine.Love it.
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  October 2, 2009
The following statements are highly affected by licorice and pepsi and does not mean that the doctor actually feels that way: . . . You didnt include me on the list! how dare you! Now i must think of some alternative, wierd and satisfying way to get rid of you. aww, i thought i didnt have to think at all on fridays! (oh, and a very fine car you got there sir)
 I like it 
  October 2, 2009
no V8 engine ??
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  October 2, 2009
This is absolutely superb! The colour scheme, the chassis, etc. I also joined sometime around the end of 2008, I just can't remember exactly when...
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  October 2, 2009
I think this needs for 'HAPPY BIRTH-LEGO-DAY!!!' :) And thanks for putting my name on the list - I feel honored. :) Oh, and model - I thing you've made a crazy work here. This previously inverted paint job looks really nice. And all the details for this small car... niiiiice.
 
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