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Porsche Carrera GT
My favourite car in the world!!!
About this creation
My latest :) This car is my favourite car in the world, and I decided to build it out of lego! The body was very difficult to sculpt, especially seeing that I involved a working spoiler which moves up and down, and a removable hard top. I hope you enjoy this car because it gave me hell to build :P ahahah ENJOY!!!!

(I would write an explanation, but I figure that people know enough about this car for me to write anything)


































































































Comments

 I like it 
  May 15, 2013
great model, the front is my favorite part, very recognisable and neat, it certainly must be used as inspiration by people with few smooth bricks... but the excess of showing studs prejudice a little the body shape :/
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  May 11, 2012
amazing model, looks exactly like the real thing! love the back! seeing these pics has inspired me to try to make one of my own. Thank you ;)
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  February 23, 2012
I love this car ;-)
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  June 14, 2011
I agree that the mix of studded and SNOT makes this car not quite as brilliant as it could be, but the proportions are correct, the awkward shape has been well captured and there are more details inside than you could shake a stick at, so well done
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  March 9, 2011
The roof is to high...it looks kind of odd when the front is studless and the back section has studs. Maybe you should try a version 2.
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  January 1, 2011
Try to make it a bit more studless. Great work, though!Try using some of those sort of triangular pieces... they're hard to describe, but use em for the back.
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  September 8, 2010
Great work and easily recognizable. But I can't help myself, the roof seems a bit too high or the silver scoops behind it a bit too low...just my honest opinion. However, you did an absolutely great job! Cheers, Jens
 I like it 
  September 8, 2010
Sweet this looks great! This is one of my favourites aswell. Great job
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  September 8, 2010
Difficult car to represent into LEGO, that's for sure. And you've done a geat job, but... I suggest you to build it in one style - all studs exposed or SNOT, but not mixed. The front has nice SNOT work and the rear looks good with studs exposed. But tobether this looks no so good. However I prefer SNOT work - it looks much sleaker then
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  September 7, 2010
love it! Not an easy car to build, but you did a superb job!
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  September 7, 2010
Great work on the front; this car looks just like the real thing!
 I like it 
  September 7, 2010
Oh yeah Porsche... 5/5... :)
Piotr Terlecki
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cam m
  September 6, 2010
Nice Job! Can you check mine out?
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  September 6, 2010
thats awsome but i think you should make it more smooth
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  September 6, 2010
Awesome creation!! The best part is the spoiler. check out some of my newest creations sometime! 100,000/10
 I made it 
  September 6, 2010
Quoting cam m Nice Job! Can you check mine out?
I like your small scale one :) I would definitely build it in a similar way at that scale :)
 I made it 
  September 6, 2010
Quoting J K I think you have mastered the overall shape, i like the interior. The back of the car is my favorite part of your creation :)
Thank you :)
 I made it 
  September 6, 2010
Quoting Anthony Dunne Great job. Just the other day I was thinking about trying a large-scale Porsche Carrera GT, but you beat me to it! You did an excellent job on shaping the car. I also like the engine bay a lot- nice detail with shocks. I might have to try this design out for myself, and if I post it- you will be given credit. I really like this car! Great work! Keep building! -Anthony Dunne
Ya haha sorry about that :P But I would love it if you tried! So I could see how others attempted to build this car!
 I like it 
  September 6, 2010
Great model! It's always good when a tricky build turns out to be so worth it. I agree with Patrick about the studs.
 I like it 
  September 6, 2010
I think you have mastered the overall shape, i like the interior. The back of the car is my favorite part of your creation :)
 I like it 
  September 6, 2010
Great job. Just the other day I was thinking about trying a large-scale Porsche Carrera GT, but you beat me to it! You did an excellent job on shaping the car. I also like the engine bay a lot- nice detail with shocks. I might have to try this design out for myself, and if I post it- you will be given credit. I really like this car! Great work! Keep building! -Anthony Dunne
 I made it 
  September 6, 2010
Quoting Patrick L. Really nice car with great details but i think you have not enough tiles for the complete car? You should remove the tiles and the Hood and build it only with studs.It would looks like an cool "old school" GT.But that´s my opinion.
lol no where near enough, if I did try to do that, i'm not sure if it would have all the features : but for my next car I think im going to go old school with all studs :D
  September 6, 2010
Really nice car with great details but i think you have not enough tiles for the complete car? You should remove the tiles and the Hood and build it only with studs.It would looks like an cool "old school" GT.But that´s my opinion.
 
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