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Noble M15
Here is the Noble M15, a British supercar designed in 2006 to compete with cars such as the Ferrari F430 and the Porsche 911 as a more accessible and user friendly option than the Noble M12. I was glad to finally build a car in a color other than red; If you've seen my other cars, you probably know that I have a much better collection of red pieces than any other colors. With that in mind, I feel I could have been more accurate and detailed with a better collection of blue pieces, but I build with what I've got, and I'm pleased with this first exploration of building in blue. (I finally got the Blue Lamborghini set, and a small blue police car that Firas pointed out to me, which has the blue front fenders, so I had just enough blue to finish here). Not one of my better cars, in my own opinion, or at least not one of my favorite cars that I've built, but I like the blue, and I think this was a good car to use the blue for. Feel free to leave comments; any ideas or suggestions are more than welcome!
About this creation
First, Some shots of the exterior all around:

























Open doors and interior: Yes, the steering wheel is on the right, as this is a British car.











The trunk open in front:









Engine cover open, and close ups of the engine:





The M15 has a V6 engine, and I'm not going to lie, this is probably one of the least impressive engines I've built, especially because I could only find one reference picture, however, don't be fooled! This car is more than speedy, completing the Top Gear track faster than the Ferrari F430 and the Audi R8 with this engine and great handling.





All open:







Details, close ups:


















Comments

  September 22, 2012
To the comment below, us British have made hundreds of great cars! :)
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  August 21, 2012
Now I thought the only good British car was Bond's Aston-Martin, but it looks like I stand corrected. And this is the first time I've heard of Noble, so that's gotta tell you something.
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  July 21, 2012
This is great, I love the car in real life, but yours is even better!:D
  May 19, 2012
WOW, you make a really good car that looks like the real one. The blue color looks very good.
Ryan Link
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  November 1, 2011
Wow !....a real beauty.....
Ryan Link
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  October 22, 2011
Proficient! I love the way you designed it, to super charge itself! I've seen those British supercars! Yours looks amazing! Great work!
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  October 22, 2011
ravishingly beautiful!
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  April 5, 2011
This is what i would call LUSH! Very good likeness to the Porsche and Ferarri beating Noble. I would have this car over them any day. There are some crazy angles going on there, i need to learn how to do that! The back is my fave angle looks mean and very accurate. Job well done. Check out my Big Mac :)
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  April 4, 2011
Amazingly goodlooking car, very nice shape! The headlights turned out pretty good, and I sure know they are hard to make with this kind of cars;-)
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  March 8, 2011
The real car has a Volvo engine right?
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  December 23, 2010
Quoting Sven Bode & Jens Matuschek Geez, what a crisp model! I'm still drooling. The front is incredibly well built - OK, the rest isn't bad either - this flowing line, the recessed bonnet between raised fenders... just wow! I guess I'll have to use similiar techniques on some new projects. And the magnifier headlights...AWESOME! You show pure ingenuity when it comes to this part, as already seen on your 458 or Saleen Raptor. The detail you put into the interior and the engine is completely to my taste. Well then, why don't you like it? In my opinion, the wheelbase is too short, the car looks a bit plump. The base plate on most sportscars is almost square; you went for a 16-wide but only 14-long... due to this,the c-pillar turned out too steep. Anyway, that's criticizing a high-tech model! You did an almost perfect job in the most suitable color for this car. Oh, on a side note, guess who told Firas about the blue Fenders? B-) -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/31460192@N02/4697506986/ Best wishes, greetings & Merry Christmas to you, Jens
Well that case, credit to you as well! Thank you!
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  December 21, 2010
Such a great choice, since Nobles seem to be a bit under-rated. (overshadowed by Ferarri and Lambo, if you ask me) And yes, it does look good in blue!
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  December 21, 2010
Pretty cool.I like the engine details.Keep up the great work
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  December 21, 2010
I don't know if you already have Flicker account, but I think you should join us at LUGNuts! It's lot more fun there and lot more talented car builders: http://www.flickr.com/groups/lugnuts/
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  December 21, 2010
As I have built on of noble Nobles myself, I'm quite familiar with them and yeah... it is a little bit too short. Try to find some blueprints before you start a MOC, it will help you to be more accurate to the proportions. Add a "Lego grid" on blueprint and this helps very much. Now.. about the model... that front end is fantastic, amazing, incredible.. I'm speachless. That part definately is your best idea ever! The whole front looks fantastic, including the head lights. PS: Ehh... I wish I could build in other that white someday :-)
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  December 20, 2010
Geez, what a crisp model! I'm still drooling. The front is incredibly well built - OK, the rest isn't bad either - this flowing line, the recessed bonnet between raised fenders... just wow! I guess I'll have to use similiar techniques on some new projects. And the magnifier headlights...AWESOME! You show pure ingenuity when it comes to this part, as already seen on your 458 or Saleen Raptor. The detail you put into the interior and the engine is completely to my taste. Well then, why don't you like it? In my opinion, the wheelbase is too short, the car looks a bit plump. The base plate on most sportscars is almost square; you went for a 16-wide but only 14-long... due to this,the c-pillar turned out too steep. Anyway, that's criticizing a high-tech model! You did an almost perfect job in the most suitable color for this car. Oh, on a side note, guess who told Firas about the blue Fenders? B-) -> http://www.flickr.com/photos/31460192@N02/4697506986/ Best wishes, greetings & Merry Christmas to you, Jens
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  December 20, 2010
Awesome! I recognized it instantly! Great job! Nice to see a different color (other than red) car from you.
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  December 19, 2010
AAAHHH ITS TOO PRO FOR MY EYES!!!
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  December 18, 2010
great job. Your skill is incredible; Love the way you did th headlights, they look very very real!!
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  December 18, 2010
Nice! I really like the interior and I think that the M15 looks good in blue. A nice change of colour. Great job
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  December 18, 2010
Superb! Not many cars are in blue either. How about a M600 though?
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  December 17, 2010
Scale models like this Noble are very good to see and keep going on and on. Great job.
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  December 17, 2010
Given your limited stocks of blue, this is outstanding. Nobles were always about go more than show, anyway. Nice job.
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  December 17, 2010
I'm not an expert in this but I think this would somehow be considered epic.
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  December 17, 2010
This is gorgeous. Good to see a British supercar on here. Great work.
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  December 17, 2010
I think it looks fantastic, you put a lot of work into recreating some difficult shapes, and it shows. I would buy this if it was set for sure.
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  December 17, 2010
Super clean, neat car. I like the crisp bodywork. It looks great in blue. Good detail work. You asked for suggestions--as I tell everyone, you should include a photo of the real car for comparison on every replica you make, to compare with. I've never seen a Noble M15, so I just got back from google image search. It looks fantastic! Keep it up, -matthew-
 
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