After a break from muscle cars, I decided to finally make another one. This time a '76 Hemi 'Cuda. The wheel/rim idea came from Roland Kirpis, so credit for that goes to him. I also was able to fit a hood on this one and a decent engine because the tires are skinnier and allow more room. the doors and body are also curved, whish is the first time I have done it. It turned out okay IMO. Anyways, take a look at it and tell me what you think!
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Well, that's it! Rate it or tell me what you think!
I know that I already commented on this, but now I see some problems. Look to the license plate at the front. And then look to the license plate at the rear... The license plate at the front is 1x4, and the license plate at the rear is 2x4! That's just not right. You need to use license plates from the same size. And the rear is to high and the length from the rear is to short. And the year 1976 is so wrong. The shape of the rear is just not good. Way to skinny too. But alright, I know it's hard to create a cuda in bricks. And some details are really nice! So it's still a 4/5. (I didn't ment to be mean.)
Wow - nice ride you got here! Mant very interesting details and techniques. And thanks for the credit, appreciated very much. Best of creativity and keep it up!
I like it
Preston the insane Petrolhead
October 11, 2011
WOW! i like the engine, especially the shaker hood scoop, and the rear pillars are good, I also like the steering wheels used as wheels, great shape, nice taillights, the interior is awesome 555,555,555/5 :)! this could easily compete with Rick S's hemicuda.
The Cuda is my favorite car of all time! So I always like to see a moc of it. And this looks good, but it is a bit skinny somewhere. But you did a good job on the shaker hood scoop! And I think that you are wrong with the year. Cuda's were made until 1974.