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Rennstall Bunker Race Team
The Rennstall Bunker & Porsche 550 Spyder...in XL scale.
About this creation

The Bus is a technique supercar, but the Porsche lacks a working steering wheel, and thus is not.






The front






The side. I should have gone for more than a 3 speed, I had plenty of room... oh well.






Wood lined bed, fancy pants.






Everything open






Gas cap.






The flat 4 engine. Why VW? Just why? No V-8, not even a flat six... makes me sad.






The abyss. I mean, uh, the storage bins in the sides.






Fancy tan dashboard and seats.






Things move around, but there is a shelf instead of a glovebox.






The cargo.






A Porsche 550 Spyder






The front!






Cheesy lights. Rhyss's Pieces, you know what you did.






The back worked out great, but more credits, this time to Malte Dorowski for his tube&clip techique. Works geniusly. Almost scarily so.






The back lights






Opening goodies! And surely, a race car like this has more than just a puny flat four right? Right???






NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!! Not another flat 4!!! D=<






The interior, very plain.






Custom steering wheel.






Notice the height difference. Normally, Porsche's cant hover up and onto a flatbed. Normally...






and now is no exception, so I built some "wooden" planks.






They stow away under the Porsche.






Random...






Randomer! Porsche has flat four, 3 speed vertically oriented tranny, torsion bar suspension, steering via moving the wheels manually






Randomest! VW Bus has flat 4, 3 speed tranny, no diff, front steering to cabin, full torsion bar suspension.






The wild Rennstall Bunker in it's natural habitat. It sits about for days and doesn't move until provoked. They feed of off tar pits and are highly territorial. Recent building projects have threatened their existence.






Random view of my Sprinter Trueno being dwarved by my newest chassis.







Thanks for viewing!







Comments

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  June 20, 2012
Wow, that's huge! I like both vehicles a lot, though gray seems strange for the car. Not sure what it looks like in real life, though, so I'm fine with it.
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  May 10, 2012
Good evening Senator. I'm thrilled by your proposal to build a D-Type. I've responded in the group - let me know if I'm to mark the 2nd car as claimed. Thanks and good luck!
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  November 27, 2011
Oh my! That's a lot of Lego, perfectly arranged. And I love the "full stud look" of classic Lego.
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  November 24, 2011
Thanks for the mention :) Another amazing creation by you. You're really getting into the large scale technic cars, I'm liking your work! Even with miscoloured parts and gaps, that porsche is still very beautiful. The transporter is equally amazing. And huge! There is quite a bit of LEGO in this MOC.
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  November 10, 2011
the abyss...uh i mean the storage bin buyer:ok ill check it out "sits in "storage bin" AHHHHH...
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  November 10, 2011
Did I mention your cars, cars and cars are really nice and detailed? Nice truck, buddy, and thanks for your nice comment!
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  October 30, 2011
Awesome creation, Great job with the Porsche 550 Spyder
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  October 30, 2011
Fanstastic creation !!! Really great job.
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  October 30, 2011
ravishingly beautiful! (yes there are two models)!
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  October 26, 2011
Cool old style creation! The VW is very good, but the best is the Porsche! I like the headlights made of slopes! Clever solution.
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  October 24, 2011
ravishingly beautiful!
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  October 24, 2011
excellent!
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  October 24, 2011
excellent!
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  October 24, 2011
Ehmmm... Ehmmm... yes... Ehmmm... Yes, I now know the word: Speechless, that is what you left me! Now I regret all the fives' I gave once, because this creation certainly outdone them all! Fantastic!
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  October 24, 2011
Quoting Michael Janise So much detail and that VW has got to be straining under all that weight.
It is indeed! I was worried the wooden bed wouldn't hold up, but it did.
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  October 24, 2011
Haha I've just bought one of those White steering wheel thingys you used on the Porsche for my transporter. I think they had a thing for White steering wheels back then lol
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  October 24, 2011
Amazing!! I LOVE the studs!
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  October 24, 2011
I love it when there is 2 awesome creations in one creation. Something like that :P So much detail and that VW has got to be straining under all that weight.
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  October 24, 2011
why is there a window in the chasie lol?
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  October 24, 2011
i like them both, but, the van s rear wheels are a bit too much extended at the rear of the truck, otherwise, great work! this has to be my fav porshe of all times, nice sculpting!
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  October 24, 2011
:)
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  October 24, 2011
Awesome!
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  October 24, 2011
Awesome! I love the 550 Spyder, it looks great. Excellent work
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  October 24, 2011
Interresting project! The front of the T1 bully is beautifully sculpted! -Well, not only the front... Also interresting tecnique for the spyder headlights. -Might come in handy some day!
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  October 24, 2011
Absolutely beautiful! I'm speachless. So many details, so many STUDS..wow... I've never thought that I'll love so many studs! Gorgeous build.
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  October 24, 2011
Big, beautiful, and COVERED in studs as they should be!! And at least the engines are accurate to the real thing, right?
Senator Chinchilla .
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Sam "The legoman" Knavel
  October 23, 2011
This is great! Nicely done. :)
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  October 23, 2011
Fabulous! I love this they are both spot on. Too many great details to mention. This is my favourite of your creations so far. That porsche is stupidly good looking. And I can't wait to see what that monster turns into!
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  October 23, 2011
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Do I spot the unimog wheels on you next project?
Why yes, yes you do. It's 40 studs wide so far.
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  October 23, 2011
This is awesomely good - well done on managing to build so big (and two models at that!). I love the full-stud bodywork, it looks absolutely spot on - it must've taken ages to get right. 10/10 - only inner wheel arches could improve it, and that's a pretty minor thing, it's basically perfect! Welcome to Classic Race Teams - you'll be on the group homepage soon : )
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  October 23, 2011
Fancy pants indeed. Beautifully done, I am loving the studded look, perfect for the age of vehicle. The shapes are spot on too. Shame about the steering in the porsche, but it is still a super car ;). Do I spot the unimog wheels on you next project?
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  October 23, 2011
Fancy pants indeed. Beautifully done, I am loving the studded look, perfect for the age of vehicle. The shapes are spot on too. Shame about the steering in the porsche, but it is still a super car ;). Do I spot the unimog wheels on you next project?
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  October 23, 2011
NICE rides! Both are instantly recognizable and really well shaped. The rear end of the Porsche is amazing, great shape! And you did a great job on the front end of the T1. If you ask me, I'd like a few less studs on both models :-). But the rest is great, even the flat-4 engines :-)). And as you asked "Why, VW?", well they only had this engine after WW2, and there was no money to develop or buy other engines. The aircooled flat-4 were cheap and reliable and worked well for them. And as the first Porsche models were based on the Beetle chassis, they also had aircooled flat-4 engines.
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  October 23, 2011
Oh yes! Loving the studs :-) Just right for Classic Race Teams (we do love our technic...). My own transporter is half way there.
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  October 23, 2011
Impressive :)
 
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