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A complex model of a simple car.
About this creation
This 1979 MG B Roadster has been my main method of getting a tan for a few years now, and it deserves it's place alongside my Lego Citroens....



Ain't it pretty ? If it was an earlier 'chrome bumper' model it would be prettier, and twice the price. The big black rubber bumpers were added in 1974 to satisfy US market legislation, and for some strange reason I rather like them...



The twin exhaust outlets are not standard. It's an Oselli Racing system - dunno if it makes it go any faster but it sure sounds nice!



This model is 24/25 studs wide and is packed with features, but we'll start with the shape, made using a very big pile of very small plates.

Underneath the curves, there's a four cylinder engine made with my favourite big old square pistons, a 4 speed gearbox, working steering - from inside and 'hand of god' via the right exhaust', double wishbone front suspension, a proper leaf sprung live rear axle, everything opens and the doors have a spring-loaded latching mechanism operable from inside the car or out.



The black leather seats with red piping - I'm glad the first owner specified these; the standard covers look like deck chairs! Plenty of detail in here - right down to the indicator and wiper stalks.



That, quite simple really, door mechanism...



Under the bonnet, 1800cc of raw power. Or not, depending on whether you think 90 bhp is a lot... Fortunately, it's quite a light car so it feels brisk without threatening to tear your face off.



Rear suspension detail with cunning use of flexible pieces. Stiffness is about right although there's only about one brick of travel.



There's nothing in there. Move along.



The technic fans' money shot...



Nick's fun facts part 38: Those headlamp nacelles are a styling idea that first appeared on the Renault Caravelle. I'm a riot at parties...



Profile shot - my car has a slight nose-down stance (the front's been lowered, the back hasn't) and I've recreated that here.



Ready for the open road - or a traffic jam; I'll still get a tan!





Comments

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  July 8, 2014
amazing!:D
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  July 8, 2014
Quoting T.J. Brammer How Could I miss this! Cool car Nick! There is quite a few of these cars around where I live, but sadly some of them are rusted, left unatended, and not cared for.
Thanks TJ. It's an oldie but a goodie :-)
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  July 8, 2014
How Could I miss this! Cool car Nick! There is quite a few of these cars around where I live, but sadly some of them are rusted, left unatended, and not cared for.
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  October 13, 2013
THIS IS REALLY A GREAT JOB WITH MANY AMAZING DETAILS .....WELL DONE MATE
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  March 3, 2013
IT IS SENSETIONAL I REALLY LIKE IT
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  December 15, 2012
I didn't notice that this got MOTD until I joined the group! Very well deserved Nick! I love this masterfully built car! And guess what...MOTD again today with the GTO :-) December is turning into a great month! Joe mentioned about the LEGO get together in the new year, something I will very much look forward to! Have a Happy Christmas!
Nick Barrett
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Chris Melby
  December 11, 2012
It's about time they put up a real MOC for MOTD! Between the Mods padding their own stats, and constant reminder of Heather, I had to get on some anti-depresants just to stay active. However, now that we are celebrating some true LEGO genius, I'm off my meds, running around the room with excitement! =D Congrats Nick, awesome build! Z
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats Nick! :)
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  December 11, 2012
Looks fantastic, black bumper and all!
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  December 11, 2012
A REAL MOTD!! Glad to see this work of art on the home screen instead of these "sub-par" MOTD's. Really happy you got MOTD, it deserves it!
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  December 11, 2012
Thanks everyone - what a nice day! :-)
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  December 11, 2012
its mocs like these I cant even comment all I can do is stand with my mouth open :o 5/5!
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  December 11, 2012
Fantastic car, well deserving of MOTD. Congratulations!
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  December 11, 2012
A great chance to look at this beauty again. Congrats my friend. Really looking forward to our new years get together.
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats on MOTD!
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats! :)
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats man! This is an excellent car! Always have been a huge fan of your cars and it is nice to see them up on the homepage.
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  December 11, 2012
One of the greatest lego cars i have ever seen.
  December 11, 2012
Yes, a well deserved MOTD, Nick! Congratulations! :-))
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  December 11, 2012
It's about time we have a deserving MOTD! This one isn't junk, and it doesn't have a like spam!
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  December 11, 2012
Quoting Chris Melby It's about time they put up a real MOC for MOTD! Between the Mods padding their own stats, and constant reminder of Heather, I had to get on some anti-depresants just to stay active. However, now that we are celebrating some true LEGO genius, I'm off my meds, running around the room with excitement! =D Congrats Nick, awesome build! Z
Haha! I'm better now too. Thanks Z :-)
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  December 11, 2012
Lol, poor Melby. Good to see you could cheer him up. And what a car to do it with! Sheer rolling brilliance!
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  December 11, 2012
It just astounds me how you get your models so accurate both technically and in shape. This MG is amazing and you thoroughly deserve MOTD
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  December 11, 2012
Pefect model! :D congrats on motd!
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  December 11, 2012
I know i already commented on this fine build, but a congrats on a well deserved MOTD i in order :-) I hope one of my builds is chosen as MOTD soon :-D
  December 11, 2012
Excellent. That scale is probably big enough to put real lights in. Battery box underneath/in the boot (trunk if you're American).
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  December 11, 2012
MOTD! Congrats!
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  December 11, 2012
a well deserved MOTD!
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  December 11, 2012
Cool!
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  December 11, 2012
Well now, that's a nice surprise... thanks guys.
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats on an MOTD!
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  December 11, 2012
Woo hoo!
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  December 11, 2012
Woo! MOTD!! One of the nicest and most realistic cars ever uploaded to MOCpages. Richly deserved : )
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  December 11, 2012
A well deserved MOTD!
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  December 11, 2012
a well deserved MOTD! beautiful done in every way...
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  December 11, 2012
Congrats Nick on MOTD! You really deserve it mate!
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  December 11, 2012
Wow, Nick! Congratulations on MOTD! :)
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  December 11, 2012
Very well deserved MOTD! Congrats!
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  December 11, 2012
What's highligting big on the homepage today? Congrats on a really cool MOTD!
  December 11, 2012
Congratulations on a very fine and well-deserved MOTD! -LB Senior
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  October 27, 2012
Great!
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  October 1, 2012
This is a really cool MOC!
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  September 17, 2012
Just spotted this MOC. It's a brilliant recreation of the original. I love how it's covered in studs too: it looks "right". The engine with old style Technic pistons is excellent and just the right Lego parts for a 1979 car. I think that I prefer the black bumpers too but they were brand new when I was a kid.
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  August 19, 2012
Quoting Starscream Soundwave Just thought I'd mention I saw a B today ;) Though it was a chrome bumper version :)
Yep, they do come out when the sun does. Including this one :-)
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  August 19, 2012
Just thought I'd mention I saw a B today ;) Though it was a chrome bumper version :)
Nick Barrett
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Chris Melby
  August 10, 2012
For what it's worth, you had my vote in the Mocie Awards Nick, this build is really good! Z
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  August 10, 2012
Quoting Chris Melby For what it's worth, you had my vote in the Mocie Awards Nick, this build is really good! Z
Thanks very much Chris! Appreciated :-)
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  August 7, 2012
Hey Nick, I read your score last night on my phone, and I couldn't believe how anyone could rate such a fabulous creation such as this so low. I think he gave you about 10/20 on technique? In my opinion this deserves the full 50/50, and the shaping is perfect, it is full of detail (I don't think there's any other detail to add) and there is no problem with the showing studs, whatever Halhi thinks. Sorry to bring the matter up, but I wanted to voice my opinion. fantastic build again!
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  August 7, 2012
Quoting Halhi 141 I'll address what you said on another entry about my scoring here: this got the second highest score in the contest from me! The low parts weren't because of the style, but because special techniques are a big part of the score, and this just could use a bit more to make it stand out. The scoring comments were deleted before I saw people's responses to my scores, to be honest. I deleted them because I wanted to change a few scores.
That all sounds fair enough. Thanks for the response.
  August 7, 2012
I'll address what you said on another entry about my scoring here: this got the second highest score in the contest from me! The low parts weren't because of the style, but because special techniques are a big part of the score, and this just could use a bit more to make it stand out. The scoring comments were deleted before I saw people's responses to my scores, to be honest. I deleted them because I wanted to change a few scores.
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  August 7, 2012
Summer cars 2012 contest scores Use of technique: 17/20 Exterior detail: 14/15 Interior detail: 14/15 Overall score: 45/50 Good luck! Harry G
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  July 12, 2012
Outstanding! I've never seen this car in Lego. The details are awesome, And I love the fact almost everything works. It would be nice if you put the Pull-Back brick on the rear axis. Then it would get Perfect! Ps.: Why don't you chack my "Ferrari Le Mans 197"? It's not as huge as yours or as functional as yours, but I think that you'll like it! Lot of people thar seen it liked it xD
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  July 6, 2012
So old-school.
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  June 10, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
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  June 3, 2012
Extremely stylish bodywork (especially around the headlights) - it looks just like the real thing! I like how the steering rack arms bend back inwards; I never thought of that! The wheel rims are awesome, the windscreen is exceptionally neat and the spring-loaded door mechanism is sheer genius!!! but the thing that really blew me away was the interior! The angles of the dash and the seat details are just brilliant. You have truly captured the essence of the MGB roadster!
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  May 28, 2012
Awesome !
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  May 20, 2012
Nice big, studded model! Great details too, especially the interior. I agree though that the front bumper looks a tad big.
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  May 19, 2012
Great job, my dad used to have on of those.
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  May 19, 2012
Epic build!
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  May 19, 2012
I love this build! However, here's a fact that I've not told MOCers on here before. When I was a kid of about 7 or 8, I lived in a house that was in the county seat of my small rural county in Tennessee and the land lady that owned the house had two MGTs there, though they were of the pre-1974 variety. It's a shame that the cars didn't get fixed...at least to my knowledge, anyway. Nice model, though.
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  May 19, 2012
Wow, Nick, for me that's your masterpiece! You added even more Technic functions and details and the shaping is awesome! Even as I prefer a design with less studs I have to admire your shaping skills! :-)) My favourite details are the spring functions of the opening parts, your very special "leaf springs" and the use of the whole exhaust pipe for the HOG steering. Great job! :-))
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  May 19, 2012
Great build!
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  May 18, 2012
Brilliant! the shape and details are extremely well done. The door mechanism and suspension is really cool :-)
  May 17, 2012
My Husband recently inherited a 1968 MGB Roadster it was a project that him and his dad started along time ago and never got it finished. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120321232656AAMK0KI
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  May 16, 2012
Just admiring your doors :D
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  May 16, 2012
Looks just like the real deal!
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  May 15, 2012
awesome build! but it's the wrong year :( 5/5 anyway
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  May 14, 2012
That is so cool! Fantastic work!
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  May 13, 2012
Oh Nick, this is another AMAZING model! I am always so intrigued by the working features and mechanical components you add in your vehicles, it blows me away, and this is no exception. Well done!
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  May 12, 2012
My dear Nick, I'm so glad to comment -at last- your creation. And what a build!!! The pic from above is stunning and shows well how you caught the shape of the original roadster. I love your work on the interior, bravo!! I'm also mpressed by your suspension, NPU!! Another great desk model, a pleasure to watch.
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  May 12, 2012
Brilliant build! She's a beauty :)
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  May 11, 2012
Truly exceptional. I especially like this MOC because its more of what I remember LEGOS to be like! Well done!
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  May 10, 2012
A beauty! The sculpting on the shape of the car is a good example of your great talent. Brilliant techniques and functionality.
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  May 10, 2012
So impressive what you can build with lego bricks and I like the studs so much!
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  May 10, 2012
So impressive what you can build with lego bricks and I like the studs so much!
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  May 10, 2012
Quoting Fred Ottens And the studlessmania has come to an end, finally ;-)
Hooray! Thanks Fred :-)
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  May 10, 2012
Absolutely amazing, as always ! The level of detail, inside and out; the technic mechanisms - the general accuracy and functionality you always manage to blend so well in your model is really something to look up to :)
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  May 10, 2012
Another fantastic build from you. The shaping is awesome (as usual, as one might say), the details and techniques stunning. My favorite is the rear suspension, really ingenious!
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  May 10, 2012
Only one word: spectacular !! Well, a few more. Great idea for the suspension, and the overall shape is almost perfect, one of the best cabrio's I've seen. And the studlessmania has come to an end, finally ;-)
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  May 9, 2012
Excellent Build! My only gripe is that the front and rear bumpers seem a bit exaggerated in size, but other than that, its perfect.
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  May 9, 2012
Wow, lovely details. I like how you give your cars a slope with just regular plates and bricks.
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  May 9, 2012
Awesome!
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  May 9, 2012
Quoting cyberfrank 2010 I love it! keep on pushing the enveloppe nick!!!
Thanks Frank. I always try to do something different with each large car.
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  May 9, 2012
great car nick! I really like the mgs, and you did a remarquable job on it too, instantly recognisable at first glance, I m impressed with all the details, especially the door mechanism, it seems you keep on pushing further, I love it! keep on pushing the enveloppe nick!!!
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  May 9, 2012
Awesome details! I like how you made the suspension. 5/5 :-)
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  May 9, 2012
Thanks for your comment on my DS3. I like it when a professional comments on my creations :D
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  May 9, 2012
This is Superb!!! You have all the features in it just plain AWESOME!!!! You make some of the best cars on here! 100/5
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  May 9, 2012
Killer B.
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  May 9, 2012
Extremely detailed beauty! This is your best MOC momently - in my opinion. Well done!
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  May 9, 2012
OMG, working door handles!? Great work Nick!
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  May 9, 2012
Great my freind has got one of these but in green :) looks just like it well done
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  May 9, 2012
Quoting Vibor Cavor I love that old school build. It's blocky but from the distance it looks very real indeed.
Thanks Vibor. That's exactly what I was aiming at.
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  May 9, 2012
Quoting Rolands Kirpis Will you stop being so awesome!?!?!?! :)
Haha! No. Thanks Rolands :-)
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  May 9, 2012
A British classic!
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  May 9, 2012
Well let's see. I am not too fancy about what you did with the car under it. It looks a bit... messy with that clumsy back suspension... but as for the rest... Oh my! This is magnificent! One other thing goes in your favor and that's the style you keep using! Instantly recognizable that it's you who built it! I love that old school build. It's blocky but from the distance it looks very real indeed. 2 years ago when I went to the LEGO museum in Denmark I saw this huge blocky car built I don't know... in the late seventies or something and it was great. I kept staring at it the whole time but this... This thing should've been a model team set from the early 80's. Well done!
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  May 9, 2012
Technic building with a good bodywork, a great job. Love the door system
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  May 9, 2012
WOW! Awesome work!
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  May 9, 2012
Will you stop being so awesome!?!?!?! :)
Nick Barrett
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kenneth rattledge
  May 8, 2012
instantly recognisable, a excellent large scale model of this classic sports car, well done.
Nick Barrett
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Chris Melby
  May 8, 2012
Nick, outstanding replica of a difficult car to build in bricks. fantastic details, and awesome scale make this thing off the hook! Chris
Nick Barrett
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White Knight
  May 8, 2012
A firm favourite with what even looks like the twin SU carburettors, lovely, I cant remember what engine they used to have ?! The Midget had the A series I think....Anyway, a lovely replica of the MGB, right down to the interior upholstery, and the engine bay is just super, very nicely done !>....well done
Nick Barrett
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Mitchell Andre
  May 8, 2012
You have achieved a lot of great angles! Instantly recognizable!
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  May 8, 2012
A lot of great detail here! Its a great build!
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  May 8, 2012
Brilliantly done Mr. Barrett- shaping, features and everything else.
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  May 8, 2012
Wow, Mr. Technic! This is awesome! I especially like the smoothness of both the front and rear. -LB Jr.
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  May 8, 2012
This is excellent! Tremendous detail and functionality.
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  May 8, 2012
Your study creations are great, and this one is no exception! It´s awesome! I especially like the square cylinders, the studlless seats with study parts, the overall look and lines of the car and the simple door mechanism, that I´m still figuring how it works! :D lolo
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Scott Allen I owned this car, until the engine caught fire and had to be pushed by the fire truck about a 1/2 block. Lol a faithful model as ive ever seen. Fantastic build. ~cheers
Thanks. Shame about yours, they're great when they're not on fire.
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  May 8, 2012
Ya gotta love studs!
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  May 8, 2012
I owned this car, until the engine caught fire and had to be pushed by the fire truck about a 1/2 block. Lol a faithful model as ive ever seen. Fantastic build. ~cheers
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  May 8, 2012
I thought your 356 was fantastic and my mind has been well and truly blown with this build. As those awful kids on Chris Evans say, a gazillion times infinity out of 10.
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  May 8, 2012
Right proper car. The studded exterior combined with the older technic tires make this look great. Lots of cool features too. I really like you suspension, and the door mechanism. simple but effective. Looks fun to drive.
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  May 8, 2012
Super spiffy in so many ways! I love the double leaf springs, very clever. The front leaves a lot to be desired(the real car, not your Lego one), but at least it's accurate. The back and sides look nice, and that windshield! Genuinely proper stuff.
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  May 8, 2012
Oh! Excellent. Fits right in with your other cars. Still... There´s much more slopes, wedges and SNOT than is normally seen from you. Soon you will have to get rid of the studs too... ;-) The overall form of the car seems extremely exact, and the scultping around the headlights is very professional.
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  May 8, 2012
Amazing! I did not see how many pieces you used until I looked closely on the home page. I have to say, I am very impressed! The detail is amazing, and you got it very close to the real car. You have tons, and tons, and TONS of red bricks. Very clever way of using them! PERFECTO!
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  May 8, 2012
1 on 1 scale mr. Barrett! Great work!
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting DeTomaso Pantera Swap ya for my '72 lol
Haha! Thanks Tom. If that's your blue one I'm tempted :-)
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Steffen Rau The shape is really wonderful! And, of course, full of functionality. I think this is one of your best! And - you've been blogged: http://thelegocarblog.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/a-70s-topless-model/
Thanks for the heads-up Steffen. That's great!
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting geoffrey boulton very good detail .well thought out love the size it looks very heavy how long is it
It's heavy all right :-) And 66 studs long.
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Joost Cumps About twenty years ago, I often helped my neighbour restoring his 1964 model. I was always in love with the cars' looks (and even more the MGB GT). I must say, those 'american' shocks on the latter MGB, i never liked that much. But your build make them simply stunning! You are a lucky man, with both of your MGB...
Thanks Joost. GTs are lovely, aren't they ?
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  May 8, 2012
Super stuff Nick!
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  May 8, 2012
This is a wonderful classic car. You captured the design very well. Great work :)
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  May 8, 2012
This is AWESOME!!! It is impeccable.
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  May 8, 2012
Oh Nick! This is fantastic! Up there with your best I think. I was never a fan of those big plastic bumpers but like you I grew to like them. This looks like the real thing, I must start my studded project some time soon, the way you managed to get those curves is incredible and the studs really help with that. I must resist trying to make my cars as smooth as posible. Maybe one day I'll be extreme and create a car without a tile in sight lol I'm in love with this model! Swap ya for my '72 lol
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  May 8, 2012
This is terrific, I really like the Studded look and the realism you were able to get.
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  May 8, 2012
The shape is really wonderful! And, of course, full of functionality. I think this is one of your best! And - you've been blogged: http://thelegocarblog.wordpress.com/2012/05/08/a-70s-topless-model/
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  May 8, 2012
very good detail .well thought out love the size it looks very heavy how long is it
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  May 8, 2012
About twenty years ago, I often helped my neighbour restoring his 1964 model. I was always in love with the cars' looks (and even more the MGB GT). I must say, those 'american' shocks on the latter MGB, i never liked that much. But your build make them simply stunning! You are a lucky man, with both of your MGB...
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  May 8, 2012
I agree with El Barto, all the internal detail are what I'm most impressed with, like the exhaust system, the engine etc.
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  May 8, 2012
Some killer technical details in this, Dude! Looks great!
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Ape Fight Your best car yet - and therefore maybe the best car on all of MOCpages! I really do mean that too! Epic Technic functions as always, gorgeous full-stud bodywork, and some truly brilliant details and techniques (the window surround and seat piping being my favourites). A wonderful wonderful MOC that deserves a huuuge amount of recognition. 10/10. Perfect
Wow. And I just thought it was quite nice... Thanks Ape, it means a lot coming from you.
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  May 8, 2012
Your best car yet - and therefore maybe the best car on all of MOCpages! I really do mean that too! Epic Technic functions as always, gorgeous full-stud bodywork, and some truly brilliant details and techniques (the window surround and seat piping being my favourites). A wonderful wonderful MOC that deserves a huuuge amount of recognition. 10/10. Perfect
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  May 8, 2012
When it starts raining during the traffic jam...the tan is history :) Great detailing!
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  May 8, 2012
Beautiful!!!
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  May 8, 2012
CLASSIC! :)
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  May 8, 2012
Hi Nick!Good to see some snot models from you again!This is truly brilliant model.I absolutely love every part of it.Well built as always!:)
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Martin Geißel Great work. I think You should build a showroom for all Your cars.
What a fantastic idea. :-)
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  May 8, 2012
Great work. I think You should build a showroom for all Your cars.
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  May 8, 2012
You nailed the shape of the car, if you ask me. The suspension and engine are really great.
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting White Knight A firm favourite with what even looks like the twin SU carburettors, lovely, I cant remember what engine they used to have ?! The Midget had the A series I think....Anyway, a lovely replica of the MGB, right down to the interior upholstery, and the engine bay is just super, very nicely done !>....well done
Well spotted! They are twin SUs. On a BMC B-series engine, as found in Morris Oxfords and such.
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting Tom Simon If there was ever a venue to include a maxifig version of yourself and one of your curvy friends (let's say, your wife), this is it!
Thanks Tom. Maxifigs would be a little lost in this.... my friend MortalSwordsman makes great large figures and they'd be about the right size... :-)
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  May 8, 2012
Quoting MortalSwordsman . Absolutely fantastic Nick. The body shape is perfect in all it's studded beauty and the technical features are excellent as usual. Great leaf spring design - different from anything I have seen before. Love those seats.
Thanks Joe. I'm sure I've seen leaf springs done with single flexis on smaller cars, but combining them was my idea.
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  May 8, 2012
Studly! ;) Cool MOC, I really like all the complicated technic stuff. Great work!
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  May 8, 2012
Lovely job Nick, with all the styling details and that clever suspension. I rather fancy the black bumpers. Chrome might have been too much flashyness. The black bumpers suggest a bit of seriousness for balance. If there was ever a venue to include a maxifig version of yourself and one of your curvy friends (let's say, your wife), this is it!
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  May 8, 2012
Absolutely fantastic Nick. The body shape is perfect in all it's studded beauty and the technical features are excellent as usual. Great leaf spring design - different from anything I have seen before. Love those seats.
 
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