An 11 stud wide remote controlled Technic replica of Mr Bean's famous Mini Cooper. Car body houses PF elements including the standard AA battery box, IR sensor, and 2 M motors for driving and steering. Includes return-to-centre steering mechanism (not shown). I hope it's cute enough... enjoy!
About this creation
How small is 11 stud wide?? Answer: Very small!
Battery box serves as the main reinforcing element for the car structure.
Hood, boot, and 2 doors can be opened.
The famous scene of Mr Bean driving the Mini while sitting on the roof.
My replica of the famous scene!
All PF elements squeezed into the tiny car body! It was quite a challenge to balance both aesthetics and functionality.
The core PF components: 2 M motors, 1 IR sensor, 1 battery box.
Driver's seat doubles as an on/off switch for the battery box.
Next to the 13 stud wide big brother Honda Civic Hatchback. Here's the link if you're interested in the Honda Civic: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/325597
The blueprint almost exactly the same size as the car! Very convenient, I didn't have to do any scaling at all.
I really love what you have done here. You put all those PF gear into a small but still good-looking Technic MOC which is a very hard thing to do. Nice use of the battery box. The fig on the roof is epic. Great job!
I love me some Bean! The mini Cooper is one of my all-time favorite cars, from your style here to the new ones. Everyone makes fun of me because I want one of these cars...bad! They laugh cuz I'm 6'3" 220lbs. But I don't care, when beefed up, the mini is one fast car that can corner better than most. Love your build. ~cheers