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Jeep with opening windows
Because I have never seen a LEGO car with working windows.
About this creation
The car on MOCpages are getting more realistic by the day, so I thought by myself; I will build a car with working windows.



I didn't want to upload picture's of only the system for the powered windows.
Yep, that's right! The front windows are raised and lowered by an M-motor; 1 for the driver side and 1 for the passenger side.




First of all, lets get things straight: The system I used is very simple, so if you use it in one your future MOC's, I would appreciate it if you mentioned my name (Brick Ster).




To find out more, take a look a the pic's.


Just want to say that it took me more than 12 hours to construct, build and color the car.


The window system just took me an 1 - 2 hours to build


Notice the windscreen wipers.


The left hand side of the car.


The rear side; it has an opening trunk (see later), a windscreen wiper and a spot for the licence plate.




The right hand side of the car.


Here you can see the windows are open. I admit they don't open alot but they do open, and that is my point.




The doors open. You can see that the doors are 3-wide and that the windows aren't closed.


Front view with all the doors open.


You can see the system is pretty simple; I use gears to raise and lower the windows.


The system for the back is to manually turn the top gear (no not the TV show!), there is a handle in front of it.


Here you can see the system for the front. You can see an M-motor touches the gear when the door is closed. A negative point is that you can only raise or lower the window when the door is closed.


Everything that opens open.


Side view of the car with everything open; kinda funny looking if you ask me.


The engine block; the blue striping rocks in my opinion.




The car has steering. When I have more time I will make it full RC-powered.


The mighty interior!


The cockpit. Ready? Take off!


The backseat and the trunk. I did my best to hide the wheels.




Top view.


Ready for the road! shot



The system isn't perfect, but it has potential (that what I think). Feel free ask me more.




Feel also free to rate and comment. Thanks for watching and reading.



Comments

 I made it 
  October 31, 2012
Quoting Polomoche Mann Sweet looking Jeep! 12 Hours is a short time to build something like this on LDD, it would take me 12 years!!! I hope you build this machine for real :-)
I hope I can buildt it someday for real - just like all my other creations. Thanks, I already had the idea in my head so it was just a matter of putting the pieces together in LDD :P
 I like it 
  October 16, 2012
Sweet looking Jeep! 12 Hours is a short time to build something like this on LDD, it would take me 12 years!!! I hope you build this machine for real :-)
 I made it 
  July 11, 2012
Thanks!
 I like it 
  July 10, 2012
ravishingly beautiful!
 I like it 
  July 10, 2012
Impressive stuff. I haven't seen this done before. Very nice Jeep too.
 I made it 
  July 10, 2012
I will not be able to go on mocpages for a few weeks, but in case you guys would leave any comments: Thank you very much. Sorry for the mistakes I wrote on the page (language faults).
 
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