This is the finished product of my Volkswagen Golf project.I recently asked your opinion what should i do with this project.Everybody said that i should continue,so i did.I got huge amount of inspiration for that car from popular british band Pet shop Boys and their song "It's a Sin".This is currently my favourite song.Now back to the car.
This car has lots of details and functions.It took me a week to comlete this car.Now i'm satisfied with the look of this car.It's in scale 1:10.I totally like this model.I hope you feel the same.I hope you like it!
About this creation
Side view.You might spot the lime green stripe on both sides.That's very unique colour in my car park so far.
Rear end.I like it!:D
Everithing open.In this picture,every hatch,door,etc.is open.
Engine.This is the model of 1983 Volkswagen Golf's 1.6L 54 PS (40 kW; 53 hp) I4 diesel engine.
Openable boot.Unfortunatly i couldn't make it fully openable.I solved the problem by building it like MortalSwordsman with his Mk I Golf.
Sunroof open.You might spot the mirror and sun visors.
Dash and interior bits from driver's side.
Green seats with white stripe and black armrests.It's hard to see,but back seat is in same colours.
Sun visors can be pulled forwards and backwards.
Dash and interior from passenger side.There's a openable glove compartment.
Glove compartment closed.
Picture,which is taken from backseat.
Fuel fillercap open.
Licenseplate back which is sloped slightly inwards.
Rear end once again.Here is the proof that pillars are sloped inwards:-)
That's the technique how i sloped the rear pillars using the "Pants" part.
Beer 6 pack and Golf equipment in the boot.
Beer and Golf clubs taken out.There's a little black golf ball aswell."If it's a golf,then let's play golf":Sentence from my brain :-)
Spruce odor hanging in to bring sweet smell to my golf :)
Goodbye picture!Have a delightful day!
Brilliant is the right word. It's perfect. I love the many, many details you've added (sunroof, fuel cap, window wipers, "Wunderbaum", ...). But I have to say, I'd like to see the license plate going up when the boot is open. The look was right for the Mk I but not for the Mk II. Come on, Patrick, I know you can do it! ;-)). I love it, anyway - Great job! ;-))
Excellent. The shape is very good especially the bumbers and both sets of lights. The rear light clusters and how they integrate into the opening hatch is especially good. Great work on the C pillars. Looks like it needs a car wash ;)
Quite nice. You´ve nailed some of teh shapes erally well, especially the front. But I must say, that this is some heavily battered Lego. Especially the fuel-cap-door looks like it was salvaged from a scrap-yard...