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1962 SCM National
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Introducing the SCM National- Luxury unprecedented in a car this size.
About this creation













Engine? No, this beauty is powered by greebles.



The National is also available as a convertible.

Posh interior, blah blah blah

Handsome exterior, blah blah...

To anyone thinking that this isn't a real car, well, you would be right. And there's no company such as SC Motors and the year 1962 never actually happened. Well, not really. I built this with two goals in mind: four doors and four minifigs. The opening hood and turning wheels came as a bonus. I've decided I heartily dislike 7 wide, which is a shame because it fits minifigs so well.
I've had this lying around for about a month waiting for the camera to fix itself so that I could take pictures of it. Unfortunately, the camera stayed dead. I bought a new one, so now I get to quote Senator Chinchilla: "Now with new camera action!" Now on to the MocAthalon! Good luck and God bless!



Comments

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  February 28, 2013
Your description put the 6000SUX out of Robocop in my mind, for no apparent reason!
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  February 28, 2013
For an old car I guess it`s pretty cool.
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  February 28, 2013
Great job, really well proportioned and nice functionality with the four opening doors!
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  February 27, 2013
Well built car, and the minifigs complement it nicely.
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  February 27, 2013
Amazingly well proportioned, especially as it fits four figs. Top car!
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  February 27, 2013
I like the door design, but my favorite is the Duke minifig from GIJoe.
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  February 27, 2013
Haha!This thing is pretty cool!I like how you managed to get the steering AND the greebles. :D Now,I'm going to ask a question I already know the answer to.Could I please have the instructions?
 
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