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1940 Nash Ambassador
Now with all the class and pizazz of post-war motoring! Or maybe mid-war... it's been awhile since European history.
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The front, with its prominent waterfall grilles and suchlike.















The side, where all the side stuff happens. Some say the side sits here all day, and loafs about at its own leisure. Others note that the side is a busy man, who doesn't have time for such arbitrary speculation. All we know is, its made of blue and much SNOT, quite complicated indeed. Took up all my blue cheese and those 1x2 bow/arch/curve things. The nerve.















At this point I'll let you know that the captions are in red white and blue, despite the fact that the white captions are invisible. Highlight them with your mouse or something. Carry on!















The mighty hood. That can't hold itself up, but nevermind that.















The Inline 8 engine, with twin sparkplugs on each cylinder.















The trunk, immensely roomy for storing all your post-war appliances.















RooOOOOOOoooOoooOoOOOOOOooom!!!! And magnets. Now with real magnet action. Sort of.















The doors, which open despite their awkward location behind the enormous fenders.















The interior! Classy! Action! Drama! Exclamation point!















Now with seating for 7/2 people.















Doesn't look bad as a convertible either.















Still convertible-ing it up. On Main street.















Back to having a roof. Small side note for technical stuff, there is rear suspension. It's independent trailing arms with some magnets on them. the front has steering, but no suspension. The chassis was thrown together in 30 minutes out of dark grey plates I didn't know I had, to surprisingly good affect.















78% of viewers didn't expect this photo. 85% didn't expect this caption. 100% can see.















Thanks for dropping by! (You have no idea how happy I am that this ended on blue. Seriously.)
















Comments

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  October 30, 2013
Great work!! 5/5
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  June 17, 2013
ravishingly beautiful!
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  April 26, 2013
this is amazing!!
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  April 18, 2013
It really looks well. I would, however make the mudguards a bit less blockish, more rounded but nevertheless a wonderful machine!
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  April 12, 2013
Wow! I really like it! Good work. I like that color blue.
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  April 12, 2013
Beautiful vintage car !!!
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  April 11, 2013
:O
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  April 11, 2013
i like
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  April 10, 2013
Wow, very cool and very curvy! Great job! :-))
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  April 9, 2013
Wonderfully curved and styled and a great representation of the orignal car. I like the stealth captions: I think that I might use this to include screct information in the page for my next spaceship.
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  April 8, 2013
The shaping on this is simply phenomenal, incredible work!
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  April 7, 2013
Very nicely done, great shaping!
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  April 7, 2013
Very nice stuff! Well done!
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  April 6, 2013
Back for another look at this beauty - it's turned up on The Lego Car Blog; congrats! http://thelegocarblog.wordpress.com/
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  April 6, 2013
beautiful work ! both (coupe/cabrio) are looking great!
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  April 6, 2013
The lines are soo sleek and cool! Creative with the captions:D I really had fun reading the 'invisible' letters. :P
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  April 5, 2013
Love them ol' Nashes. (Is that the plural form?) Cute little engine. Great curves. Classy ride altogether!
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  April 5, 2013
Great work sir! I applaud you and your brilliance! Although I'm sure Mormons wouldn't understand this because of the magnets.
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  April 5, 2013
Beautiful! The curves are spectacular and I love the front end! Fantastic work mate!
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  April 5, 2013
Brilliant - one of your very best. The curves are pure witchcraft!
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  April 5, 2013
Some really fantastic shaping on this fella.
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  April 5, 2013
Great! What a beautiful model :) I can't read the white captions though because I'm on my iPod :(
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  April 5, 2013
Brilliant!
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  April 5, 2013
Just amazing! Certainly it was difficult to give shape car, right?
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  April 5, 2013
Lovely! : ) the engine's great too! ; ) 100/5!!! : D
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  April 5, 2013
chinnchilla awesomeness at its best great moc
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  April 5, 2013
EPIC! i have an idea on how that suspension works, i'm gonna go test it :)
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  April 5, 2013
Wow! Beautiful!
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  April 5, 2013
Looks really nice! 5/5
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  April 5, 2013
What MOC?! I was too busy reading the invisible captions. -LB Jr.
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  April 5, 2013
Beautiful! I assume witchcraft and magic was used for the curves, as Lego bricks aren't meant to be used that way. 5 stars : )
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  April 5, 2013
Very elegant! My idea one of your best creations lately...
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  April 5, 2013
Yay! You ended one blue! =P On a more serious note, great job! Lovely shaping.
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  April 5, 2013
amazing car, the curves are perfect on this. 5/5
 
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