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How to create KITT - Knight rider - Pontiac Trans Am - assembly and destruction
Not only I've created a Lego Technic 1982 Pontiac Trans Am, but also a building instructional video. This project was part of my study. Often I combine my own projects with study and work. Personally I think it makes work more exiting and gives my personal development a boost.
About this creation


The first part of video is about the assembly of the Lego Technic 1982 Pontiac Trans Am car. It starts with building a chassis from sub assemblies. I have designed a click system based on spring feathers, to simply clamp the sub assemblies together. Then I assemble the bodywork around the chassis. The second part of the video shows how the scale model gets destroyed in a crash sequence.





For my study, the assignment was to assemble a scale model from sub parts. I used Lego to create a car. First I thought about what model I would choose to build. After a brainstorm session I decided to build a 1982 Pontiac Trans Am model. The 1982 Pontiac Trans Am in the main vehicle in the 1980's Knight Rider series. After I picked my model I kept busy for a couple of weeks. I felt lucky about having just enough parts to make the bodywork come in black.



The whole model is as plain as I could build it. Lights, mirrors and certainly power functions, are not included. The lack of complex parts make it easier to rebuild the car after it crashes. Between the crash sequences it is just a matter of simply collect and click the whole thing together again and again.






Comments

 I like it 
  May 21, 2013
Nice idea with the assembly.
  April 26, 2013
Brilliant idea and very well executed. Awesome! 5 smilies!
 I like it 
  April 10, 2013
Yo Mad Sid, this is totally crazy awesome and deserves many more views and comments. The way the chassis and body fit together is absolutely brilliant and very clever. I have never seen anything like it before. Great video too.
 I like it 
  April 9, 2013
Amazing work! I love all those functions!
 I made it 
  April 9, 2013
Thnx dude. Well, he didn't hit the turbo boost. Wilco Rullens did. That's why the slow motion shockwaved the floor.
Quoting matt rowntree Impressive! Does it have turbo boost? While I'm on the subject, can you explain why whenever Michael hit the "turbo boost" button everything was suddenly in slow motion?!?!? =]
 I like it 
  April 8, 2013
Impressive! Does it have turbo boost? While I'm on the subject, can you explain why whenever Michael hit the "turbo boost" button everything was suddenly in slow motion?!?!? =]
 I made it 
  April 8, 2013
Quoting Senator Chinchilla . Very neat!
Thnx pal. I forgot to embed the video. Now I also embedded the video. In case you've seen it, I hope you enjoyed it. Otherwise you can watch the video on my page.
 I like it 
  April 7, 2013
Very neat!
 
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