Here's yet another tuner car I built. It is probably my favorite one so far. The reason I like it so much is because of all of the carbon fiber, which I represent as dark gray. In case you don't know, carbon fiber is a lightweight substitute to metal, commonly used on hoods (once I saw a Lamborghini made entirely out of carbon fiber). The "Highway Sprinter" feature twin tanks of nitrous, ground effects, carbon fiber hood, trunk, front grill, and exhaust headers, tinted windows, Yellow shock absorbers, and classic 17" tuner rims. Please review, and thanks for looking!
About this creation
Back angle. Notice the twin exhaust pipes.
Front angle. Notice the ground effects.
The 17 inchers...
Shot of the carbon fiber hood and grill.
Shot of the carbon fiber exhaust headers and trunk. Notice the twin nitrous tanks.
Quoting Gunner 13
Nice job! Can i join to west coast tuners?
No problem! The reason I didn't let you in before is because you didn't really have any cars at the time. But I just checked your page again and you built some great cars over the time. So you're in! Remember to post just tuners. Sorry about all of that.
Hey Dax thank you for the verry good review! I made the pauldron all by free hand I just looked at one of my action fig's pauldron and cut it out with scissors and as for the kama I also made it by just linning op the holes and cutting it out. Thanks again! Boba Fett
Hey, this is my favorite too! I noticed it before, but I didn't like it, but then I visited again and found out I absolutely loved it! This is very nice moc-ing, and I'm really glad you could make the windows lower... And you're the only one on this site I've seen so far that can fit a minifig in a very low-windowed car. The rims really fit the car - but the name? "Highway Sprinter"? Ig. How 'bout something brave and fast like, Prancing Horsy, or Road Swallower? Try changing it to something like that. Or, hey! "Carbon Horsy"! That's much, much better. But overall I think this is a very nice car - how about making some more tuners? You could have a go at some muscles... Or an exotic! (I've never been able to make a Lambo or anything like that with a minifig inside.) The stripes are nice details, and are they carbon fibre? One thing I have to tell you though, is: Great car; mate! Raphy Ps. No, I'm not Australian. ;)