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Plymouth hemi cuda 1970 . Here I am with my best moc. A 12-wide Plymouth hemi cuda. Well... if it was in real bricks, then it would be a lot better. And i let you show it in real bricks soon! The color of the car is then yellow. Because this car has red bricks that lego doesn't made yet. Some bricks of this car are only to buy in yellow or gray. :( Anyway, enjoy! :) . The Plymouth Barracuda. Also called: Plymouth 'cuda. And this is the one from 1970. With a 426 hemi. So that's why it's called a Plymouth hemi cuda. My favorite car of all time! And 1970 is the coolest year of the plymouth 'cuda. If you ask me! front side Some rear views Don't you love the lights! It's my favorite part of the car! Other side Top view Notice that the exhausts are built IN the bodywork. I know you think this: What are those antennas for on the side's? Well... It are the door locks. I only need the gray parts for these. Now the problem is: If I delete the transparant part, then the gray part deletes too. LDD see this as one part. That's the problem. The rear view mirror, Now we will watch what's under the hood! Well here it is! The big 426 hemi! Bam! Hood closed. The doors can't open because I build this with studs on side. So I removed the doors. So here it is! The interior. And notice the shape at the side! That's the reason why I built this with studs on side! I removed the roof too. So you can see the interior better. Thanks for looking! Don't forget to rate and comment!


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