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Naboo Carfighter . Now that we've got that horrible pun out of the way, let me talk to you about the car. But take into account that this is a silly build, so that's why the proportions are all out. . Built: 2011 Status: Dismantled I decided to make this car after I had looked at several 8 wides on MOCpages, and then I found the yellow curved pieces that are used as the windowsils. I finally found a use for them! The general Idea of the car was to make it look really happy, because all of my other cars either looked angry or neutral. After finding a couple of pieces from the Naboo Starfighter set, I then had the idea to make the have a Naboo Starfighter theme to it. Hense, the the paint job and the Star Wars stickers. Oh and that aerial. The "face". IT'S SO HAPPY! I like to imagine the indicators as the car's rosey cheeks n_n Oh, and of course, being made by me, I had to give the car a decent stance. This is my smallest ever car with camber. Next time I might try camber on a 6 wide. Now, lets start pulling it apart shall we? If we take off the roof, we can see the interior, featuring various gauges and a steering wheel. My favourite part of the interior are the bucket seats. I found a use for those big red curved plates as well! The seats can fold back and forward. Next up, engine time! I had limited space, but I still managed to fit in a V6 with a decent amount of detail (IMO). So I bet you're wondering where R2-D2 comes into this. Well, let me put your minds to ease. He's been used as a subwoofer in the boot. A bit ghetto I know, but it's all just for shits 'n' giggles :) BAM! A wild convertible appears! The wild convertible uses drop top. It's super effective! Ahhh, yet more puns. I apologise. You can see how low it is in this photo. But my larger scale cars are still a tad lower n_n A goodbye shot with R2-D2 and a seat pulled out. I hope you all enjoyed my largest MOC for a little while. Konichiwa! :D


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