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Volvo V50, 2006 . This is the project I've been working on for last four months. This car.. I mean - the real one belonged to one of my colleagues. The color of his Volvo was dark grey so I think that dark bluish grey will fit the real deal well enough. Unfortunately he didn't tell me what was the interior color, so I gave it a light bluish grey treatment. . It's soon will be three years since I'm here in the LEGO community and I've learned and observed so many different techniques and I've taken something from I think all of them that I should give a huge thank and a feedback to all to you. But among all I will point out three which I think you will recognize in this car the most: It's Firas Abu Jaber, Ryan Link and Malte Dorowski. Thank you. I think I've been influenced by you three the most. Now - let the car speek for itself. Let's start with some beautiful exterior pics. Lucky me, yesterday was perfect weather for taking photos, so this time the quality is quite good to my opinion too. Everything open - all four doors, trunk and hood. I like that this time I dodn't have to add some additional support for the trunk lid. It can actually hold it's own wight. Now.. what I'm really proud of is that in my model the rear doors can be opened without opening the front doors. And what's a cherry on top of that all is that you don't actually see the hinge. It doesn't even take away the rear passenger leg room space even when the doors are closed. Cool, isn't it? Engine detail. Not much to say here but I tried to add some tubing and wireing too. Rear seets fully functional. They can be folded down to gain more trunk space. Looks like it has a huge trunk space.. and of course the rear shelf can be removed in my model. All wright. Please tell me what you think and.. if you're specially interested in some wierd techniques I've used in this, don't hesitate to ask me as I'll try to keep this one alive. This was/is my so called New-2012-Year promise - I won't take apart my models anymore. At least, not in the next day after photographing them. See ya!


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