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Batman's The Tumbler (Update) . Functional minifig-scale Batmobile Tumbler with full suspension, opening hatch and movable flaps. Fits 2 figs. . - Update, 28 May: Extended wheelbase (1 stud), the flaps are movable now. Check out the videos of the working suspension and the movable flaps on Flickr "Got to get me one of those!" That was what I thought when I saw Zeto's ‹bertumbler some months ago. But I didn't have the building abilities at that time. Now I thought I should give it a try since the Tumbler is one of the coolest movie vehicles around. Concept: - It should fit 2 figs (Batman and Rachel). - It should have the typical front wheel suspension. - It should be functional and playable since the Tumbler is an action vehicle. - It should have no or only a few visible studs since the smooth surface is a typical aspect of the vehicle. - It should consist rather of panels than of bricks. Features: - openable hatch - rear suspension (live axle with spring) - independent suspension of the front wheels (unsprung) - steering (no real function, for presentation purposes only, some parts must be added) - interior (with batarang holder!) - movable flaps Credits and References - Zeto Vince (www.flickr.com/photos/25678535@N06/6279738782, overall design, idea of tilting the backbone to get the typical angle, modular design) - _Tiler (www.flickr.com/photos/55943031@N02/6911347894, overall design, some details) - Brent Waller (www.flickr.com/photos/wetwired/3230014677, overall design) - Pellaeon (www.flickr.com/photos/pellaeon/4886926318, some details, I changed the rear wheels when I saw his Tumbler ;-) Many thanks to my dear friend Philipp (Brucewaynelego-Toyshansolo, www.flickr.com/photos/brucewaynelego/) who helped me out with some very important parts. Thanks for looking.


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