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Large Scale V8 Muscle Car . A big V8 muscle car from the 1970's. Features a Technic V8 engine and differential. Opening doors, hood, and trunk. Plenty of details, even manual window handles :) . A big muscle car I designed on my own. Started on Oct. 1st and finished it on the 11th. Kinda looks like a charger, barracuda, and a duster combined into one lol. Chrome exhaust tips Notice the sloped (bumper). Took me a while to get it like I wanted it. Big trunk for LEGOs :D Sides are curved using plates. Wanted to tile the sides, but didn't have enough tiles. Black vinyl top. I was worrying on how to make a realistic roof, but worked out well :) Preview of the interior. Front Hidden headlights Hood gets in the way of the covers though :/ I like the fog lights. Hood vents for the engine. Top. Black and red looks awesome, plus it is the most of one color parts I have :P Yeahhhhh! That big V8 :) Even put the master cylinder for the brakes. Interior. So many gauges :P Seats recline too. Big shift knob and that is supposed to be one of those old radios where you have the needle that went back and fourth for the stations. Use your imagination. :) Manual windows. Drivers view Bottom. Didn't add an exhaust system. Couldn't find where I put my ribbed hoses at. Oil pan Differential. Trunk holds a lot of crates. More pictures :) Vignette style picture fits the car well. Retro. B&W sketchy Forgot to add some pictures of the side panels off. You can see the few areas that actually hold the car together, but it is really strong. Radiator Stock engine is out. The bellhousing with the clutch plate :) Ol 4 speed is out. Already have the new tires installed on the supercharged version im making. :D Saved some WIP pictures. I rarely take pics of a WIP. Im glad I didnt stick with the side panels that high. It would of looked like a 4x4 muscle car :p About 50% complete. Thanks for viewing. Please rate and comment :) It was a fun build.


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