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3CorsaMeal
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Keeping an eye on this... Looks massive... I love LEGO but the Mrs' won't let me have my own set..


its is massive once built, weighs a shit loads too

quite a few videos of them on youtube
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AbwCXoc5VXM&feature=related

good video of it being built, great song too
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Pisses all over the plastic shit Steve builds, epic
How much is the 8275?
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is one on ebay ending in an 1hr or so, up to £102 at the moment.

i paid £130 for mine, a new one is near £200.

When lego sold them, they weren't even £100, £80 ish new
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Have you been to IKEA for a cabinet yet?
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i'm really tempted to buy the 8258 crane truck. it looks awesome!
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What other models could you make? Or do they only give the one set of instructions these days?
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you can download a b model for each kit. really hard to invent my own


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+100000 e-points for those pics mate.


wait until i post the engine pics


Remember to strive ot make them look as professional as possible, maybe even use HDR
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i may try and add some photoshop effects then
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Are you going to weather it mate
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no, not the bulldozer, but i might try and push my 1:18 scale corrado around with it
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I might buy it off you once it's al built up.

Seriously though I wouldnt have the patience to do that.
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bit more done: V6 engine (like the best engines)

engine components laid out


assembled the crank with pistons and rods


pistons installed into block



some gearing added to engine, am hoping for about 330bhp


engine fitted, didn't use a crane, just lifted in by hand


a few pics of more lego being added



two more electric motors fitted, these control the arms for scoop thing and rake thing

[Edited on 31-01-2011 by 3CorsaMeal]

[Edited on 31-01-2011 by 3CorsaMeal]
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Fucking hell, not seen a blue sky remote in years
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Can't believe the engine has piston and rods I'd love to build that
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i love the lego engines, id like a full size one to make a table out of


http://www.lemass.co.uk/ for all your automotive/bodyshop needs
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I built a V12 for my nephew when I was home. Awesome playing with my old Lego again.
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finished it off now

IR sensors installed and wired up.



battery pack fitted


a photo


front radiator grill fitted


lego seat made


fitted the seat


this is exciting, all these pieces make the tracks


little bit of tracks done


all the tracks done


the tracks were fitted


yeah!


these bits are what make the bits on the front scoop



repeat until you reach the number 2, then stop


fit that shit yo!



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then i made the front plough






plough fitted


then the rear rake(?) is made


and connected up


this shows the size, next to a 1:18 scale 90's VW



will have a proper photoshoot with photoshop and stuff another day
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Great photos, you're going to need a BFO display cabinet for that baby.

Looks good mate, what parts move?
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That actually looks wicked
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We need videos!
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