Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Fear it!...

Something is about to come from the darkness...



Found these new photos at Crowkillers' website and Brickshelf folder...
Looking at some details, it seems it uses the latest chassis designed by him - "2012 All Wheel Drive Transmission". Which means awesome specs. 

Let's wait for more details. 


Edit:
Meanwhile a whole set of pictures has been published at Paul's website.



Feature list:
  • 5+R Gearbox (2.08, 1.60, 1.25, 1.00, 0.75 / 2.25).
  • Rear Drive or AWD, selectable from dashboard switch.
  • Full independent suspension.
  • In-car plus HoG steering.
  • Gullwing doors, driven by bevel gears on the rear of the car.
  • Openable hood and hatch doors.
Amazing specs for a car this size (presumably 1:10)


Last Update: 2011.Nov.23 23:55 CET

3 comments:

kennywest said...

maybe these contain more details: http://www.crowkillers.com/id41.html
:)

Conchas said...

Indeed, Paul have meanwhile also released new photos from the Vampire GT. :)

Blakbird said...

As Paul mentions in the write-up on his web site, the 19L black flex axles are no longer made. Not only that, they only came in one rare Cybermaster set. They are next to impossible to get at any price. Given how common 19L flex axles are in other colors (red and yellow) and how many black Technic models there are, it is amazing that these have never become available again. I have hope that they will.

On the other hand, I don't expect LEGO to ever release the axle pins in black again. Now that they have color coded all the pins, making them black would confuse children building models since they look so much like friction pins.

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