Thursday, January 19, 2012

Supercar Deluxe 2 building instructions are now available!



Paul Boratko (Crowkillers) has been working hard in collaboration with Jurgen Krooshoop and Eric Albretch (Blakbird), to produce digital building instructions for his Supercar Deluxe 2.



It has been a long wait, but the instructions are finally ready and you can buy them at Paul's website or through eBay, for the small amount of 10 bucks.
For a 163 pages building instructions, I'd say it is well worth the money! Also you can download from the same place, the BrickStore XML file with the corresponding partlist, that helps you finding the required parts to build this model, on BrickLink.



Supercar Deluxe 2 features:
  • All Wheel Drive with front mounted V10 engine
  • Over 1,600 pieces
  • All new 4 speed transmission design
  • 4 Wheel Independent Suspension
  • Opening Hood
  • Doors that Open by rolling a bevel gear in the back
  • Spoiler Raises and lowers by rolling a bevel gear between the seats
  • Hand of God steering that also works with dashboard steering

But get ready... something tell us that Paul's Vampire GT2 building instructions, are also being cooked.

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