Sunday, April 29, 2012

Vampire GT - The Race Warm-Up !!!

Crowkillers' Vampire GT is racing towards the 10.000 supporters!
Many Technic fans have always claimed for more LEGO Technic Supercars, Where are you now?...

650+ votes so far and counting! If you have not yet left your support, do it now by clicking the images above or below and help turn the myth into a reality!
Voting is free, and CUUSOO site login is also available through Facebook.
We all can help the Vampire GT to earn a LEGO production review and hopefully make it an official set!

Spread the CUUSOO word, among every LEGO Fan you know.
Go and cast you vote as well!

Tomorrow you will know what's next and how you can Win one free Vampire GT model. Stay tuned!

In the meantime you can read the official comments from LEGO CUUSOO team, produced after gathering the first 500 supporters.

Congratulations on achieving over 500 supporters! This is an exquisitely designed and executed original supercar that on its own merits deserves a place next to the LEGO Technic supercars we have produced to date. Your extra touches like the red chrome wheels, all-wheel drive, and gull wing doors make the model.

Best of luck on your journey to 10,000 supporters!


...or just take a look at the latest supercar designed by Paul, the Porsche 997 GT3.


shoover said...

I have personally built this model and I can attest that is worthy of becoming an official set. It really is an expertly constructed model and introduces some fantastic new ideas, especially the new gearbox. I also like the fact that there are not any gimmicky implemented power function features. I could only build the red version because of the lack of certain black pieces (***cough cough long black flexible parts***). I have a huge Lego System and Technic collection on display in my home and the Vampire Gt is currently my centerpiece model. I also ordered chrome wheels from chrome bricks out of Germany and they look great on the model. I really hope this model hits the magic number and gets the green light because I will most definitely purchase this model even though I already have my own.

Allanp said...

It's interesting to note that the 3or 4 products that have gone on to the review phase have all been models of pre-existing things. The vampire GT would stand out as being a completely original design. The red chrome really does look awesome.

Jansvan said...

This model deserves to be produced by Lego. It is just great all around and crowkiller has made many cars that get better and better. His models are marking up prices of parts on bricklink and creating demand, Lego has to know this.

DanielM said...

Paul builds some amazing cars, and I would love to see this reach the 10,000 supporter mark! I'm really looking forward to seeing his fantastic mocs at Brick Magic in a few weeks. Some great talent there!

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