Saturday, January 25, 2014

Sheepo's Mustang GT500 building instructions available

Earlier this month, Sheepo (Fernando Benavides) made available the building instructions for his Ford Mustang Shelby GT500.

These were prepared by Sheepo himself and Jurgen Krooshoop, and this time they came in two versions.

  • RC Version: With sequential gearbox
    4032 parts / 611 pages / 152MB

  • Manual Version: With 5+R manual gearbox plus handbrake
    3592 parts / 543 pages / 132MB



Before you buy the building instructions, you can download a couple of files made available by Sheepo, and take a look on the parts required to build this huge model.
These files include the part list in .bsx format (Brickstore), XML format (BrickLink) and 3 pages with visual format.

Download them here:

Some samples to see the quality you'll be getting.
Ive seen the full set and these really look like official instructions. Also easy to follow!


You can buy the full building instructions from Sheepo for 20€ and 15€, respectively for the RC and Manual versions.
In order to make your purchase, you should follow this link to get into Sheepo's website.


Finally the video from this Technic Mustang as prepared by Sheepo.



Enjoy the build enterprise!

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