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Lamborghini Murcielago

LoxlegoLoxlego Barrie Ontario Canada Member Posts: 31
Since November of last year I have gotten back into Lego. After 15 years away, I had recieved a new motorized 9398 4X4 crawler and fell in love with Lego again.
There is something so simple and calming about sitting there trying out new designs, functions and models. I very quickly became interested in building
model Lego cars because they seemed to replicate the real thing in so many ways. Now my two boys absolutely love Lego and have been a fan of playing
with my cars around the house. (Of course occasionally crashing them into the wall look )

I may not spend a lot of time building my creations, but after a few days I just can't wait to tear down my last one and start fresh with a new one.
That being said, this forum has taught me to have patience to take the time to create the right design. And have also learnt that quite often
extra power functions compromise the beauty of the design. So I went a bit back to the basics with this RC and only have rear wheel drive and steering.
That will always allow for more room to create a better design. sweet

Anyway, enough about me, here is a Lamborghini Murcielago that took me 3 weeks to make. To all of the purest's out there, this is not a perfect replica
by any means. It has Gull-wing door, which Lamborghini's do not have. But I can assure you, this is a 100% Lego MOC. (Even the blue rubber band that
hold the doors open is from Lego)

Browse through the pics, check out the video and enjoy!



  • graphitegraphite USMember Posts: 3,270
    Very nice!
  • SumoLegoSumoLego New YorkMember Posts: 14,072

    Lamborghini MurcieLego

  • LoxlegoLoxlego Barrie Ontario Canada Member Posts: 31
    SumoLego said:

    Lamborghini MurcieLego

    Legoendary!! Lol
  • LoxlegoLoxlego Barrie Ontario Canada Member Posts: 31
    SO I finally figured out some Lambo doors to complete the build thumbup

    Check out the new photos below:

  • SarkySarky Vancouver, CanadaMember Posts: 23
    Very nice! Although, I always find building Technic cars a bit annoying as they have to be very large, usually have gaps, and almost always does not have a windscreen.
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