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  • 1 week ago fredleg Level 18
    Thank you a lot for this article, and thank you a lot for rebrickable! Now I can't do without it, definitively. I have a little suggestion: in addition to the "Most MOCs submitted" table, it would be interesting to get a table that highlights not only the number of MOCs but their size in number of pieces. For example by multiplying the number of MOCs by the number of pieces, so that a designer who proposed 100 MOCs of 100 pieces each would be at the same level as a designer who proposed 10 MOCs of 1000 pieces each. For a future post?
  • 2 weeks, 5 days ago fredleg Level 18
    Nothing like a 1/8 scale. Here is a visual comparison (more meaningful than measurements, for me) with the recent MOCs of Jeroen Ottens (PF tribute) and Dugald_Lego (Koenigsegg Regera).
  • 3 weeks ago fredleg Level 18
    The computer rendering is not very flattering: in fact, this MOC is beautiful. You can see the lines of the car appearing as you assemble it. Moreover it is very solid. The mechanisms (gearbox, steering, front headlights lift) work very well, even if changing gear can sometimes be tricky. NB : 4 (or even 6) of the expensive red toggle joints can be replaced by black ones. My photos have just appeared...
  • 3 weeks, 3 days ago fredleg Level 18
    When I built Il Toro Azzurro, I was very impressed by the quality of the mechanisms and the design (I had posted a comment like: "One of the most interesting MOC I have ever built"). I'll start again here: for me, this PF tribute is a masterpiece. I am deeply admired by the complexity and ingenuity of the roof mechanism. MOCs of this type largely compensate a certain lack of high-end LEGO sets (at least at the moment). Of course, there are some flaws, for example a certain fragility of the rear wings. The adjustment of the roof mechanism is not easy either. But when you're facing the finished model, it's simply a great moment - and I take advantage of it by taking as many photos as possible. As I often do, I built with the Chiron's wheels and not the 911 ones: it's probably less close to reality, but I like it when the colors of the wheels and the bodywork match. Photos just uploaded!