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Alfa Romeo Giulia Saloon
About this creation
My originally second, but now first, entry in this year's MOCpages Speed Champions build competition, the original Alfa Romeo Giulia is a very popular choice in the classic saloon car racing world. Here's my version, I added the rear wheel arch blisters to visually balance the wide Speed Champions front arches as nothing would have made the rear track too narrow and a Speed Champs arch at the back would not reflect reality at all. One sticker for the rear pillars, everything else is brick-built - as usual, better quality pictures on my Flickr account







I thought I'd share some of the build details:








Comments

 I like it 
  April 23, 2017
Fantastic work on this one. You've caught both the overall shape and details very nicely.
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  April 22, 2017
great job!:D
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  April 20, 2017
It really deserves thumbs up Jon, I also do prefer a classic car before a modern day supercar.
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  April 19, 2017
Quoting Henrik Jensen Not the most sexy Alfa Romeo, but you`ve actually done a great job, recreating this classic Italian!
Cheers Henrik, I never hide the fact that I have a very particular taste in cars. It's nice to do a balance of more popular and less obvious stuff. I love the Giulia saloon, thanks for seeing beyond its lack of sex-appeal and giving my little blue box the thumbs up!
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  April 19, 2017
Quoting Nils O. Excellent. I don't think it gets much better in this scale. Great job! :-))
Thank you Nils, coming from the guy who created that awesome TT is great feedback :-)
 I like it 
  April 19, 2017
Not the most sexy Alfa Romeo, but you`ve actually done a great job, recreating this classic Italian!
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  April 19, 2017
Excellent. I don't think it gets much better in this scale. Great job! :-))
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  April 18, 2017
Quoting Nick Barrett A helpfully square car that suits Lego well. It's the details that make this - great build!
Thanks Nick, you saw through my cunning plan!!
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  April 18, 2017
A helpfully square car that suits Lego well. It's the details that make this - great build!
 I made it 
  April 17, 2017
Sven, Emmanuel, Doug - thank you guys!
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  April 17, 2017
Quoting Marc "Edge" R.unde Sweet! The brick built rear fender looks very nice. It seems like Speed Champions was originally invented to recreate these older cars (without stickers). ~Cheers
Thanks Marc, I do think 60s to 80s cars suit Lego well, mostly simple, blocky shapes with certain features and proportions which define the car.
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  April 17, 2017
Quoting Fabrice Larcheveque Great design - I am an Alfa fan in real life and on Lego. Love the way you designed the typicalalfa front grille. Well done!
Thank you Fabrice, there are some build detail pictures on Flickr now, showing how the grille is done.
 I like it 
  April 16, 2017
Well done!
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  April 15, 2017
Sweet Alfa!
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  April 15, 2017
A very nice Lego model of the real one ;)
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  April 14, 2017
Sweet! The brick built rear fender looks very nice. It seems like Speed Champions was originally invented to recreate these older cars (without stickers). ~Cheers
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  April 14, 2017
Great design - I am an Alfa fan in real life and on Lego. Love the way you designed the typicalalfa front grille. Well done!
 
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