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Porsche 911 (964)
Instructions for a Porsche 964
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I first uploaded this Porsche 911 in 2016. Ever since, I only gave it some minor updates on the outside. However, on the inside the car has completely changed. It uses less parts now and is a bit more sturdy than the original. I'm only uploading it here again to share the instructions for it though.



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  July 15, 2019
Oh WOW! No studs and the seams look like they belong where they are. It took me a moment to realize those were made out of Lego Bricks. I was confused.
 I made it 
  May 14, 2019
Hi Mark, that sounds like a great foundation! I'll be contacting you straight away.
Quoting Mark Geljon Hi Pieter, Really cool MOC you shared! In fact it is SO cool that I would like to use it for supporting the non profit foundation 'Vrienden van de Loods' that is offering psychiatric daycare for men of all ages, based on working together on Porsches. See https://www.vriendenvandeloods.nl/ Could you send me an e-mail at contact [at] vriendenvandeloods.nl so we can discuss our ideas and make sure that you as the creator of this model are comfortable with our intentions? Best regards, Mark
 I like it 
  May 14, 2019
Hi Pieter, Really cool MOC you shared! In fact it is SO cool that I would like to use it for supporting the non profit foundation 'Vrienden van de Loods' that is offering psychiatric daycare for men of all ages, based on working together on Porsches. See https://www.vriendenvandeloods.nl/ Could you send me an e-mail at contact [at] vriendenvandeloods.nl so we can discuss our ideas and make sure that you as the creator of this model are comfortable with our intentions? Best regards, Mark
 I like it 
  May 12, 2019
Those little Porsches look very clean and the shaping is perfect - 5 stars!
 I made it 
  May 10, 2019
Quoting Luuk S Great work! After watching, I have two questions though. I wonder why you use round 1x1 plates instead of square ones and why you use a 1x4 tile with two studs instead of a normal 1x4 plate. Some bits of the video seem to be missing. I managed to reproduce it though.
Hi Luuk, Thanks for your comment! First of all, you´re right that there´s one step missing in the build process! I´ll edit the video again and reupload it. Thanks a lot for pointing this out. Using the round plates is just a way to fill up space with bricks that I wouldn´t otherwise use. Generally speaking, square plates are more useful to me than the round ones, so I tend to save my square ones for other purposes. The 1x4 tile with studs is actually required though. The curved slope that goes over it, is under an angle. If you would use a normal plate there, this slope wouldn´t go all the way down on the front end of the car.
 I like it 
  May 10, 2019
Great work! After watching, I have two questions though. I wonder why you use round 1x1 plates instead of square ones and why you use a 1x4 tile with two studs instead of a normal 1x4 plate. Some bits of the video seem to be missing. I managed to reproduce it though.
 I made it 
  May 7, 2019
Thanks for all the kind words guys!
 I like it 
  May 6, 2019
this is some serious stuff ! thanks, enjoyed this a lot :)
 I like it 
  May 6, 2019
Just like the real thing. Another great work, Petey!
 I like it 
  May 5, 2019
Great video!
 I like it 
  May 5, 2019
They look so great in every colour :) But the dark blue one is my fav of the three. Great work and thanks for sharing. Sadly it's too wide for using it in my city.
 
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