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Still More Cars . . Still more cars. Just a few variations over previously posted cars, and an impossible truck design i have considered since my late teens. First, a tan and dark red version of my Buga.. I mean, Bagutti: So now there's three different versions of it. I'm considering building a fourth, in black and red. Next, a black sports car: A black-black-black version of my dark blue/white sports car. OH FU... CRYING OUT LOUD!!! I just noticed i forgot to order a black 1x4 bow to complete the interior when i ordered parts for this.. Moving on, we have this impossible truck design: This design would never work in the real world! The weight of the front would make it scrape the asphalt every time the truck braked, and the engine would be too small to actually do any work - especially if it were to be placed further back to compensate for the length of the front. But it does look nice, almost like a race truck. And in the Lego world, who cares about things like physics? Actually, this comes in two variants as well: Maybe i should have named this post "Variations"? I also made a trailer for it: A flatbed. With the height of the cab steel plates or similar heavy loads with dense mass would probably work best with regards to aerodynamics. The engine probably wouldn't like it though. In that real world at least, with the physics and all.. The flatbed trailer alone: In line with the aerodynamic design of the cab, the sides of the trailer and the stand have been covered with panels to optimize air flow. Funny.. Would aerodynamics be important if gravity wasn't? I believe Nick Barrett touched on that subject in a post a while ago. Well, that's all i have for now. One more post might turn up soon, if the final results of what i am building turns out well enough for me to post it. After that though, it might be a while before i post something new. With school starting up again soon i will have much less time and an even more limited budget for Legos :-/ Thanks for watching!

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