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75884-1: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback
Published 1 year ago
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Create a buildable LEGO® Speed Champions version of a classic car—the 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback. Ideal for display or racing, it features a minifigure cockpit, removable windshield, wheels with rubber tires and gold-colored rims, and authentic design details. This construction toy includes a minifigure and buildable ‘timing' board to play out race scenarios.

Includes a classic Ford racing driver minifigure.
The race-ready, buildable 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback vehicle features a minifigure cockpit with removable windshield, wheels with rubber tires and gold-colored rims, transparent light-style elements, racing colors, race-graphics stickers and authentic design details.
Remove the windshield to place the minifigure in the car.
Includes a buildable ‘timing' board with digital display and Ford logo stickers.
Also includes the Ford racing driver’s helmet.
This construction toy is suitable for ages 7-14.
1968 Ford Mustang Fastback measures over 1” (5cm) high, 5” (14cm) long and 2” (6cm) wide.
‘Timing’ board measures over 2” (6cm) high, 1” (4cm) wide and under 1” (1cm) deep.
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NGCHunter2
11 months ago
@Brickproject

Nice rendering/entry! thumbs up sign I really the different ground layers building up, as wel as the font fading behind the clouds.
NGCHunter2
11 months ago
*I really like [...]

*sigh*
Brickproject
11 months ago
@NGCHunter2 Thanks so much! I spent a lot of time to create this scene and I really appreciate your awesome feedback! Hope you will submit a render too winking face
ArmoredBricks
11 months ago
What an amazing render! Yours is my favorite entry so far!*

*As of this comment it is also the only entry
Brickproject
11 months ago
@ArmoredBricks Haha! face with tears of joy At this time of the contest, I am pretty sure to be the grand prize winner face with stuck-out tongue and winking eye trophy
Beowulf2478
11 months ago
This is so cool! I love your attention to tiny details, like the fingerprints on the bricks, as well as the scene being so interesting and awesome as a whole. Keep up the good work!
Brickproject
11 months ago
@Beowulf2478 Thank you so much!
Samino
10 months ago
@Brickproject Love the motion blur! Really nice render!
Also, I haven't heard anything about your LIFE film you were making. I thought I saw it would be released in April 2018. A little late I suppose?
Blender4bricks
10 months ago
Here is my entry i hope that you like it
Samino
10 months ago
That's a funny one Blender4bricks
Brickproject
10 months ago
@Samino Thanks so much! I tried to put some action on the scene by adding a radial blurr winking face So happy that you like it!
Unfortunately, I decided to stop the progression of the short film, because I realized how difficult it was to animate a long scene on blender. Thanks so much for your interest Samino. I would have liked to finish and publish the film but it was not as simple as I thought...
Samino
10 months ago
@Brickproject Maybe you could try using multiple .blend files? When you copy an object/armature, the copied item retains its animations in the new .blend file.
Brickproject
10 months ago
@Samino Yes I already did it but the problem wasn't the number of scene but more the difficulty of moving the parts of a minifg. I realised that I really need patience and time to animate a minifig, something that I don't really have for the moment.
Samino
10 months ago
@Brickproject Did you try rigging or using the Pose Library?
Brickproject
10 months ago
@Samino No I didn't test yet. Just checked it and it looks cool. Does it work for minifgs as well?
Samino
10 months ago
@Brickproject If it is the rigging, than yes. I can send you a PM with a minifigure with a "basic" rig if you are interested.
Brickproject
10 months ago
@Samino Oh yes that would cool!
Samino
10 months ago
@Brickproject I sent you the PM. winking face
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