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Alternative build instructions 10290 Classic 911

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NO PHYSICAL BRICKS, ONLY DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT
With the purchase of this object you only purchase downloadable PDF instructions and Parts List

Click here to view and copy the parts list

12,50 

by NKubate

Product consists of digital instructions only!

All you need to build this Classic 911 is just 1 copy of the Creator Expert set 1029o Pickup Truck and these instructions. That’s all!

This iconic car is based on the first generation Porsche 911 from the mid sixties and early seventies and with 1190 pieces reuses over 70 % of the original set.

The model features a working steering wheel, an opening engine cover at the rear with a detailed engine under the hood, opening bonnet and doors, to access the detailed interior.  The car can easily be picked up and shown to others, with a strong chassis and solid structure.

Dimensions: 343 x 145 x 112 mm making it a perfect match with the official 10295 Porsche 911 (measuring approximately 350 x 160 x 100 mm respectively)

The step-by-step instructions are clear yet concise with around 120 pages and provide an enjoyable alternative experience.

Interested to read more about the development process? More pics and information at www.NKubate.com

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NKubate

My name is Nathanaël Kuipers, and I'm a former set designer for TLG, who still occasionally builds today.

NKubate is a combination of my initials NK and the word incubate which is often seen as a process in which new ideas hatch.
Furthermore NKubate can stand for a shorter version of:
Nate's Custom Builds, an Alternative Experience, because many of my builds are alternative models from official sets and I hear often that people really enjoy the experience of recreating them, sometimes making the comparison of building an official product.

Why do I mostly build alternates? Because I want to stimulate creativity and show that you don't need many pieces to build something cool. But on top of that, I also want to promote the concept of trying to reuse our resources as best as we can for a more sustainable future.
So I kindly encourage you to check out my work and find out for yourself.

Thanks for visiting!

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