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Lego® Custom Instructions Chevrolet Bel Air Speed Champions

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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 download the parts list

4,90 

The 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air is an American icon and one of the most popular car to ever come down an assembly line.
Although certainly not a great handling car, there is no denying this design is one of the most appealing in history.

Total number of pieces: 198

Estimated price of the new parts: ~ 17 € ( ~ 19 $)

The model features:
Has space for one minifig.

Model dimensions:
– length: 19 studs ( 15.2 cm / 6 in )
– width:  6 studs ( 4.8 cm / 1.9 in )

 

Purchasing Lego® Custom Instructions for this model you will get the following files:
– High-resolution, professionally designed PDF Instructions file with step-by-step, easy to follow building instructions
– ‘How to order Lego® parts on Bricklink’  detailed,easy to follow, step by step guide to the largest Lego® marketplace
– Detailed parts list in CSV (showing details without images)
– .IO file of the model
– Parts list in XML for Bricklink

NO PHYSICAL BRICKS, ONLY DOWNLOADABLE CONTENT!

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Rolling Bricks

Hi!

My name is Szabi and I'm an AFOL with a wide range of interest. I grew up in Budapest, Hungary but currently I live in Spain.
I like music, books, movies, video games, paintings, graphic designing and of course LEGO designing.
I mainly build cars, planes, architectures and decoration items in micro and middle scale.
My models' characteristics are the maximalist attention to details and
the right proportions in every scale. For the most accurate result I often use complex SNOT techniques.

I hope you like my MOCs, thanks for visiting!

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