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1 hour ago, mats27 said:

What about the Suzuki Baleno GC41W Wagon Kitcar (1997)?

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We all know your favourite Suzuki is the SX4 WRC, you even have a model of it 😉 

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34 minutes ago, jonny174 said:

We all know your favourite Suzuki is the SX4 WRC, you even have a model of it 😉 

Since the 2010's WRCs are still out of the question, let's build an envious 2000-2010 WRC collection. Is that model car detailed enough for you to scan it into the game 😉?

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3 hours ago, warpengage said:

A new generation model is definitely not a facelift. A facelift was what M-Sport did with its Fiesta WRC half-way through the 2014 season. New front end and barely anything mechanical. Different ball game with the new Fiesta R5, doesn't even sound the same.

I know, but when it comes to a game, much of the updated features aren’t going to come across, other than sound and the bodywork

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45 minutes ago, dgeesi0 said:

could have a estate class.

agreed

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3 hours ago, jonny174 said:

We all know your favourite Suzuki is the SX4 WRC, you even have a model of it 😉 

the ultimate weapon... @mats27

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25 minutes ago, RallyDriven said:

I know, but when it comes to a game, much of the updated features aren’t going to come across, other than sound and the bodywork

To be fair, due to class balancing for competitive racing, this is true for any car in the game, to a degree. The early 2000s cars aren't really supposed to keep up with the late 2000s cars, but they do. It's a BOP that has to be done due the class structure that makes appearance and sound the only obvious differences.

1 hour ago, dgeesi0 said:

could have a estate class.

The only class that lets you carry up to 4 spare tires. Make use of that extra room in the back.

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19 hours ago, tbtstt said:

Well I had a productive lunch break today... 

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I bought it on Tuesday and yesterday it was ready. It's very beautiful... 

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40 minutes ago, tjetfiat said:

I bought it on Tuesday and yesterday it was ready. It's very beautiful... 

Its definitely the best of the little Lego models I have seen. The rear wing is spot on! 

 

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Yes, it's the best from the little lego. I have and the Ford Fiesta. Lego, same dimensions.  

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5 minutes ago, tjetfiat said:

Yes, it's the best from the little lego. I have and the Ford Fiesta. Lego, same dimensions.  

I actually think it looks much better than the Fiesta, as it is much wider: the Fiesta is cool, but too skinny!

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Yes, Audi it's amazing and the best. Ford it is good but little thin. And the color isn't very... 

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1 hour ago, tbtstt said:

Its definitely the best of the little Lego models I have seen. The rear wing is spot on! 

 

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Well it's a bit easier when the actual car is an 80's brick.

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14 minutes ago, JZStudios said:

Well it's a bit easier when the actual car is an 80's brick.

Yeah, aside from the 6R4, it is hard to think of a rally car design that is better suited to Lego blocks! 

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51 minutes ago, tbtstt said:

Yeah, aside from the 6R4, it is hard to think of a rally car design that is better suited to Lego blocks! 

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3 hours ago, tbtstt said:

Haha, I take it back @Jepsertti

I'd say even this would be pretty easy

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I'd say the Mini is also a contender.

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there is some cars that i wonder why havent we got em. like 240 volvos and sapphire cossies.

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5 hours ago, dgeesi0 said:

there is some cars that i wonder why havent we got em. like 240 volvos and sapphire cossies.

Said it before, the Volvo 240 should be in the game.

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1 hour ago, bjornwestergren said:

Said it before, the Volvo 240 should be in the game.

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16 hours ago, tjetfiat said:

Yes, it's the best from the little lego. I have and the Ford Fiesta. Lego, same dimensions.  

All LEGO Speed Champions models before 2020 are 6 studs wide, including your Fiesta.

The quattro is 8 studs wide in order to fit 2 minifigs.

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13 minutes ago, Jake Cushing said:

More Volvo is good Volvo

 

Volvo Amazon is a beautiful car :classic_love:

There's also these lil buggers. Rally action begins at 1.10

 

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