Presented as one of the novelties of the past MADbrick exhibition, the latest creation of Sheepo has all the latest technology developed by it's author, as the 3rd generation of gearboxes, the usual and brake systems, transmission and suspension consistent with the actual car,also a special attention to every detail of the car, from the front to the rear even the interior, seats, exhaust and the sculpting of the body. All of this in even more compact space than in previous cars.
For sure you want to know more of this car and it's author, so visit Sheepo's Garage
If not.. ( I doubt ) The video of de car will change your mind:
I'm mainly into Lego Technic, but I also got special feelings with "normal" LEGO vignettes, they can combine small size, lost of details and skill demonstrations, this is the case of "Kostbar-Kite" by mijasper
And from one of the latest collectible series, the "POLLO" a funny chicken street vendor without complex, by the wife of chomas22
The JPS 72 built to go with my JPS Transporter.
The Lotus 72 gained JPS livery in 1972 and with it Emmerson Fittipaldi claimed the World Championship, and came close the following season. With the failure of the Lotus 76, the Lotus 72 had to be used for a futher two seasons before finally retiring.
It turned out to be the most successful Formula 1 car ever with twenty race wins. The Lotus 72 raced for six years! and won three Constructor's Championships. The JPS livery was used in the 1972-75 seasons with the Lotus 72 in D, E and F configurations.