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Volvo 240 Turbo Macau GP Guia Race Winner

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Instructions for LEGO Volvo 240 Turbo Macau GP Guia race winner car. I also have this same model in classic Nordica livery from ETC races. I normally don’t do more than one color version per design, but I really like this red and white livery used in Macau GP. I decided to use black parts as part of livery, so if you want to use stickers, you will need to build this car in white/red colors, without these black elements. Also livery is symmetrical only on both sides, in other places its not symmetrical. So please pay attention to instruction steps. Other than colors the same model as my Nordica livery version (with the exception of a bit different headlight design).
Model itself is simple, with semi detailed interior (with basic seats, rollcage and fire extinguisher in interior). I doesn’t have any opening parts. But in theory this design allows to have opening parts (at least opening hood/boot, without that much work), if you want to add opening doors, you will need to lower the floor lever, and that will make everything more expensive and complicated.

Model info:
– 8 stud wide
– semi detailed interior
– simple design
– no opening parts
– total 315 parts from 87 lots, all parts will cost around $70. But actually almost the half of all cost is these black Technic gears I’m using inside wheels (part 6589). This part is rare and expensive (something around $5-8 per piece, and you will need 4) You can just use simple black wheels and save at least $30 on this model. But I really like this more expensive version.

What You Will Get With Your Purchase
What You Will Get With Your Purchase
I offer digital instructions only. You will get the following files:
  • PDF Step by Step instruction file
  • .xlsx part list file
  • Studio 2 (.io) source file you can use to view model in 3d view and upload part list to
  • Text with will all necessary information about using instructions, part lists and source file
Where to get the parts?
My first recommendation is Its the post popular place to buy new and used LEGO parts, my source file is designed to be compatible with Bricklink Studio 2 software and part lists can be imported in your account making ordering all parts very fast & easy.  You can also use LEGO Pick a Brick service, eBay, Amazon or other sites. Any Questions? Send me a message!

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