Tag Archives: Lowrider

King of the Road

Dennis Glaasker aka Bricksonwheels is a firm favourite here at The Lego Car Blog. He’s been building spectacularly detailed Lego creations over a decade now, with the most recent ten years demonstrating how retro-chroming bricks can take the realism of a model to a whole new level.

To celebrate a decade of chrome Dennis has built very possibly the shiniest bike we’ve ever seen, this glorious 1:10 scale Harley Davidson Road King Lowrider complete with, you guessed it, a lot of chromed pieces.

Dennis’ chromed Harley can be seen at his Flickr album by clicking here, you can read his Master MOCers interview here at TLCB via the first link, and you can check out our preview of LEGO’s new officially licensed Harley Davidson Fatboy set by clicking here. Dennis thinks it just needs some chrome…

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Fleetwood Mac

Lego Cadillac Fleetwood Lowrider

This utterly glorious Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet* low rider is possibly the shiniest, most detailed, most perfect model we’ve featured this year.

Built by TLCB Master MOCer Dennis Glaasker (aka BricksonWheels) the Caddy shows how far LEGO can be taken as a model-making medium. Really really far.

There’s lots more to see at Dennis’ Flickr photostream, which is where we’re going to be for quite some time. Bounce over there with us by clicking these words.

Lego Cadillac Fleetwood Le Cabriolet Low Rider

*Yup, they really did call it that.

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Bounce

Lego Lowrider

Bounce bounce bouncy bounce. Mahjqa has created a Technic lowrider – and it really works! Check it out at the link above, and watch it in action below.

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Vanilla (Choc) Ice

Lego Lowrider

We’ll take both please

Time for a beautiful metaphor highlighting the fruitlessness of racism. These equally brilliant Lowriders come courtesy of Orion Pax over on Flickr. Different they may be, but they’re both spectacularly well built, and also seem to be held up by magic. Check them out at Orion’s Flickr photostream, where you can find a link to his rather superb website.

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