This MOC is extremely compact and remote controlled using standard Power Functions components, this means the space left for details is very limited, anyway, i was able to implement a select number of details which are recognizable features of a muscle car, hopefully they are enough to make the MOC look like a muscle car:
– A large body; the car is wide enough i think, but it should have been longer i guess (this may be a limitation from using the chassis as a starting point).
– Hood scoop; the name says it all.
– Fastback design; once again, not all muscle cars have it, but was very convenient to implement (to hide the battery pack), so here it is.
Other trivial details include the driver and passanger seats, steering wheel, side mirrors, front grill, headlights, tail lights, front and rear bumpers.
Other things worth mentioning: since it is an RC vehicle, the only functions it has are the motorized driving and steering. It can be turned on or off from below through the use of a liftarm connected to the battery pack.
This is a modified “Race” version of the original MOC. To learn more about the original, please visit its page. This “Race” version has a different color scheme; slightly different aesthetics on specific details; a rear spoiler (absent on the original MOC); side skirts instead of side pipes (exhaust is on the rear); and most importantly, it has a differential powering the rear wheels with a ratio of 1,4:1. despite this one being the “Race” version, it actually goes slower, but on the other hand can be played with on more floor types and slopes.
The original version has 435 pieces spread over 63 steps, and this race version has 441 pieces spread over 62 steps, so you will be connecting an average of around 7 pieces per step on either version.