Toyota Prius and Tacoma (New and Improved)
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Hello everybody! I’m back with updated models of my Prius and Tacoma. Since my first listing had run out of time, I’ve revised the vehicles as follows: The Tacoma has been redone with a more realistic rear bumper (with a new license plate number), windshield wipers, rear-view mirrors, new bed rails, and a new high brakelight with cargo lamp. The Prius has gained fog-lights and a new front bumper with license plate as well. For anyone who has not seen the old listing, here is the text:
“What they are: These are my models of 2 famous Toyota vehicles. You probably remember my Prius, now updated with a full interior, driver, and black stripe (For details on the original, see my “Toyota Prius” entry), and my new Tacoma. The Tacoma features a full interior, working tailgate, and the rear wheels drive a “rear differential” that turns a universal joint. I think that is really good considering that it’s a smallish model. The bed is relatively roomy measuring 5 studs by 4 studs, and you can fit a few good-sized bricks in it, and the interior features 4 seats, steering wheel and shift lever.
Why I built them: I built them because I love cars and I wanted to redo my Prius. you might be interested to know that my Tacoma started out as a Chevrolet Colorado. I think that the vehicles are scaled very close to each other, although the truck is scaled slightly larger than the car. I think they have good play value for kids and adults might find that they have good detail.
Why I think they would make a great Lego set: I think they would make a good set because their good toys for a kid, and they could be display models for an adult. I hope to eventually build something good enough to become a real Lego set, one that I can hold, and compare to my original builds. For more information on these, and other Toyota vehicles, visit the Toyota website.”