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What about driving a half-track supercar? The Hurricane allows you to move everywhere. No limits at all! But it's just for big adventure-lovers!
When I realized this set, I wanted to create a supercar that could move on every kind of ground. I was thinking about places such as deserts, swamps, canyons and so on. I also think it should be mighty and powerful!
I think this could be a good Lego set because it's quite different from a traditional racing car. It seems coming from some sci-fi movies!
We have two ways to use Lego bricks: to reproduce something we can see in the world and to invent something nobody has ever seen yet. I chose the second way, and that satisfies me a lot!
I hope you support my project, if you think that's cool!
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