Big things with little cars
Big things with little cars

I ordered the full suspension kit from Tinfoil Hat aka IG: Not_two_deer. I had so much fun with this kit, It was totally worth it. This was my first build with it. TBH, I didn’t know that i was supposed to use pure acetone instead of superglue for this, so it could’ve been a little cleaner, but I think it came out great.

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I already had done this cruise bruiser as a mild custom, but the excess amount of plastic for the axle always left me wanting more.

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As you can see, the full suspension kit allows for an awesome frontal view, free and clear from excess plastic need for Mattel’s plastic casting tools. You can get the look of a hefty front axle, as well as being able to see daylight above it.

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No idea how the driver can see though.

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even in my first attempt, the suspension works! I built it wrong and it still functions! haha, this was my fault for ignoring instructions. pardon my non-flexing pictures, i have another suspension car that’s almost done that i will flex out for you guys!

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I love how the new rear bumper sticks out.

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My fav fantasy cast.

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I have no good backdrop, but had lots of light and reasonable temps (52 deg. F) today, so bare with me on photo quality.

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