It’s not everyday that you see a hot rod on the road, much less one shaped like a helmet, but that’s exactly what AJ Bohata created. Modeled after the helmet of a knight’s armor, the project began with rectangular tubing cut and TIG-welded for the chassis. Once the chassis was completed by hand, a 355-cubic inch V8 with Weiand 6-71 supercharger was installed that generates 1,000 horsepower. Read more for a video and additional information
A giant propane tank that’s been reskinned with thinner metal is used as the cabin, while the face shield doubles as a hydraulic door. The interior may not have much in the way of technology, but the most important gauges for vital stats and a second panel overhead, which controls the air-conditioning, lights, etc., can still be found. Since the metal work alone would cost at least $80K, Bohata values the vehicle somewhere around the ballpark of $200K.
- Role-play as a paleontologist and imagine what life on Earth was like millions of years ago as you build intricately detailed LEGO models of pterosaur and dinosaur skeletons for display!
- In the box: buildable, posable Tyrannosaurus rex, Triceratops and Pteranodon skeleton models with displays stands, plus a LEGO paleontologist minifigure and sapiens skeleton figure, to recreate a natural history museum
- This collectible, 910-piece set makes a fantastic archaeology toy gift for all aged 16+ who love to build solo or to share their interest in natural history, dinosaurs and LEGO building with friends and family
- This LEGO Ideas Dinosaur Fossils 21320 construction toy is compatible with the LEGO construction toys, bricks and characters that you already own so you can create your own unique toy museum
- These 1: 32 scale pterosaur and dinosaur skeleton toy models make an eye-catching centerpiece in any room, with the T. rex skeleton model the biggest of the 3, measuring over 7” (20cm) tall and 15” (40cm) long