Holy crap on a cracker!! Any chance of a parts list and instructions?!Oh, I think I can oblige. I originally made it just by eyeballing it, but it didn't take very long to re-create it in Lego Digital Designer.
Some of these aren't quite accurate. The 'radiator grille' that I used is silver chrome, not metallic silver, but I couldn't find chrome parts in the LDD.
It's also frustrating that even among real physical Lego bricks, you can't find every color you want in metallic silver. Websites like Bricklink can tell you every known color for most bricks, and sometimes the shape you need has just never been made in the right color, so for several of them I substituted gray.
(Although, now it occurs to me that the cone piece IS available in silver, because I used it on the minifig's slimeblowers, which I made later. Oh well.)
Similarly, on the physical model, I only used one un-decorated round tile on the sides; the other had a neat gauge design printed on it. While I was lucky enough to find the caution stripe tile in the LDD, the gauge tile wasn't in the digital file, so I just indicated two blank ones.
A lot of the Lego names for parts and colors feel counter-intuitive, but maybe I'm just used to the classification system on Bricklink. What Lego calls 'medium stone gray' is what Bricklink calls 'light bluish gray'. (To distinguish the later mix from an earlier gray, some fans call the newer color 'blay', from what I've recently learned.)
BUT at least the parts numbers agree from one to the other, so maybe this guide will be handy after all.
As for instructions, it's pretty much 'what you see is what you get', but here's how I made mine. Feel free to experiment and improve your own version.