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Steel Sprinter

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The Steel Sprinter is a quad bike with a useful trailer that carries detection equipment to help locate and rescue stranded hikers. Its bright red so it can be seen from far away and its big wheels can tackle any terrain.

It was quite easy to build; it’s got lots of little details and a back flap than can be lifted up and down.

This MOC was built by my 8 year old brother Cameron. I thought it was so good that I had to put it online. =D Enjoy.

Steel Sprinter on MOCpages.

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nice job :thumbup: the front of it is surprisingly good and i like the trailer too :classic:

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I will relay this to my little brother tommorow when he gets up. I am often impressed with his MOCs but he never has them built long enough to photo, so today when he was showing me I asked if I could get a few pictures and he had the patience to see how to take the photo and to tell me what to write.

He is probably going to be better than I ma now in a few years if he keeps on playing with is Lego.

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That's an awesome MOC of your brother, Peppermint_M! :oh:

I really :wub: it!

With its very realistic style, the trailer, the minifig and the equipment it could well be an official set! :oh:

Only one suggestion: Since this is a MOC based on the emergency theme I'd use a minifig of this theme and not a worker - but supposably your brother didn't have a minifig of this theme he was aible to use.

Otherwise it's perfect! The most I like the quadbike itself.

Very, very well done! :thumbup: :thumbup:

Klaus-Dieter

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I think the figure is his current favourite of his "normal" guys, if it isnt Indy or Star Wars its this guy. Plus he may be building well but organisation is at the bottom of an eight year olds list of priorities when it come to Lego. :laugh:

He'll be chuffed that adults are impressed with his MOC. :thumbup:

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