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Vaiano

M3 Halftrack

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Hy Guys!

I´ll start posting my personal armored division (Which belongs to my LEGO room :tongue::hmpf_bad::classic: ) with a classic american World War Two Veichle: The M3 HalfTrack Personal Carrier. It is Halftrack because it has tracks on the back and wheels on the front. It may sound strange now, but it actually works well:

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Thanks, Bruno

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I saw these in your intro thread, I really like the brown tracks used on the truck, and it looks like it could fit right into an indiana jones set or if they ever made WAR sets, a militia for sure!

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This is outstanding work, the shape looks very sleek. Do you have any other pictures such as interior etc. ?

TT

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AWESOME MOC 'Vaiano' ! :sweet::grin::laugh:

Love how you converted Star Wars weapons into WWII ones - clever ! :grin:

Front end and tracks - dam well close to the real thing - EXCELLENT ! :grin:

Keep up the cool work 'Vaiano' ! :sweet::grin::laugh:

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Thank you very much much everybody :sweet::grin::laugh:

I´ll post more MOCs here soon, stay tuned.

@Tanotrooper

Sorry, I have more pics, but not of the interior. But actually it´s preety simple, there´s not much to see.

Bruno

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Hello!

That's really a great source for many nice building techniques! :classic: I like a pretty simple piece best, however. The use of the 1x2 tile with handle as a windscreen is the perfect choice here! :classic:

Cheers,

~ Christopher

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Wow, an amzing job mate, I love all the details you packed into it. The halftrack is one of my favorite trucks, and my grampa spent alot of time in them during the war, so I know you did an excellent job recreating it, well done, and keep bricking! :thumbup:

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