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#1 Nexus7


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Posted 22 January 2012 - 09:57 PM

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This truck was designed in the beginning of 1960′s. It was designed to withstand diffictult conditions in Siberia, Urals and far east and northern territories of Soviet Union. Its also able to cross water and its able to control its tire pressure, equipped with air cleaning systems and has 4,5 kw electric engine to pump water (in case of fire) and it also has radio transmission capabilities.
Wheels 6×6
Engine (2xZIL-375)
Engine displacement 2×3,5 liters
Perfomance 2×180 hp
Fuel tank capacity 900 liters
Fuel consumption 100 liters/100km
Max speed 65 km/h (on the road fully loaded)
Max speed in 50/80 cm water 30/20 km/h

Lenght 9260 mm
Width 3130 mm
Height 3060 mm
Ground clearance 750 mm
Turnin radius 11 900 mm
Cerb weight 7000 kg
Payload 5000 kg

ability to go through obstacles:
Trench 2000 mm
Vertical wall 1000 mm
Rise angle 42 degrees
Fording 1800 mm
Snow 1000 mm

The best description I found on the net: Function follows form in every bit, styling is brutally simplistic, each bit looks like it will withstand a nuclear attack and a meteorite hit simultaneously – essentially, it’s designed to survive the apocalypse.

You can see it in action HERE

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And a comparison with other trucks to give you a sense of scale.

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#2 Henchmen4Hire


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Posted 22 January 2012 - 10:17 PM


Lots of neat angles, probably lots of tricks went into building it too. Love these giant beasts, they're so ridiculous and amazing
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#3 lightningtiger


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Posted 22 January 2012 - 10:24 PM

That is an AWESOME vehicle 'Nexus7', looks perfect for fire fighting too ! :grin:
Excellent designing there.....Brick On Drive On ! :grin:

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 06:17 AM

Awesome truck 'Nexus7'. It looks very close to the real truck, very detailed. Great job   Posted Image
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Posted 23 January 2012 - 01:08 PM

Very cool. The red color is perfect!

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 01:19 PM

Wow, this is amazing! Awesome job on that unique truck with all the different angles...
How did you do those rungs underneath the cabin. I can see two antennas holding a...? Did you shorten and cut a hose at both ends for it?

I agree with JackJonespaw, the color matches perfectly!

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Posted 23 January 2012 - 05:59 PM

Sweet ride :sweet:

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