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[MOC] FSC Żuk

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Hi Everyone.
Today I want to present you a polish light truck, a FSC Żuk.

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The Żuk was produced between 1958 and 1998 by FSC. It was based on FSO Warszawa which in turn was a copy of a Soviet passenger car GAZ-M20.
This is my Lego Technic version of this truck.

Technical data:
-Length: 40 cm
-Height: 21 cm
-Width: 18.5 cm
-Weight: 1750g

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Functions:
-Driving
-Steering wheel
-Full suspension (Front-Independent/ Rear-LiveAxle)
-Openable doors and rear flap
-Fake 4 cylinders in line engine
-Front lights

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I will not write much about appearance, simple body block.
Some elements aren't perfect, for example a rear ligths.

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Model is driven by a XL motor, and wheels are steering by M motor.The car has a details of interior like a seats, steering wheel and hand brake lever.
My model is a little wider than a orginal car, it is caused by construction of front suspension.

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I look forward to your opinions.

More photos: http://www.brickshel...ry.cgi?f=562720

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Looks authentic and sounds almost like my nickname :grin:

Did the original model have independent front suspension?

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Like I wrote on the LUGPol forum - it's great, brings back memories.

Really love your work

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Fantastic work. It is always good to see MOC of machinery from different countries. Growing up in the GDR I don't recall having ever seen one. Just the Barcas B1000.

Again, great design. The edges of the cabin roof capture the curves of the original very well.

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Edited by TinkerBrick

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I saw it allready somewhere (Youtube?), and it's really good clone of original. Only color :classic: , i think almost all of them were some kind of brown from factory.

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Very nice MOC! :classic: Just a couple of holes in the floor to watch the road through eh? :laugh::wink: Good job, it looks really good and functions well :thumbup:

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