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[MOC] Coca-Cola Truck With A Wing Body Semi-Trailer

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Hello Eurobrickers!

This is my the biggest project. In this year, we celebrate 130 years of Coca-Cola, when the druggist J.S. Pemberton invented the recipe for this popular soft drink, so I decided to build a Coca-Cola truck with a wing body semi-trailer. Also

truck was an inspiration to build my MOC. I know, that is not Xmas time and if you do not like a music, which I used in my video, you can choose one of them:
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or this
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Some technical informations:

Truck:

Dimensions:

length: 52 cm,

width: 22 cm,

height: 22 cm,

weight: over 2.3 kg,

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Power Functions:

drive – PF XL motor,

steering – PF servo motor,

up/down 3rd rear axle – M motor,

locked/opening fifth wheel – M motor,

1 x PF battery box,

2 x PF IR receiver,

2 x PF IR remote control,

4 x PF lights,

1 x PF extension wire 20 cm.

The truck has drive, steering, up/down 3rd rear axle and a fifth wheel is locked/opened. The truck has also opening doors, opening door in second cabin, a hood can be lifted up to access the engine, which is eight piston engine connected with a rear axle. The second cabin has a removable roof to access a battery box. The stairs you can use as a toolbox or you can put a fire extinguisher

Semi-trailer:

Dimensions:

length: 70 cm,

width: 19 cm,

height: 25 cm,

weight: over 3.1 kg

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Power Functions:

opening wing doors – PF M motor with gear box,

lift in/out – PF M motor,

lift up/down – M motor,

outriggers – M motor,

1 x PF battery box,

2 x PF IR receiver,

2 x PF IR remote control,

1 x PF lights,

2 x PF extension wire 20 cm.

The whole set is 106 cm long.

I think, that is wrong weight both of them, and truck and trailer are heavier

The semi-trailer has opening side and rear doors and also opening doors to a locker and an extension ramp.

I hope you like it.

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Some pictures:

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I am total agree with my great friend B.O.W. :thumbup:

For a Technic model with so many details and working functions and good looking; :wub: :wub:

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Very cool replica of the original, awesome motorized functions, very good manual functions, one of the best Technic truck and trailer I have ever seen :)

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This is a great MOC. Very realistic looking and the power functions are amazing. I'm just getting into power functions so I'm getting inspired by what can be done.

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The truck you designed is beautiful! I also wasn't aware that Coca-Cola was SO old. Nice use of the reflective tape!

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24 minutes ago, 2LegoOrNot2Lego... said:

I understand why you added the reflective tape, but I do not like it that much...if that is okay with you... ;-)

Of course, it is your opinion :wink:

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I added some video with reflective tape, but is not the same effect like in the pictures

 

Edited by legosamigos

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wow, you model is perfect! good job!

I do not like on the truck only one thing - side spoilers behind the sleeping cab - they are too large...

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1 hour ago, Paliason said:

wow, you model is perfect! good job!

I do not like on the truck only one thing - side spoilers behind the sleeping cab - they are too large...

Before, the truck was naked without spoilers  :classic:

 

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