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Just now, Maaboo35 said:

Alternately, then, we could look at the tyres in 8110 (2011). It took three years (2014) to get smaller versions, so maybe we'll get small tractor tyres in 2019. Time will tell!

That is what I was thinking :wink:

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11 hours ago, I_Igor said:

...ideal will be new CLAAS harvester with new 94,3 at the front and 81,6 at rear...:thumbup:

A CLAAS harvester in decent size would be the dream. I wouldn't mind if they used tires of the same diameter as the old "tractor" tires as seen on the 8849 Tractor (82 and 63mm) but a little bit wider and with a tread pattern similar to the Xerion tires.

11 hours ago, I_Igor said:

License to use Mack name is probably agreement with Volvo, speaking of Volvo - there is also a Volvo Backhoe :wink:

I didn't think Volvo CE made Backhoe loaders. I couldn't find them on their website.

If LEGO continues with the Volvo models I sure hope they start making the pneumatic cylinders in black instead of yellow. That would be very sweet.

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1 minute ago, zoo said:

A CLAAS harvester in decent size would be the dream. I wouldn't mind if they used tires of the same diameter as the old "tractor" tires as seen on the 8849 Tractor (82 and 63mm) but a little bit wider and with a tread pattern similar to the Xerion tires.

I didn't think Volvo CE made Backhoe loaders. I couldn't find them on their website.

If LEGO continues with the Volvo models I sure hope they start making the pneumatic cylinders in black instead of yellow. That would be very sweet.

Volvo backhoe loaders info can be found here https://www.volvoce.com/global/en/product-archive/backhoe-excavator-loaders/

For implementation of new tractor tire forestry equipment can also be made by LEGO :wink:

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7 minutes ago, I_Igor said:

Volvo backhoe loaders info can be found here https://www.volvoce.com/global/en/product-archive/backhoe-excavator-loaders/

For implementation of new tractor tire forestry equipment can also be made by LEGO :wink:

Nice idea of Volvo I would like to see more past products of all brands. I always like the Volvo EL70.

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40 minutes ago, jorgeopesi said:

Nice idea of Volvo I would like to see more past products of all brands. I always like the Volvo EL70.

Not only Volvo, there are many industrial vehicles that I would like to make with proper tires and functionality but LEGO has very limited parts variety in form of wheel/tires-tire patterns

Volvo backhoe would be very nice product in 8455 scale

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About new rumors (I'm not sure for this or upcoming year) see the link...

https://twitter.com/hashtag/McLarenSenna?src=hash&ref_src=twsrc^tfw&ref_url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.motorsport-total.com%2Ff1%2Fnews%2F2017%2F12%2Fhighlights-des-tages-mclaren-benennt-auto-nach-senna-17121007.html

New supercar coming Up - McLaren Senna :wub:

 

there is Technic logo on one image...just scrool th page down

like this

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sorry @Jim if the image is waaaaaaaaaaay to big but could not find smaller

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Could be pretty big probability, because they allready cooperate with McLaren - some small sets and that big model from bricks for Goodwood.

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Just now, Jurss said:

Could be pretty big probability, because they allready cooperate with McLaren - some small sets and that big model from bricks for Goodwood.

The only problem is that I can not see if someone was playing in Adobe® Photoshop with this image or not...and this model has suspension that LEGO already made in past models so suspension issue is no problem. Bodywork lines are more suitable for LEGO panels and it has a V8 and it is orange / black and Porsche wheels would fit this model perfectly, so there are lots of things saying for this model and LEGO announced more super-cars (or as today are calling hyper-cars) when announcing Porsche

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Or it could be a troll with Photoshop. I'm not thinking this is legit. I'd take this with a grain of salt.

*Me, liberally applying salt to the speculation.*

Not that I would be opposed to a Mclaren supercar of any kind. I think it would be really cool if Lego did some approximation of the trick Mclaren hydropneumatic suspension. But, given the Porsche, I'm not holding my breath.:hmpf_bad:

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@Saberwing40k I would be happier when LEGO makes some CLAAS harvester because I need Tractor tires in other sizes than just 107, but let's see :wink: 

A time around the Nuremberg toy fair we'll know what to expect in 2H for sure...

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@I_Igor can you post the twitter handle of who teeeted that, I can't find it.

 

while I agree about it being suitable for the Porsche parts usage is it not a bit similar??

 

i've got to say nice as though it would be I'm with @Saberwing40k and the photoshop theory ATM... happy to be proven otherwise.....

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after searching I found that this is the "guilty" one...

https://twitter.com/morris_kurt

 

It could be someone's wish but it is IMHO respect-less to post LEGO and Technic LOGO on some image in public just for joy 

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Just now, tgrbailey said:

Thanks guys.... I think it's a p*ss take I'm afraid....

Well only time will tell, but I apologize in advance if I have raised false hopes 

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Just now, I_Igor said:

Well only time will tell, but I apologize in advance if I have raised false hopes 

Not your fault if it is! It's just the way the tweet is written makes it seem like they are joking!

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Well, let's wait and see, as usually. Like for 2H models. As for "ultimate cars", I'd prefer anything else (V8, RWD, front-engine) just because of thousand such MOCs, especially McLarens (a bit tired of them :blush: ).

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Just saw yesterday this new McLaren... well, might be the ugliest design they ever made. I am just happy if not this will be the next Technic supercar - which could be finally some off-road car: Mercedes G-class, Ford F-150, etc... 

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Just now, tgrbailey said:

Not your fault if it is! It's just the way the tweet is written makes it seem like they are joking!

As time passes by it looks like more and more society networks are using for spreading false information and hiding the truth...

Just now, agrof said:

Just saw yesterday this new McLaren... well, might be the ugliest design they ever made. I am just happy if not this will be the next Technic supercar.

but lines can be made with lego panels...nice cars with elegantly shaped bodies (in reality) are very hard to be represented by LEGO

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Just now, I_Igor said:

but lines can be made with lego panels...nice cars with elegantly shaped bodies (in reality) are very hard to be represented by LEGO

This is no excuse for McLaren... :tongue: And for the second part of the sentence, yes it can be done:

800x450.jpg:wink:

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27 minutes ago, agrof said:

T And for the second part of the sentence, yes it can be done:

:wink:

but with holes and gaps...

when I was talking about elegant curvy lines, I meant this

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Just now, I_Igor said:

but with holes and gaps...

Of course, there will be limitations with Lego Technics, and also system bricks.

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Just now, Jurss said:

Of course, there will be limitations with Lego Technics, and also system bricks.

That was what I was pointing :thumbup: so  machinery is more interesting to build, but this time I have to give credit to my good friend @nicjasno who managed to make some beautiful car models

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@I_Igor Now You bring as example one of the sexiest thing in car history. :classic:  That Ferrari IS an icon in industrial design, the new McLaren is still an eye-disease (though most probably very functional).

Holes and gaps will be always there in LEGO given the system limitations, and I think this is the reason for the practice: usually not car manufacturers copy LEGO car designs, but the opposite. :wink:

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