Stimy

[MOC] Sdkfz.251 ausf.D

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I built this one some time ago but didn't post it yet over here (It might be in the scale model section but can't remember)

The Sdkfz.251 ausf.D was built in scale 1/10 with full RC system using an Sbrick. The drive uses 2 x XL-motors & 1 L-motor for steering, it has about 2.000 pieces. Size is about 64x24x24 studs (51cm x 19cm x 19cm)

Here are the pictures, enjoy.

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Lego SDKFZ 251, on Flickr

 

 

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Looks great! The RC function just makes it even more impressive!

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Wow, that looks really cool. Interesting to see wheels on the front and tracks on the back, especially with the rims overlapping each other. Could we have a video of it moving? Looks very capable with 2 xl. Anyway good job!

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Impressive! The use of an RC system makes it without a doubt much more realistic, its dimensions are such as to allow you to put in all the details of the case. I would also be curious to see a test video, and see how the tracks behave on an obstacle :thumbup:

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thanks for all the support, I'll make a video this weekend of the Sdkf & maybe some other projects too.

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I am blown away from the looks of this moc! But when I saw it was electric I couldn't believe it just got cooler!

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Brilliant MOC and great to have it motorized. 

Maybe a small detail to improve: the rear doors should not have that vertical tile splitting the space in 2. When opening the doors, there should be only 1 large free space and not 2.

Nice job anyway!

 

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