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For the last couple of years I've been secretly working on something different than my previous cars and trucks. This here - I present to you Boxer - Infantry fighting vehicle.

It's the same scale as my other car MOCs. But boy oh boy - it is a beast compared to those tiny cars. This one here is larger than the famous Abrams tank in real life. So imagine that this one here is like a heavy duty truck.

Full with as many details as I could possibly find in the internet. It may sound silly that I mention it so, but... those military vehicle details, especially when it comes to the interior details and gadgets, those pictures are very hard to find. Probably for a good and secure reason, so - can't really blame anyone for that. Would love to see one of these up close in person. Some day, maybe. Till then - enjoy this one. Hope you like it, couse I sure do :)

Oh, did I mention? It has all wheels double spring suspension, all wheels drive with PF (2 x XL) and 2 x front axle steering (1 x M).

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See full album on my flickr account

 

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Very authentic, especially the modularity of this system :-)

One suggestion you might consider is using the new tires from the 42160, which are almost the same diameter as the old rubber tires, but a bit thicker.

 

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@Rolic

Can you add some photos to the post, so we can put the model on the Eurobrick's front page?
You need to link photos from Flickr. (EB does not host images).

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35 minutes ago, Milan said:

@Rolic

Can you add some photos to the post, so we can put the model on the Eurobrick's front page?
You need to link photos from Flickr. (EB does not host images).

Thanks. Been a while since I posted here... had to look it up how to embed the pics form other media. But I managed :D
Thanks everybody else.

2 hours ago, Jundis said:

Very authentic, especially the modularity of this system :-)

One suggestion you might consider is using the new tires from the 42160, which are almost the same diameter as the old rubber tires, but a bit thicker.

 

Hmm... interesting. I don't have those wheels. Will have to look them up, didn't know they existed (only one set, no suprise there). Maybe you have a picture of these tyres side by side? With stud-length reference for diameter.

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11 minutes ago, Rolic said:

Thanks. Been a while since I posted here... had to look it up how to embed the pics form other media. But I managed :D
Thanks everybody else.

No problem, glad to see another beautiful model from you :thumbup:
Thanks!
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Very nice looking, and the level of detail on the interior is impressive! I'm glad you were able to keep a solid base of Technic functionality in there too

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22 hours ago, Rolic said:

Hmm... interesting. I don't have those wheels. Will have to look them up, didn't know they existed (only one set, no suprise there). Maybe you have a picture of these tyres side by side? With stud-length reference for diameter.

I don't have the older ones, but here is a digital comparison:

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