efferman

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14 minutes ago, efferman said:

Thank you very much

No problem. Good luck on convention. I know it will be successful and M.A.N. will be a Star of show :thumbup:

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Just had a quick measure in my cab with my arms and I think the seats are in perfect proportions, OK, mine is a DAF and not an MAN, but they will all be very similar I think.

Anyway it looks superb inside and out.

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Next weekend is in munich a very large lego convention with lots of Lego mocs in monorail, GBC, Trains and Dioramas. Oh, dont forget the action area with more or less 100 Technic RC Mocs

Bricking Bavaria 2018 at spielwiesn 2018

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Maybe tomorrow, maybe monday.

The R926 has his Sbricks back

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The Rotation Mechanism has now a small reinforcement, but unfortunately i should have replaced the turntable too. Now the rotation Motor is nearly stalling before a gear is jumping.
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Fantastic pictures, I love the giant S Brick on your low trailers.

I must put this event into my diary for next year, it looks superb.

Thanks for the photos.

Chip.

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next year it is in fuerth in september. the correct date and place i dont know yet

a very shaky vid

 

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Some great looking builds there. 

That pair of old school tractors look awesome. Looks like a few bits of custom panel work? Very nicely done.

thanks for showing the pics.

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I thought that you do not like tractors :laugh:

I suppose red Zetros is by @jrx

So far I did notice Ingmar's trucks...

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I think orange U.S. truck (probably Mack) with Xerion on trailer could be Ingmar's

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6 hours ago, efferman said:

next year it is in fuerth in september. the correct date and place i dont know yet

a very shaky vid

 

Incredible .....

Very great model and Moc ....

 

Thanks for all 

 

Fabione

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efferman.. that is beautiful. I really like to look at your models, they are perfect (I used that mechanism of yours for the outtriggers hidden in the body).
But what took me the most (I am sorry :x) from the pictures of that event, is that the biggest achievement which Lego Official Set can get is to display it with a MOC's where it looks astonishing as them. I am talking about the Claas 42054. One of the best looking and accurate model.

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Yes, the claas is a highlight of the last years

Do you think this wheelbase is ok for a standard 6x4 semi tractor unit?

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above 3.2m below 2.4m. these are the official wheelbases

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2.4m looks a little bit silly

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Distance from front axle to first rear axle on real truck us 3200mm (here) and with scale you use (1:16.5) distance should be 24-25 studs, but it depends which version you decide to make. I hope that this brochure helps :wink:

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Yes, the 2.4 looks good only if you plan to make something like this

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All my mocs are proportioned as original, so it is not a problem to assist anyone if I can, so you will be always welcome.

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