dikkie klijn

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  • Birthday 06/07/1995

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    Eh? Lego

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  1. lovely shaped vehicle . I especially like all the angles u managed to put the bricks on. If I may feel free for a little bit of critique: The windshield translation to the roof is a bit crude, something u have done a lot smoother on ur corvette!
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    1968 FIAT 500 F

    I love it! Very neat design, straight out of a Lego cataloge it would seem .
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    [MOC] Challenger MT865C & Kinze 1050

    Nice work! The hood is especially really smooth
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    [MOC] Australian Mack Superliner 6x6 RC

    Lovely bright colors!
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    [MOC] Mack LMSW - GVB 1:16

    Thank you guys!
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    Finished MOC Fairplay IX tugboat in scale 1:50

    A lovely build again. And all those hoses
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    A-Team GMC '87 Vandura

    I love it when a plan comes together! I like how you gave the model your own twist, personally I prefer these blocked stripes over the original!
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    1930 Ford Model AA Truck RATical Industries

    Love the turbos on the motor!
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    [MOC] Mack LMSW - GVB 1:16

    Thank you all . @Beck that light bluish thing is a pantograph. Since this truck was used to repair or tow away damaged trams in the center of Amsterdam it was fitted with a spare pantograph on the rooftop. You can see it on the image below of the original When the going gets tough... By Henk Graalman on Flickr
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    [MOC] Mack LMSW - GVB 1:16

    After using too much time to build models that are way to big. I decided to build something more parts and wallet friendly. My heart fell for the LMSW 6x4 Wrecker which was put in use in WWII by the Canadian and British forces. After the war the vehicles were exported all over the world. One of them was put to use by the public transport company GVB in Amsterdam, Holland. This Lego recreation is build in scale 1:16 and is remote controlled with Sbrick. Using one XL motor for drive and a servo motor for steering. The cranes are build for looks rather then functionality. They can swivel and the hook can be lowered. The angle of the arms however is fixed. Building for looks the model has a complete detailed interieur with suspended seating, steering wheel, dashboard with gauges and all the levers a trucker can wish for. The interesting crane system used in the rear intrigued me to do the build. A really simple system for the stabilizers using chains and pins combined with two swiveling arms controlled by steel wires. The model is complete with tool and hardware boxes on the rear deck. A jack was transported with the truck in case Amsterdam bikers were trapped under the trams . PS, yes the rims are painted black.
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    [MOC] FTF FS-20 Roseboom heavy haulage (1:16)

    Thank you all!!
  12. +1 That's kind of the point. Separating the different themes. Ps thank you for the nomination.
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    [MOC] FTF FS-20 Roseboom heavy haulage (1:16)

    Some more detailed pictures, this is all I have Belly shot - Flickr Bare Chassis - Flickr Rear details - Flickr Opening door - Flickr
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    [MOC] FTF FS-20 Roseboom heavy haulage (1:16)

    Nope, the complete model has 36 wheels, 18 springs, 3 motors, sbrick and a rechargeable battery box to start with.... Yes, instructions are out of the question. Id rather inspire then let people recreate 1. Coming up shortly 2. I can get more detail this way. Now i can choose where the arch ends and starts. Besides that now the small black rim could be added on the side of the wheel arches. 3. It is sufficiently strong for a model like this. though I would not use it for a model where there is a large amount of stress on the chassis, for example a crane, towtruck, or a tipper. It can pull the complete beam Coming up shortly
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    [MOC] FTF FS-20 Roseboom heavy haulage (1:16)

    Thank you all! Yes that is sand green, expensive but also very beautiful. For me the softer colors of Lego that are the rarest often give the best realistic look. Nope no video sorry.