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  1. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Thank you very much for the compliment. You are right, it would be very cool to built a expedition truck too. (Maybe I decide to built one later this year (other MOCs need to be finished earlier)).
  2. Wow, this Rolls Royce Phantom looks very good. Congrats. In my opinion the two tone colorway and the overall interior looks amazing. I really like the unique pneumatic brake system, which I never saw any time before. In my view the roof sits a little bit to deep (but this just could be my opinion). Well done :).
  3. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    Eurobricker's share your trucks!!!!

    Mercedes-Benz Zetros 4X4
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    [WIP] Hennessey Venom F5

    Wow, looks awesome, very cool use of the new triangle panels. I`am looking forward to your progress.
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    [MOC] Koenigsegg Jesko

    Wow, this looks absolutely amazing. Well done.
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    MAN TGS 8X8 V2

    WOW, Well done, it looks very good. A little video would be nice to see how it works.
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    [MOC] Ford Bronco pickup 2020

    Wow, it looks really good. I really like that you use the Control+ elements, in face of the small scale. Excellent work!
  8. I really like this gearbox and the way you use the Control+ elements. I am trying to create a gearbox with the Control+ Elements too, but I didn´t find any good solution for a gear Indicator. So I am really interested how you write the program for the gear indicator with the Powered Up App, could you explain how you created this?
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    [MOC] Ferrari Testarossa

    Thank you for all your nice comments, I am glad that all of you like it. Yes you are right the headlights look a little bit weird when they are popped up. But I did not find any better solution for them, because the room in the front is very limited caused by the small scale of the Model, so I was OK with the result. The idea to replace all the blue pins with black ones is very good. I will buy some of them to replace the blue ones. Thank you for all the comments it helped me a lot, so I can improve my next creations in the future. See You :)
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    [MOC] Ferrari Testarossa

    Hello everyone, I am really glad to present you my second MOC, a replica of the Ferrari Testarossa. This model is RC and has the following features: Rear wheel drive powered by a buggy-motor (this makes the car really fast (top speed around 11 - 12 kph (in ludicrous Mode))) Steering powered by a Servomotor Manual pop-up headlights Open able doors and detailed interior and exterior The car is powered by a Buwizz (I choose it, because Buwizz gives the buggy-motor enough power). Dimensions: length: 39 cm / width:15,5 cm / height: 10 cm / weight: 1,1 kg The door was one of the hardest parts to create, but then I saw Jeroen Ottens version of the Testarossa and how he created the doors. His version of the doors inspired me, when I decided to choose the Ninjago blades for the doors. So a really recommend you to take a look at his beautiful Testarossa version too With open pop-up headlights You can find more Pictures at: You can find the instructions at: (the instructions cost 10 €) Comments, suggestions and questions are always appreciated. I wish you all merry Christmas :) See you.
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    [MOC] pagani zonda 1:10 scale

    Good progress, looks good.
  12. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    [C-model] 42106 - Pullback Vehicles

    Very nice ideas, very cool.
  13. Lukes_Brick_Studio

    GBC Detachable Cable Car / Chairlift

    WOW, this Cable car is amazing everything works so well
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    [MOC] The firsrt plane.

    Nice, cool idea :)