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emilstorm posted a topic in LEGO TownHere is a load of old MOC's First off is a Mercedes 508. The wheels are a bit big, and it has a couple of yellow lights on the back because i was out of white 1x1 bricks when i built it. So now it's an off-road van with rear work lights It can seat 2 minifigs in the front, and has lots of lovely space in the back. Next is a lovely little red Mercedes Gelände Wagen. i don't have much to say about it. It can seat 2 minifigs in the front. And here is a Piaggio APE. I love this little silly looking things. I couldn't fit a steering wheel in there because of the SNOT attachment of the front wheel, but it might be possible with some of the newer 1x2 brackets, i just don't have any. And last, but not least, a generic police cruiser. It fits 2 figs in the front(minus hats) and 2 in the back. I was running low on white parts when I made it, so it has some odd colors in some places. I put the two 1x2 slopes on the front bumper in stead of cheese slopes and a 1x4 tile. This allows the option of adding rams, or what ever it is those Americans have on there, and the "police" tile fitted in between so nicely. This concludes the first batch of treasures from my basement Please let me know what you think
Hi all, I have a new MOC for everyone to see. I never have built a big diesel engine. (Or any big engine for that matter ) But I decided to end that. Having a surplus of red bricks, the engine is built in a red/ white color. I believe pictures are worth a thousand words, so without further ado here are the photos: I tried to incorporate elements from the Hobby Train, as that set inspired this MoC. I would've liked to have moved the body back a few studs, but I didn't feel like disassembly the entire thing again. I really like the look of the 3-wheel bogie, even though they undergo some stress on curves. I also have yet to figure out a way to power it, so throwing all the power functions into a boxcar may be the final power solution. Also, in reference to the subtitle, does anyone know a website that can clarify all these confusing abbreviations for diesel engines? As always, comments questions and arguing is encouraged.