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LDD MOC: ADU Incident Response Truck
marv posted a topic in LEGO TownI always wanted to create something like this in LEGO. This is the ADU (Alien Defence Unit) Incident Response Truck. It carries a small robot and all the equiptment needed to investigate an UFO crash site. Here you can see it in action here: The truck is also part of my LEGO Ideas project "UFO Response Team" . I hope you like it. Best regards marv
MOC: Emergency Vehicle of the Year (former Police Interceptor of the Year)
ER0L posted a topic in LEGO Town[Edit] List of annual Police Interceptors, now Emergency Vehicles 2011 see https://www.flickr.c...157628467098541 2012 see https://www.flickr.c...157629998167606 2013 see http://www.eurobrick...showtopic=80154 2014 this thread 2015 this thread 2016 this thread 2017 this thread 2018 this thread 2019 this thread [/edit] Hi all, a little late this year, but here it is, the Police Interceptor 2014: It was quite obvious that the Police Interceptor of the year 2014 would have to be an LCS vehicle. Furthermore, since the future town will be illuminated I was wondering if at least some of the vehicles can be lightenend, too - it would look quite awkward if cars without lights were cruising the town at night. It proved to be possible without any foreign parts - via a combination of 9 Volt and PowerFunctions stuff. Functions: self-steering front axle emergency lights (9 V) siren (9 V) headlights (PF) backlights (PF) 100% Lego. The car weighs over 200 grams (battery included) but is an excellent mover on the LCS. Credits: derjoe whose "brick & tile" car building style proved to be most appropriate when dealing with lighting Brucewaynelego-Toyshansolo who introduced me into the "9 Volt world". Rear: From below: Hopefully the PI 2014 will be the first of a series of illuminated "night" cars like ambulances, fire engines or stretch limos. Some more pics on my Flickr. Thanks for looking! In action on the LCS layout: