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  1. I like the official set 40469 Tuk Tuk, but somehow I am not satisfied it is a little bit out of minifigure scale. So I design one by myself. I also posted the building instruction in the video. Welcome to take a look:
  2. badchriss

    Lego City Future - Tuk Tuk

    I got the Idea for this MOC from someone else`s Creation where you could see a blue/yellow Tuk Tuk standing next to a Flower Market. I really liked the Idea of building a semi futuristic Tuk Tuk and so i started one by myself. I designed my MOC using LDD and instead of three Wheels,my Tuk Tuk got the "Lego City Future" Treatment,which means no Wheels but some Repulsor or Antigravity Engines to lift this Vehicle above the Ground a few Inches.After the basic Construction was done,i tried to decorate it with colorful Lights and some Flowers,since real Tuk Tuks are often beautifully decorated. The Driver is very proud of this little Beauty and enjoys showing his City to Tourists...exept if there`s one who constantly hits the Drivers Head with his oversized Camera,this gets annoying very fast. Since Ads are nowadays everywhere,i added some sort of Advertisement Board to the Roof.It shows nothing specific,just some colorful Tiles. 20161207_130749 by Christian Weber, auf Flickr 20161207_130821 by Christian Weber, auf Flickr 20161207_130834 by Christian Weber, auf Flickr 20161207_130846 by Christian Weber, auf Flickr 20161207_131023 by Christian Weber, auf Flickr I hope you like my newest Creation and i wouldn`t mind seeing some Comments... BTW,you can see a couple more Shots in my Flickr Album.
  3. With only 10 more days to build and film (i'm going on a long vacation) I think that its time to start building the beast. I might not be able as I have exams till Wednesday and I need to box up the house because we will be moving soon. Introducing the Ultuk or Ultimate Tuk Tuk. I sort of wanted to name it F*** Tuk but that was... It will uses a servo for the steering. More beast mode features will appear, I just need to think of them.