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  1. Hello guys! I decided to participate in the [TC5] Challenge, and for this challenge I'm using 8071 Bucket truck And my C model is a Wheeled excavator. I wonder why does the TLG always make tracked excavators instead of wheeled ones. Functions: Working Steering via the gear on the back Front grader can be raised up or down Feet on the back side can be lowered, and raised Rotation of the upper structure via the gear on the side Boom can be raised and lowered Bucket is fully operational too Here you can see that functions are controlled by yellow gears on the right side of the excavator. The brown gear at the back controls steering. Front grader and rear feet are controlled manually. Close up shot of the rear feet and a closer look of the bucket And the spare part photo - 55 parts left Video of functions can be found here (Older version of my model is seen in the video + sorry for the low quality)�� Leave comments and tell me what you think. Good day everyone!
  2. My build for the contest uses sets #8068 and #42020, which have 408 and 145 pieces respectively, for a total of 553 pieces. I used 490 on the ship and 14 on the stand. Leaving 34 and 29 pieces unused. The Leftovers by CleverNiftyDude, on Flickr Major pin and axle shortage with these two sets. VTOL Heli-plane by CleverNiftyDude, on Flickr The stand,...barely stands, but I was able to get some cool banking shots,... as it slowly fell over. VTOL with Pilot by CleverNiftyDude, on Flickr Just happen to have a matching Technic Fig for scale,..Nice! Unfortunately my entry post will be pilot-less, as he is not part of either set. VTOL Cockpit by CleverNiftyDude, on Flickr A close-up of the pit, with assorted NF controls and interface. VTOL Top view by CleverNiftyDude, on Flickr Functions incude: Manual 90 deg. swivel of wings/props/landing wheels Manual tail fin rotation HOG prop spin. HOG Ratcheted rescue basket I think I'm going to try to get a few more photos before I enter it. Cheers.
  3. Here's my creation for the C-Model contest: Made from set 42026 and 42007 Inspired by the "side wheeler riverboats" of old found on the Mississippi river, I made this boat. If they had powerboats in the 1800's on the Mississippi river, I think this is what it would have looked like A grand total of 401 parts (including spare parts) to play with this is the result: Since I had some parts left over I added some details on top of the fake 2 cylinder engine. To utilize the springs I decided to make a little "bumper" out of the bow of the boat. Nobody likes their Lego crashing into walls after all, so this softens the blow a little. I think this is the first model I made where I didn't have enough black pins (as if any AFOL doesn't have enough of those ), luckily both sets provide plenty of blue 3L pins, but to not ruin the look of the model I tried to hide these as much as possible in the bottom of the boat. The "cloud of smoke" coming out of the exhaust pipe can move up and down. The "side paddler" wheels are attached to the mechanism that lowers and raises the "cloud of smoke". I also made a (very) short video demonstrating the model: In the end I had 22 parts (including the spare parts the sets provide) left over: Hope you guys like it and had a little laugh like I did making and playing with this
  4. Snorky Here is my entry for the Technic C-Model contest! Based on parts from set 42021 and set 42022 Parts available 600 Parts left over 100. Features: Snorkel Air Filter Working Engine Front Disc Brake Steering Wheels 2 Seats + 1 for Child Opening Doors Adjustable Headlights
  5. Hallo. I want to present to you my entry to [TC5]. Based on kirovec k700. Used technic sets 42021&8282 , total parts ~385 Functions: Working fake engine Articulated steering (kind of) The back of tractor is adjustable Adjustable cultivator Hope you like it !
  6. Entry name: Pod (Viper) C-model of: 9394 Functios: Raise and lower propulsors Openable hood Looks cool :D Images: You can check the model in LXF format in https://dl.dropboxus...Technic/pod.lxf
  7. Hi all, + = This is my entry into the C model contest - a Ferrari 458 Spyder. I wasn't going to enter this contest (as I don't own any post-2005 small models) but when I checked rebrickable (thanks whoever suggested that!), I found I had around 75-80% of the above models in my collection, and that was enough to go. Functions: HOG steering - Doors Folding Roof (the HOG is on the bonnet for two reasons - one, it doesn't work with a folding roof, and two - the two models above don't really contain parts to construct a horizontal steering column. Given the functions are minimal, I tried to get the details and scale as close as I can - front splitter, headlights, rear tail lights, exhaust, with interior. It is my first non-studded MOC - it took quite a few attempts to the get the chassis stiff enough. Apologies for the ordinary photos, I will try to improve. [Edit: the pesky "illegal" pin has been replaced with axle and bush. Photos now updated.]