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  1. Few years ago I built dune buggy from set 42075 (First Responder)... I am back with second alternative model - Pullback Helicopter. It features opening windscreen, engine with moving piston and cool spring loaded mechanism for spinning rotors. It works similarly to pullback motor but it uses shock absorber to store energy for spinning. I took inspiration for this mechanism from Isogawa Yoshihito's book "LEGO TECHNIC Tora no Maki". I also built this model for TLCB Lock-Down Competition. Building instructions for both models are available at Any comments are welcomed.
  2. Inspired by official lego 42075 with enhanced functions:* HOG front wheel steering* rear and front suspension* opening hood, doors and back side compartments* flat 4-piston engine connected to rear axle* front winch with hook* rear fire hose* elevated boom with spotlight2 variants:* fire in unavailable area - big water tank* vehicle accident - small water tank + surveillance drone, traffic cones, water pumpExcept parts from 42043 set, you would need string53 pages of generated instructions (A4 landscape orientation) for both versions - sample on bricksafe
  3. Hello there! I used to have lots of bricks when I was a kid, but I left them at my parent's when I moved. Now that I have kids and nephews, I'm happy they can enjoy these when visiting their grandparents. On the other hand, that left me with very few stuff to build from. Now, when I want to build something new, I usually spot a set with interesting parts and start from there. The goal here was to build a fully suspended car with steering, differential and motor. The build had to be tough enough so my youngest (under 2 y.o.) could play with it. I bought set 42075 because it had a differential and nice panels and started from there. I lacked cardans, so the transmission has to go through a cascade of gears, making the rear train a bit bulky, but it works! I had a couple of spare motorcycle coils left from a 42036 set, which themed the build to a buggy. There, that's all for my first post here. Cheers!
  4. Let me introduce you my latest alternative model - Dune Buggy built out of set 42075 (First Responder). This buggy is my tribute to two special sets: 8829 (my very first LEGO set) and 8048 (the set that definitely ended my dark age). It features front axle steering, rear axle suspension, V2 fake engine and opening cab cage same as original models. I wanted to add differential but it would make engine block too high so it has just "one wheel drive". I hope you will like and any comments are welcome.
  5. Ce set est fait pour etre en RC ! pour le LXF : part 22921 = part 27940 ! - 1 moteur L - 1 servomoteur - 1 batterie AAA - 1 récepteur infrarouge