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Hello everyone I want to show off my recent small scale build. The model uses 30.4x14 wheels, has Mini Piston V10 with a full size differential which needed to be shifted due to the size of differential body gear being more than the size of the wheels, working steering wheel and a knob on the roof, opening doors and fairly detailed interior and finally open'able engine cover. You can see detailed explanation on ideas platform (please support if you like it): https://ideas.lego.com/projects/2640e770-47e9-4c84-a68b-81578f7208dc Here's how the engine sounds: I'm going to build a red version this week as well. If there's enough interest on the ideas platform, I'll try to figure out how to release instructions. Also if you have any ideas on how to improve the body, especially the front lights and bumper, feel free to hit me with your ideas :)
Hello, everyone! I was so impressed by Elon Musk's presentation of Tesla's brand new pickup, that I immediately have made a Lego recreation of CyberTruck! Here it is: It is full RC. 2XL for driving and a lot of other motors for functions. These propellers were the only possibilty to make smth like the original hexagonal wheelcaps. Interrior is filled with wires, but I tried to recreate some important parts like: -Big screen -Foldable third front seat -White dashboard -Wierd steering wheel Tailgate is made out of two parts. One tilts back down and another slides down for a Tesla Quad to get inside easier. Suspention is ajustable via 2L motors one for each axle. All doors can be opened with a help of a big amount of levers and gearworms. Video is here and I recommend you to watch it: Thanks for watching!
Hi there! We'd like to show you our last "work", based in one of our favorite models, the Kaneda's Bike. It's just a revision of the bike built 7 or 8 years ago but, also represents our new way to feel this hobby...we need to extend and to complete the experience. Not only we want/need to play, also we want to explain and show all the details of the process...and pay tribute to the creator of AKIRA, Katsuhiro Ōtomo. The best way we know...a Book! It's rare, we feel that we need more and more...but, at the same time, less and less... ...ummm, well...so-so-sorry!!!, we mean more and more...BRICKSSSS!!!!! We hope you like it: More pictures here: http://www.flickr.co...s/arvobrothers/ Cheers, Arvo