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Ngoc Nguyen posted a topic in LEGO Technic, Model Team and Scale ModelingFrom promobricks.de: Apparently, this year's monster trucks with pull-back motors also sold very well. the third of the small series appears with the Monster Jam Megalodon . Of course, the LEGO model also has the light blue shark as a structure. There are a number of sharp teeth above the wheels. The model is again equipped with a pull-back motor. The set costs 19.99 euros and consists of 260 parts. Set number: 42134 Name: Monster Jam Megalodon Number of parts: 260 Release date: January 01, 2022 RRP: 19.99 euros As a counterpart to the Megalodon, LEGO will be offering the Monster Jam El Toro Loco next year. In terms of design, this truck is a bit more boring. It's orange and has two huge horns on the roof of the car. The model is again equipped with a pull-back motor. The set also costs 19.99 euros, but consists of 247 parts. Set number: 42135 Name: Monster Jam El Toro Loco Number of parts: 247 Release date: January 01, 2022 RRP: 19.99 euros
Hello to all! Today I want to show you my newest model - El Toro Loco Pull&Back model Watch the video firstly! Model was built special for "LTR Monster Jam " contest by "Lego Technic Russia" community Model took 2nd place! So many great models were in the contest... When I was building the model, I tried to keep some requirements: Model should be robust enough to withstand crashes Model shouldn't have overloaded design Because of Pull&Back entity... In result we can see this model - robust, easy to play model. As for me, I find model pretty nice :) It's good when you like your model, I think. I tried to recreate main design principles of the real monster truck: flame orange body, bull-like front body shape, teeth line, vivid stickers. Also would be great to keep some other design rules, for example - descending body line. Also there is some imitation of the suspension. Some words about features: Except the main function - drive via Pull&Back motor, there is another feature - removable body. To be honest, it is a bit tricky process. I created a free pdf instruction - find it on Rebrickable: https://rebrickable.com/mocs/MOC-76808/ArsMan064/el-toro-loco-pullback-model/#details Full gallery see on BrickSafe: https://bricksafe.com/pages/ArsMan064/el-toro-loco -------------------------------------- Thank you for the reading!