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Hello everyone !! This is my new Moc, a Custom 4x4 Pick-up, it isn't inspired by any real model, although it reminds me of some, but I don't know which one! I started some time ago to build a 4x4 where I used 2 RC Motors. To obtain good performance, I built it as a rc car ..... a chassis with a removable light silhouette that was mounted above it. It worked well, but I had some problems of interference in the system rc, and I was not able to make a good video without seeing an idiot running behind it at one meter away. So, waiting to buy two Lipo batteries, I decided to convert it to PF system (XL motors) and add some detail, since the first version was very simple to save some weight. So this is the result: It 'a 4x4 RC custom Pick up with three differentials and full independent suspensions. It has openable gull-wing doors via manual controls in the trunk, that's openable too, even the bonnet is openable with slowed opening. Under the bonnet, there is a fake working V8 engine with compressor on the top, some minor engine compartment details, like the battery or the radiator cap, and the complete exhaust lines. Even the interiors have a dashboard, pedals, gearbox command.... It uses a servo motor for steering and 2XL motors for drive. Lenght : 56 studs (44.8 cm) Width: 27 studs (21.6 cm) Height: 25 studs (20 cm) Weight: 2,1 kg I will add a video, hopefully during the Christmas holidays. I hope you enjoy! IMG_9672 by Lucio Switch, on Flickr IMG_9687 by Lucio Switch, on Flickr IMG_9695 by Lucio Switch, on Flickr For more and hi-quality pics take a look here: https://www.flickr.c...57649756711806/ or, for more info visit Mocpages: http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/402617
Hello folks, few weeks ago I presented my custom version of LEGO® set 10220 (VW T1 camper van), the “canvas pick-up” for road service. After having built it I decided to design and create the model that replaced it, the iconic VW T2, introduced in late 1967 and built in Germany until 1979. The T2 is also called Bay or Bay Window. The T2 has surely been the most loved van/pick-up by the surfers of all the world. So I placed two surfboards on the load compartment and I put close to it a classic LEGO® palm tree from pirates series. Here some pictures: Below: my T2 is in my garage for a check. Don't worry, the guys know where put their hands... Below: the the LEGO® T2 alongside the KOVAP T2. For more pictures, details and informations about my T2: flickr MOCpages VOLKSWAGEN T2 BAY - "SURFER PICK-UP" on LEGO IDEAS If you like my "surfer pick-up" vote it on LEGO IDEAS. With your support the T2 “surfer pick-up” can be made into an official set. It will be perfect on the shelf next to your VW T1 Camper Van and your Mini Cooper! You can make it happen, VOTE NOW! Thank you for your support! Norton74
Hello Normaly i'm not a city-builder, but this time i tried my hands on a vehicle. It's a little pick-up. My attention was on the details, so that a minifig don't fit in. As a newbie i'm very proud of my new blinker solution. Pictures also on MOCpages. I'm looking forward to some comments of car specialist. ;) Jonas