After long nights and several bricklink orders I'm back, With a series of World War 2 era vehicles.
About this creation
I have been pretty inactive on MOC pages over the summer, The reason for this is that I've been working and helping the folks over at monitogo studios with the lego stop motion Zathan and Nathan. After reorganizing my lego collection I set out to design and build the most realistic ww2 era models out there. Now here is the third in my series, the 1952 M38A1 Willy's Jeep!
Now, the driving force in building this jeep came from Mudskipper 4, who demanded that I build it. I'm not complaining understand, I think it turned out really good, especially the front fenders.
The dimensions of the Jeep are 6 studs wide, 14 studs long (not including the spare tire) and 4 studs tall. (up to the hood)
A special thanks to Monica for the awesome photos!!
Well that's all for now. I will be revealing more vehicles and a BIG announcement... So stay tuned!
Hey, I like this! I've gotta say, it looks like you should put me behind the wheel, and then I'd be a driving force. Okay, okay, it was a weak pun, but not like this jeep, which is totally sweet! Keep 'em coming - oh yeah, you're doing that already...
I like this for several reasons; It's an obscure military model unknown to many today and the rounded features are quite difficult to master in lego form at this scale. I have noticed most Jeep creations (including my own) focus upon the "flat fender" models such as the M38 and earlier.
Ambitious and well executed!