6w, fits 2 figs. Openable doors, detachable roof. Rear suspension (very basic, a flexible axle). The main point here is the "bucket handle steering", which is - probably - new (see below). The sticker is from a Cars set (cut). Thanks for looking.
Thanks guys! @Frank: Congrats, now you are both my "50" (Mad Max Interceptor) and my "75 likes" man! :) It's the relatively new bucket handle BL 95344. This was built when I needed some rest from struggling with fenders ... I had some nightmares before, not with this one ;-) @White: Thank you! Same with me, so this was clearly an inspiration.
it s not until I red the comments that I noticed the missing fenders, I felt something missing, but, the curves, style, details, color scheme, the pro plaque, I was blinded by it s beauty, you re so close to perfection, you must lose sleep over this elegant solution, ...I would, but,it s still awesome!
I like it
November 14, 2012
Beautiful !>....I used to collect the Yesteryear matchbox cars.....so good !>.....well done
Many thanks guys, this is far beyond my expectations :) It's got more likes within a few days than the Corvette in half a year ... just can't believe it. @Gabor: Many thanks mate, glad to hear this! @Gerfy: Thanks a lot, glad you like it. Yeah, those were the days ... @Geoffrey: Many thanks!
Thanks a lot guys, I am quite overwhelmed by this reaction! @Jonas: Danke dir! Wär mal 'ne Maßnahme. Aber wenn du so weitermachst, muss die Legowelt noch eine Zeitlang auf den neuen Autobauer warten ... ;-) @Tom: Thanks! I'll do that. @Alex: Thanks a lot, glad to hear this from an advanced car builder of your skills. @Joe: Thanks a lot my friend. @Joonmin: Many thanks! @Andy: Nice to hear this from you! @SF: Thanks a lot. I've already seen your new stuff and will check it out soon! @Angka: Thanks a lot mate! @Boba: Many thanks! @Paul: Thanks. Oh yes, that would be nice! @Malte: Thx! @Vinny: Glad to hear this from you! @Nils: Many thanks for your nice comment buddy! @Robbie: Many thanks, glad to hear this! @Gonbei: Many thanks! @Nick: Many thanks! Yes, I have seen that ... :) @Starscream, Andrew, David, Mitchell, MG and Aaden: Thanks a lot guys! :) @Oran: Thanks. You are right, but I didn't want to add another color ... @LB Senior: Many thanks, glad you like it! @Marcel: Thanks a lot for your nice comment, I am quite flattered. I am not sure which one I'd choose, though ;-) @Henrik: Many thanks! I've used these nozzles: http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=60849 There are indeed some similarities between the truck and a hot rod (e.g. the missing fenders), but I doubt there were trucks like this turned into rods (it's not meant as a pick-up truck). But now there's an idea ... ;-) @somi tomi: Many thanks! @Sven: Glad to hear this from you, buddy! @Z: Thanks for your nice comment Chris, I am very flattered by this! @Lucky: Thanks a lot! @Mitchell: Glad to hear this! @Rolling: Thanks a lot! @Mihai: Many thanks! @Elk: Glad you like it! @Alex: Many thanks! :) @Hot: You're welcome! @Chris, Master Shifu Leo, Sinan, Hot, Loek: Many thanks guys! @Hot: It's the bucket handle http://www.bricklink.com/catalogItem.asp?P=95344
Well,Marcus, I must admit, this is outstanding. I already love vintage trucks and this creation made me love them even more. If i am truly honest,if i was driving this and a Ferrari Testarossa drove by, I'd be taking a laugh at the Ferrari. The truck is just SOOO awesome!!! :D :D : D
Very interesting. Especially the steering. The bucket-handles are easily identifiable, but what did you use as wheel-axles¿? I have one small problem with the MOC (which is excellent, but): it looks more like a 50´es hotrod...¿?
Wow, youre back with a really lovely built and fantastic detailed new Vintage Truck. Very clever idea with the steering. You did an excellent job with this wonderful Truck. I'm impressed again from your work my friend :)