I love the MOC, use of classic wheels really makes the look. I wonder if you might consider entering it into the contest "Rides, Roads and Rods" going on over at TNVLC.ORG/Contests . There is only about a week left and there aren't very many people entered. We are giving away LEGO sets to the winners and I would really like to increase the competition a little and your truck would fit right in. I hope you and anyone who reads this reply will check it out and maybe enter a MOC!
Old skool tyres! I think my Grandparents had some of these in the loft (no joke!). I prefer the yellow and red 'Rust eze' version, but this has a certain Bugsy Malone quality to it : ) 5 stars, another great vintage build
Thanks a lot guys! @Malte: Thx! @Sven: Thanks mate! @Nils: Thanks buddy! Well, you should change it from time to time so it doesn't get too comfy ;-) @Topsy: It's not meant for construction purposes or what do you ... oh, I see ;-) @Elk: Many thanks! @El Barto: Thanks! Oh, there were lots of barrels, now there is something different. A lot of business going on here with those guys ... ;-) @Anders: Thanks a lot! @David: Thanks! Ooh, that sounds nice, but those lights ... will think of it. @Parrington: Thanks! @Vinny: Glad you like it! @Aaden: Thanks, bud! @Joe: Thanks! I really had a hard time building the three of them, but now there are some Christmas gifts ;-) @Steffen: Many thanks! I am quite biased, I must say ... @James: Many thanks! Sorry, I don't work with LDD. But there is at least the LDD file Dean0Rama has made of the Cop Car, see http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/300219 and a breakdown of the Corvette over on Flickr . If there are specific questions feel free to send me an e-mail (see homepage). @Dean: Thanks! Oh, I won't tell what's in the bag ... @Henrik: Thanks! Well, those machines know very well what we are interested in ... @Chris: Many thanks! @Lucky: Thanks a lot! @Marcel: Many thanks! @Harry: Glad you like it! Well, you wouldn't like what is in there, I think ... ;-)