The almighty Red Hauler traveled the Island for a long time and the harsh conditions took their toll on it. The time has come to use some new technology developed by Town tech science team and the Red Hauler Evolution was introduced.
About this creation
Big, slick and good looking... It is bound to turn some heads on its way down the road.
Ah yes, doors finally for better access to drivers cab.
The cab tilts backwards to reveal the engine and drive-train for maintenance. ...wow!
The view of the most powerful engine mounted into road vehicle on the Island.
-"Hey! What does this thingy do??" -"Yo dude!!? Just ...put that piece back okay!"
-"how do I get this cottage back down?" uuurgh!!! -"...push the button!..."
-"aha... ...geez this is high..."
-"groovy, I made it! Without fracture!!"
-"c'mon in! I'll give you a quick tour inside..."
-"aaah... ...the bed made for gods... ...and check out the seats, you can sit there for days straight!" "...okay to your left you see a flashlight a handy thing, the drawer with some cool stuff in it, and big screen plasma TV."
"I need to lie down a little, in the meantime you can check out equipment to your right. A big size fridge with bunch of yummy stuff in it, the coffee machine ...where the f... is my cup again!?? ...anyway you can also put stuff on top of the fridge, and above me you can see a bunk that can be used to stash clothes or illegal immigrants on it..."
"That's it guys gotta run! ...keep bugs off your glass and bears off your ass..."
Thank you all for comments. Many probably noticed that the cab tilts backwards. Now that is not because I wouldn't know that truck cabs mostly tilt forward but here it is done intentionally and the reason is practicality. Now this truck uses so called drive-by-wire technology and therefore no mechanical joint is needed from cab to chassis to control this thing, the wires can run anywhere and another reason is because of long cab it is easier to access engine from the front. Although the trailer must be uncoupled before tilting... There ya go, that should clear things up:)
It looks great with all the nice details and the shape is very convincing, too. Itīs just a little too big for minifig-scale in my opinion - the guy looks too small in comparison to the truck. I suggest 7-wide vehicles for minifig-scale trucks. Other than that, great job! Steffen
This is without a doubt my style in Vehicles! Huge 'n' Modern!! very nicely done my friend.. and you just added such a big ammount of details.. nice ones! just keep on this great level of work! >>> peace.. fofo