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Many small MOCs . Small MOCs, parts of a big MOC. . The fishing boats are around 50 studs long. (minifig-scale) The red one is supposed to be from around year 1950. The blue one from around year 1990 (albeit based on the original older design) Some close-ups; The technique used to build these boats are of course the same as used in the Calypso and the Cutty Sark. These boats are quite small though, and is probably close to the limit of what this hull-technique is useful for... The car is supposed to resemble a 1959 chevrolet BelAir. The basic design is not my own, but inspired by models found on the net. There are so many that I dont know who to mention for original credit. -Anyway it also holds a lot of my own original work... -The same model as used in the "Olsenbanden" danish movies... The VW T1 (Bulli) is also not my own design, but based heavily on the model made by Richard Brown (also here on MOCpages) -So credit to him! The truck has no specific prototype, I just thought it looked cool. It is supposed to be from the 50´es or 60´es. The forklift is also free fantasy, but I´d say its style indicate that it is from the 90´es. I actually made a whole series of detailed instructions for this forklift! See the photos on brickshelf; Here´s a group-shot of the forklift and the truck, unloading a ship-motor; Some guys working; Some kids playing; "Bonus"-car; I wasn´t really going to add more cars to the MOC, but this one came out so well, that I will just HAVE to find room for it... Credit must of course go to ".Eti", whose work ( this car is based on! -Also a sneak-peek on the big MOC; Well, that´s all! This entry is a kind of WIP, or at least for you guys to know that I am still building, although I haven´t posted here for some time. My next contribution should be a big MOC, which all these small MOCs presented here are part of!

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