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G1 Transformer Huffer (mini figure scale / transformable) . I have finally finished the colour scheme of my G1 mini-bot Transformer - Huffer. It is at minifig scale and fully transformable. . Huffer - the first little truck I have built with Lego under mini-bot series. I do not know too much about its background, you can vist the following link if you are interested to know more about it. This time I have tried to limit its size as smaller as possible under vehicle and robot mode. The original design is just simply a plain truck without the towing unit. However, I included it just wanted to bring more functionality on it. The details of the vehicle include a pair of rear mirror and fuel tank on the sides, front ventilation for the radiator, a pair of head light and flog light installed at the front bumper, as well as the horns and the emergency signal lights on the roof. I used 2 different type of mudguard to create different shape, aims to produce a look not like the traditional lego truck, but a real truck model. There is a couple of exhaust pipe in the middle of the truck. A pair of break lights at the back. The control unit lever is located in the middle to manipulate the crank. The crane can lift up and down and turn around. It fits 1 minifigure only. I could make it to fit 2 if I made the ceiling higher, however I do not want to make the vehicle any higher. It works functionally the same as a wheel lift tow truck in reality. It uses a metal arm that slides around two wheels of the vehicle. Then activate a lift system that lifts the arms off the ground after secured the front wheels. The wheel lock position. The uninstall towing unit version of huffer. Get ready to transform! First of all, to extend the legs of the robot. Then turns out the exhaust pipe. They would became the robot's arms Lift up the vehicle cab. See another extend system from using Bar and Clip. The transformation process is basically quite similar to the original toy. Stood up position. I use a minifigure helmet for the robot's head. As a minibot, I think this way is still suibable. Finally, to push the vehicle cab unit back into the robot's body a bit closer. Transformation completed! Robot mode with crane and towing unit installed. See the scale of the Huffer in compare with Sideswipe. Thank you for watching!

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