Whenever one of these behemoths passes me on the road I'm in awe. Humans sure can built some crazy big stuff can't we? But I think seeing this colossal MOC by Dirk Klijn in person would be equally awe inspiring. This is the culmination of over three and a half years of work, and it shows. With five S-Bricks controlling over 17 functions it's a workhorse as well. I can't wait to see video of this baby in action. Click through for loads more pictures including a lot of WIP.
Small car enthusiasts should recognize this baby, the Peel P50, the smallest production car ever produced. TopGear fans might remember this as the car Jeremy Clarkson drove to work, literally. And by to work I mean to the building, through the front door, up the elevator and into the usual trouble you'd expect him to get in. Builder vmln8r not only nailed the aesthetic in a small 8x16 size, he managed to cram full remote capability into it thanks to some power functions and an S-Brick. He even shared the LDD file of the chassis so you can build your own. Check out the video to see it in action.
I love when a MOC makes me go "wait, what?" That's the case with this awesome little forklift from builder mahjqa. The clean build and excellent pictures caught my attention, but I assumed it was just a nice Technic build, then I watched the video. This thing is a seriously agile and accurate little MOC, and the creative photography with Technic rigs is super impressive. The inclusion of the S-Brick makes it tablet controlled and the results are spectacular. And luckily for all of us the builder has shared the LDD file on his website as well, we can build our own!