Builder Vince_Toulouse with another exceptional vehicle. This one looks like the result of a passionate night with a Blade Runner Spinner and a Tron cycle, with a tiny bit of art deco thrown in. And yes, if you’re inspecting that engine thinking “isn’t that a troll arm?” you are absolutely correct. This thing might struggle with corners, but who cares if you can roll down the street in such style.
I don't know much about large construction vehicles, but I can certainly appreciate when I pass one on the road. Colossal machines that in turn build colossal things just sort of blow my mind. And LEGO versions of these vehicles, especially built on the scale of this crane by builder LiftingBricks, are just as mind blowing. This thing is technically a work in progress, but so cool I just had to share. Click through for more details and tons more pics.
For the past week builder 6kyubi6 has been uploading an entire fleet of vehicles from The Simpsons as part of his "Springfield Project". All manner of conveyance is here, and there seems to be no end in sight, but after 26 seasons on the air there's plenty of material to draw from. My personal favorite is the U-Break-It van. Click through for many more as well as a whole slew of cool buildings as well.
Are you tired of zombies and/or wasteland raider ruining your camping trips? Then come on down to Stanley's PostApoc Rentals! At Stanley's we stock nothing to totally custom RVs and transports designed not only for a fabulous recreational experience, but for ultimate survival. We're not just taking about heavy armor and "pokey jabby" things, we're talking about state of the art defense, with a touch of luxury, like the Princess here designed by LEGO Will. So before your next trip out to the barren plains, come on down to Stanley's!
This is an impressive beast from builder curtydc. The scale and styling alone would be enough to make you go "whoa", not to mention all the support vehicles that accompany this massive vehicle, but add to that it's remote controlled and "whoa" just doesn't seem to cut it. Take a look at these stats...
- Six 118mm RC4WD Interco IROK 1.9 Scale Tires
- Two XL motors power the 6 wheel drive powertrain
- Two M motors power the 6 wheel steering
- Fully Independent Suspension with 12 Shock Absorbers (2 per wheel)
- Two Battery Boxes
- Two IR Recievers
- One Control Switch
- Lots of rubber bands, a couple feet of extension wires, and a lot of blue bricks.