The P series is recognizable by very low and short cabin with flat roof, mainly to reduce weight, and to be able to tow a trailer with, lets say, load of which sections has to go over the trucks cabin.
This version of mine is sleeper type, which means, it has bed behind the seats.
The Lego Model:
Scale is 1/13
It has two XLs for drive, 1 M for steer and is covered with tiles to achieve smooth look.
It has tiltable cab and openable doors, and detailed interior.
It is powered bu one new rechargeable Lego battery box, which is located opposite of the fuel tank.
Driveshaft is very strong and detailed, it has to be so it can take the two XLs torque.
It has metallic silver wheels, with 24x43 tires, lots of curved parts
This project was part of some bigger one, which was never finished, due to extremely cost of needed parts, so I opted for a tractor truck,
Weight: 4 kg
For the part in the U-Joint, that is a Technic, Axle Connector Hub with 4 Bars, put this in Bricklink search.
For the back tires, yes, there are only single tire, I saw that after taking pictures.
And yes, this truck was on Lowlug, it was part of the much bigger project, but I never managed to finish it, due to monstrous parts cost.
So I built a tractor instead.
Good truck, i agree with Kirpis that it could use the double wheels in the back, or make it a 4x2. The grille is done very well, i think that is the hardest part of the Scania cabin. With a bit more detail invstments you have a winner here. I only wonder... haven't i seen this one as a crane on lowlug before?
Does it looks just for me so or is there actualy single tyre instead of duble tyre at rhe rear wheels?? But the truck is impressive. However, I would like more pics of specific details, for instance, interior, when cabin turned down and some other features. This is very interesting and realistic model to pay more atention.