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Wrecker Group 5
Group of 5 wreckers from light to heavy duty towing. Individual folders available for each truck.
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 I like it 
  March 10, 2010
Great looking trucks!!! I know all about the Ohare towing company and the TV series wrecked!
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  December 4, 2009
Quoting Hunter Tastard-Homer Hi, I'm wonder if you'd be willing to sell any of these, I'm interested in your rotator mainly. If you are willing to sell them please e-mail me at hundanth @ hotmail.com
Im sorry, but currently none of my creations are for sell. I put on public displays with a my LEGO club and most have not been on display. Most parts are available in the current LEGO sets.
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  December 4, 2009
Hi, I'm wonder if you'd be willing to sell any of these, I'm interested in your rotator mainly. If you are willing to sell them please e-mail me at hundanth @ hotmail.com
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  November 14, 2009
Quoting Thomas N That big one must be able to tow semis! I've never seen one that big. Again, excellent work. ~T
If you go to the Speed Channel web site you can watch the show Wreckers and see them in action.
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  November 14, 2009
That big one must be able to tow semis! I've never seen one that big. Again, excellent work. ~T
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  November 14, 2009
Quoting Thomas N Great work man, these all look great. One question though, do they have working steering, or at least joints? Because otherwise, how will those long trucks manage to drive through Lego city streets. ~T
No working steering or articulating joints just pure imagenation.
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  November 14, 2009
Great work man, these all look great. One question though, do they have working steering, or at least joints? Because otherwise, how will those long trucks manage to drive through Lego city streets. ~T
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  November 13, 2009
I saw a truck on the road yesterday that was quite possibly the longest truck I've seen with only two axles in the rear. It looked like it needed some support in the middle, but that didn't slow it down as it towed a bus on the freeway. You build the highest fidelity trucks of this type on this site. They're amazing. Regards Ken, Eric.
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  November 13, 2009
Quoting Eric and Lawson B Great family photo Ken. Proves you don't build and destroy. I look forward to each of your creations. I'd love to see some of your stuff in person. Regards, Eric.
I rotate my models in my club displays, I keep all that I build and only enhance them as new parts or colors come available. If you ever make it to Cincinnati, I think it could be arranged.
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  November 13, 2009
Quoting Steffen Kasteleiner The biggest one seems a tad too long for having only 4 axles - maybe add a second front axle to it?
Hi, Steffen, thanks for the comments. Will as you know we like things big over here on our side of the pond. I have pictures of a truck like mine and it is long and I have pictures with a extra front axle. In either case they are both long and flex there muscles. Ken
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  November 12, 2009
Great family photo Ken. Proves you don't build and destroy. I look forward to each of your creations. I'd love to see some of your stuff in person. Regards, Eric.
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  November 12, 2009
Now that is a nice fleet of trucks! Love the colors you used.
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  November 12, 2009
Very nice, Ken! I especially like the "flatbed one" and the second largest of your wreckers. The biggest one seems a tad too long for having only 4 axles - maybe add a second front axle to it? That might be better looking then. Other than that, great job! Now you can build a giant car repair shop and scrapyard where they´re parked and maintained... I used to love building these scrapyard/car repair shop buildings when I was younger. So much fun to play with, especially cause I illuminated them with 12V lights in order to play at night. Even had a shunting train track going in the yard and ending inside of one of the yard's halls... Anyways, bye bye! Best regards, Steffen
 
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