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7635 Mod
The 7635 4WD with Horse Trailer is one of my favourite 2009 City sets. I have build several mods of the the car since the set came out.
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This one is the latest version and comes with a modified trailer too.

Here is a short description of the modifications I have done.


4WD modifications:

  • Reworked interior (2nd seat, studless using tiles and panels)

  • Rebuild front und rear

  • Tweaks on the roof


Trailer modifications:

  • Smaller wheels with extra fenders

  • Minor tweaks on roof, rear and base


Here are some pictures for direct comparison.



Let me know what you think of it, if you like.

Here is a quick screenshot of the interior as requested by Rooster.

Interior




Comments

  January 17, 2012
cool
Sleepie Builder
Shaun Mercer
  February 3, 2011
yh nice work check out my mods of this, i created 2 police vehicles and a military snatch landrover from that set
Sleepie Builder
Shaun Mercer
  February 3, 2011
check out my landrover http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/242818 this is also a mod of 7635
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  October 9, 2010
Quoting someone posting ok this mod made me realise that you can mod this set to be whatever u need it to be! great mod!
Thanks for your kind words. This is my 5th mod of this set. If you're interested in other versions you might want to check out my brickshelf folder (http://www.brickshelf.com/cgi-bin/gallery.cgi?f=368029) with a few older mods. Last weekend I build number 6 which has doors and other features, but no pictures yet.
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  October 9, 2010
ok this mod made me realise that you can mod this set to be whatever u need it to be! great mod!
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  October 1, 2010
Quoting Radioactive Rooster Thanks!
You're welcome :)
  September 30, 2010
Thanks!
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  September 14, 2010
Quoting Radioactive Rooster Sure, why not!
I have added two picture to the fire rescue pickup (http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/223260). Hope that helps. Happy building
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  September 13, 2010
Sure, why not!
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  September 13, 2010
Quoting Radioactive Rooster Thanks! I didn't know whether to put 1-stud jumpers in or put them together.
You're welcome. Here I did it the simple way, because imho it looks just better with two seats, even if you don't place to minifigs inside. If you want a picture of the fire rescue pickup interior, where I used jumper plates, just let me know.
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  September 12, 2010
Thanks! I didn't know whether to put 1-stud jumpers in or put them together.
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  September 12, 2010
Quoting Radioactive Rooster Very nice! Could you post instructions for the seating of the interior? I would like to make mine hold 2 minifigs aswell. Or if you don't want to make instructions, some good interior pics would work too. Thanks, Rooster...
Hi Rooster, thanks for your interest. Well there is nothing special about the second seat. It's just build directly beside the other one. So if you place two minifigs inside its getting very tight and one fig must lift up its arm to get them placed beside each other. I'll add some additional pictures to show you how the interior is build.
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  September 12, 2010
Very nice! Could you post instructions for the seating of the interior? I would like to make mine hold 2 minifigs aswell. Or if you don't want to make instructions, some good interior pics would work too. Thanks, Rooster...
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  September 5, 2010
Quoting Angka Utama Clever choice of smaller wheels for the trailer, makes it look more realistic.By the way, I like the fresh color of the background too.
Thanks, yes the wheels on the trailer were just too big imho. I have tried about a dozen background colors and this one was the best looking one (till now ;-)
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  September 5, 2010
Quoting M Masaki Very nice! What do you use to render the models? It looks like you use POVRay. If you do, I would suggest that you use LDView as well if you don't use it already. It helps with setting and previewing camera angles before rendering. It would help with centering the renders.
Yes, I use LDView + Povray for rendering and a simple image editor for finishing (re-sizing, converting etc.). I'm still not totally satisfied with my current render results, but only have limited time at the moment to experiment with different render options and so on. Thank you for your comments.
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  September 5, 2010
Clever choice of smaller wheels for the trailer, makes it look more realistic.By the way, I like the fresh color of the background too.
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  September 4, 2010
Very nice! What do you use to render the models? It looks like you use POVRay. If you do, I would suggest that you use LDView as well if you don't use it already. It helps with setting and previewing camera angles before rendering. It would help with centering the renders.
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  September 1, 2010
Quoting Angka Utama I'm afraid I'm not too familiar with this model.Maybe you can point out the changes you've made in the introduction.
Good point. I'll add some detail information about the mods. Thank you
  September 1, 2010
I'm afraid I'm not too familiar with this model.Maybe you can point out the changes you've made in the introduction.
 
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