Quoting James Kontoules
all my trucks are done! maybe a last simple 4 wheel truck for delivery to the hardware store and that s it,i associate buildings with vehicles and they re all done,expect me to finish my buildings, then i ll do cars for races,i m dreaming of a semi for race car transport with big glass panels on the trailer, but, i m not sure i ll ever do it, i wouldhave bought the red semi with the windmill to do it, as it also comes with a yellow pick up. but, i think they don t sell it anymore so... we ll see.
thanks for your visit and comment james.
Commander Neyo Unit 8826/ Spartan U60 and the Lego Orange County Fire Authority
November 30, 2010
Irvine Lego City 592 would be happy to accept any waste or recyclables your city may have. Any waste would be sent to a transfer station to salvage more waste fpr recycling while recyclables would obliviously be sent to a recycling center.
Very nice, I see you've been looking into heavy haul. Nice super-B! (Two trailers connected together behind a tractor) I've been planning a trailer like this for a while. And now, I actually have some free axles and plates (*appears to be innocent*) to build with! I'm torn between whether to build another truck or another trailer. Maybe a black truck. Good work, I wanna see more trucks from you!
Awsome rig but i also agree with Andrew a steerable rear axle would be very use full, if you want a example take alook at USA tiller ladder units the have the same thing in the back and let me tell you its a great advantage for city streets-Paulo R.
This is brilliant. I love a good truck and this ticks all my boxes. Great detailing with the chains and bins, and the colour coding. A mad big rig. Great stuff. Maybe putting a steerable rear axle might help it with corners.