It uses 3 lights, 2 xl motors, 2 switches, a battery box, and a medium motor. It doesn't work that well, because it's wheels go out from the center under the weight of the battery box and frame. The chassis by itself was somewhat successful though, so I give it a 3 out of 5 myself. It took about 2 days to build, and I didn't have all of the right pieces to finish the frame. But it looked alright in the end. The top part holds all of the stuff as well. The chassis was able to fall about 3 feet without breaking, but the frame was basically destroyed from it.
Quoting MortalSwordsman .
Haha. A 3 ft drop test!!! - you are brave. If I did a 3 ft drop test with my mocs I would be searching for pieces for weeks :D. It has the character of a short wheel base land rover
Lol. I was looking forward to making it a land rover, but I thought it would be too difficult with my technic pieces. I don't have a lot of bricks with the same colors, so yeah.
Quoting Ape Fight
As a Technical bit of engineering, nice job. Aesthetically not so nice! A very sound first attempt though - a good basis for the next tidier version. I agree with your verdict- 3/5 : )