Saturday, October 25, 2008

Still the new 1H2009 TECHNIC sets, at LEGOWORLD 2008

As you know, the new TECHNIC sets for 1H2009, were publicly shown for the first time, at LEGOWORLD 2008 in Zwolle (NL).

Next to them, there was a video from TLG, which goes through each model and its main functions.
Below the register, I made for you (a TBs reader called my attention for a similar video at YouTube, but this one here includes all the new models).




Below also a few more photos for some of these models (8261, 8262 and 8264), with different close-ups.


From left to right: Monster Truck front wheel steering; Quad-bike motor close-up;
Dumper Truck photo showing where the less obivous 'T-Beams' are (4 in total, just for the rear side).


For those who wanted to know whether the new Dumper Truck (8264) got a piston motor under the bonnet or not, here you have the picture...




No, it doesn't!
There is something inside that seem to be BIONICLE parts, but which I wasn't able to identify at the time...
With the help of Ryan we think there is good chance for being these.

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