Friday, November 28, 2008

The missing B-model, from 1H2009 sets

Thanks to our reader Ryan Welsh, who found this at, we have now the B-model for 8256 Super Kart, too!

I'm not sure about what it is, but probably a farm vehicle as some guessed in comments, to the previous post about the B-models subject .

Another small but nice looking model, taking the main model size in consideration.

It became now clear that this 8256 set, will also include one of the new "T-Beams" (see the rear side on the B-model image).
Probably we will get also anothe 9L axel in the rear axis from B-model too.

Some in the comments to this post and by mail too, have suggested it might be a Lawn mower or more exactly a Racing lawn mower.
Despite a different drive wheel, from those on the several images I've seen (some examples below).

Never imagined such vehicle to exist...

Last Update: 2008.Nov.28 1:38 GMT


Unknown said...

I think it's a racing lawn mower.

second picture on this link:


TechnicBRICKs said...


Thanks for suggesting.

Anonymous said...

Lol i was gona sugest a lawnmower... but i wouldnt guess there were racing lawnmowers lol

TechnicBRICKs said...

Cool, to see you here, Ricardo! :D

Anonymous said...

I think it's a weed sprayer. I know it sounds weird, but to me those things sticking out on the sides look like weed-killer-sprayer-thingys. Or it could just be a racing lawnmower :D


Anonymous said...

I Come here often just never got to leave a comment =p

Anonymous said...

Are those wheels/tires new? I have not invested in a smaller set for a while.

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