Saturday, February 28, 2009

Week TechVideo, 2009 #09 - Tractors

Certainly you remember about one image for a new 2H2009 set, which basically is a re-edition of 8284 Tractor (Dune Buggy) set, with a few parts replacement, new color scheme and one trailer added.

Because since a few weeks, we have been highlighting MOCs which somehow touch the spirit of each new 2H2009 TECHNIC sets, I'd like to bring here your attention to an older MOC from Michael Andersch.
It is not the first time that MOCs form Michael, get highlighted here [1], [2] because of their functional details and realistic design.
His adapations to this Tractor are no exception and are very good complements to the new trailer (or vice-versa...).

Michael developed a series of functional accessories to his tractor and ended with his own and larger tractor (Class Xerion).

From left to right: Front Loader adaptation, swather and mower.

The Class Xerion, uses the same developed tractor accessories.

You may find full photo details, from Franzhe's BS folders [3] and [4].


Alex Campos said...

It seems everyone's favourite MOD platform, the 8294 Excavator, isn't the only target for creativity! All these modifications remind me of the 851 Tractor, which also had a plethora of possible attachments. Great!

MrJul said...

How much for the building instructions of your fantastic Claas XERION? :-D

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...

© 2007-2014 TechnicBRICKs
TechnicBRICKs contents may be sporadically updated, if the authors finds further relevant info about a certain post, or content/spell mistakes. Hence please don't be surprised if you find few changes at later visits, relative to a previous read.

TechnicBRICKs often shows other peoples' creations and/or images. We always try to credit the author(s) and link to their main publishing website, and if possible with their name in real life.
Since this is not always possible, we request that if you find something here that is yours or from someone you know, you leave a comment on the respective post and claim the authorship.

TechnicBRICKs is optimized for Firefox 16.0 and 1600x1200 resolution displays or wider.

LEGO® is a trademark of The LEGO Group of companies which does not sponsor, authorize or endorse this blog.
LEGO, the LEGO logo, the Brick and Knob configurations, the Minifigure and MINDSTORMS, are registered trademarks of The LEGO Group.
Original LEGO images are copyrighted by The LEGO Group and are used here in accordance with their fair play policy.
You can visit the official LEGO® website at