Sunday, May 23, 2010

More B-models for 2H10

Anio from SeTechnic, just warned me about more B-model images poping in the forum.

This time we have:

  • A Chopper, as alternative for the Motorbike (8051).


  • A Truck for longer loads, as alternative for the Container Truck (8052). 


If I already loved the Motorbike, now I'm delighted!
Like someone suggested in the post for the 8043 B-model, here also seems that we may have finally got the 11L axle.
However I am bit wondering about the used color code. Half-bush size difference at each side, and it will be a 12L axle instead.



As for the truck, I would have not much to say about this alternative model...


Now it rests to wait and see which alternative model, the Mobile Crane (8053) will bring us.

5 comments:

Junkstyle Gio said...

This might be the first time that i will buy a set twice: the B-model for the 8051 looks awsome indeed.

grohl said...

IMHO the chopper loooks much better than the original model.
8052 would be great especially for the panels in new colours.

Anonymous said...

I am not a fan of motorcycles, but I already thought about buying the 8051 because of it´s look. But after seeing the B-Model, I surely will buy it!

Anonymous said...

The Chopper looks really awesome.
I guess I will also buy two 8051 even though I'm not a bike fan. :)

Anonymous said...

I told you that the 8053-B model is a port crane !!

=> http://img3.imageshack.us/img3/1189/20025733l.jpg

And here is the A-model with the #8293 kit :

=> http://img10.imageshack.us/img10/5356/20025732l.jpg

Anio

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