Tuesday, June 15, 2010

The B-model for 8053, was still missing

We had seen the B-models for almost every 2H10 Technic model a few weeks ago [1, 2].
Also some rumors that the B-model for 8053 would be an Harbor Crane, came-up at the time. Now that a member from SeTechnic located the images, we can finally see them.

Something not usual, at least!

There is also something about the motorization of the main model, with the kit 8293.

Thanks Anio, for the heads up!


Gavin said...

Ah, I think that you have the wrong model number in your post.

TechnicBRICKs said...

Yes, you were right!
I've corrected it meanwhile. Thanks for letting me know!

Anonymous said...

Okay, I was a bit on the fence about this one, given that the Excavator will be getting all of my attention when they eventually get released, but now I'm definately getting this.

The B-Model looks really unique and interesting and the fact that the A-Model can be motorised is an obvious bonus.

Almost makes me wish I hadn't just ordered the Front Loader, my wallet's gonna take a serious beating this summer :P

sqiddster said...

Trust me, the front loader is so worth it.

Regarding the crane, I wonder if there is enough space inside to get some serious driven RC going? time will tell.

Z said...

This may very well become the first Lego set I buy twice. If you told me that crane is a main model, I'd believe it.

Gav said...


Alex Campos said...

The B-model might not be the prettiest around, but I sure like it for its innovation, kudos for that!

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