Sunday, June 27, 2010

Week TechVideo, 2010 #25 - 16 wheeled, a sort of Monster Truck

This week another video from Barry Bosman (barebos or barman).

A 16 wheeled kind of Monster Truck, strongly based on the Mad Masher Monster Machine toy from the 80´s according to the author.



It looks like a late entry for the June LEGO® Technic Challenge, now that the youngster entries are already available to vote and the adult entries also featured at LEGO® Technic Blog.


It is however not the first attempt do do it in a LEGO model, as you may see from this Amando Tanedo model at MOCpages.



Although I guess it is not functional (motorized) as the Barry's version is.

2 comments:

Nico71 said...

The fact is, that the ground clearance is really short. The ground is designed to be passable. But this is a great job !

Conchas said...

Yes Nico, I've looked at it also as a great job, but not as TrTr exercise.

That's why I've written "a sort of..." in the title.

Nevertheless the ground clearence issue, is just a matter of scale between the vehicle and the terrain where it goes. :)

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