Sunday, March 6, 2011

Week TechVideo, 2011 #09 - Small Buggy

Today Guillaume (GuiliuG or lego7777777), a builder from Belgium, presented his Small Buggy at EB.



It steers via the steering wheel, features a rear working engine and full suspension.
Very nice and simple for the overall size. Well done!

See more at GuiliuG Brickshelf folder.

5 comments:

Steven said...
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Anonymous said...

At first look I think this is unseen set 8081 extreme cruiser :D.I hope we see extreme cruiser as soon is possible.

toa-of-justice said...

That's a nice little model! I wonder if the mysterious Extreme Cruiser would be anything like it.

My only major complaint is the rear panels that stick out beyond the headrest when the rear suspension is compressed--if the driver hit a bump, he'd be hurt badly! :(

Otherwise, I really like this model! :)

-Toa Of Justice

Guillaume said...

Thanks for sharing my creation Conchas ! I'm a little surprised to see you prefer it to my forklift because this small buggy has nothing special in my eyes^^ But i shoud maybe stop denigrate me, it's one of my big problem.

Sorry for my bad english and again one time, thank you !

GuiliuG

Conchas said...

@Guillaume

In fact I was considering to post the forklift, at a first instance.
But as you stated and asked opinion at EB, it is a fixed position video and at some periods the model is out of the framework, which I didn't like.
So here you have one opinion. ;)

Then I decided for the Buggy, which is also a great model. :)

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