Monday, June 17, 2013

42001 and 42005 B-models

While we, TBs crew members, were doing some messaging among ourselves, someone mentioned the B-models for sets 42001 (Mini Off-Roader) and 42005 (Monster Truck) maybe still unknown (likely).

I'm not sure whether this really the situation, but here they are anyway (just in case...).

As you can see, B-model for 42001 doesn't differ much from main model and it looks still a Mini Off-Roader.
On the contrary 42005 main and B-models have some substantial differences in appearance.

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