Tuesday, January 28, 2014

...and here the new Customized Pickup Truck

Also from Nuremberg Toy Fair 2014 off course, the first video from the new 42029 Customized Pickup Truck, by Hobbymedia.

Again a few short comments to eventually detail later:
  • No 4WD.
  • HoG steering.
  • Rear tipper.
  • Front winch, probably one could motorize it extra PF Motor set.
    Probably driven by the gear under the left door.
  • 6x2 steering arm (57515) at front axis.
  • Some new parts in the rear axis (kind of C-frame!?)
  • 4 wheel suspension
  • 9x 1x5x11 red panels (quite rare nowadays)
  • 2x 1x3x11 panels, now in red too
  • 3x 3x11 curved panels (new mold with 10 holes) now also in red color.

Enjoy the red!


Alessandro Bartoli said...

Not bad! I would say original mix of offroader and pick-up. I like it. Original colour too, all red..

TechnicBRICKs said...

In fact quite better then I was expecting from the images I had seen before. :)

crowkillers said...

Wonder if this has a 6 cylinder engine or a 4 like the 8081 "Extreme" cruiser...?

crowkillers said...

Also as someone at Eurobricks mentioned, nothing like displaying a model for promotion and not displaying it properly.. Talking about the side mirrors...

crowkillers said...

Ok, I see, it has a V6 in it...

Unknown said...

This one looks a real beast! I hope there is a lot of new pieces there and the range or red pieces seems quite nice, especially since i don't got that many.

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