Eurobrick’s Town Moderator Rick has created this very classy roadster in panda colors (yeah, that’s black and white…) for Pandora Panda. Look at those sleek lines and nice details, such as the hood ornament, the folded down top cover, the red leather seat, opening doors. Not to mention that the color lines perfectly match that of a Panda.
He has also created a scene for it with the Fabuland figures cheering on the racing roadsters. Go check out all the funny little details of that scene, and more pictures of the roadster on Eurobricks.
Henrik Hoexbroe has created a lovely diorama of a French town – Royville – in the 1960s. It features – among others – an art-deco style petrol station, a Citroën car dealer, a hotel, and a train station. It’s very much ‘alive’ because of the many little scenes and Henrik’s brilliant car MOCs.
These vehicles are sleek and ingenious, utilizing a classic 4-wide standard. The truck, of course is wider, but it all fits in with that Classic Town feel. Check out all 8 vehicles and join in the discussion on Eurobricks.
Model Team master MOCcer Lasse Deleuran has always liked to create both sweet 1:25 trucks and smaller editions of those. This time though he’s gone one step further with minifying his vehicles – all the way down to minifig scale.
A couple of weeks ago he showcased this great MAN TGS 8×4 cement truck with built-in Power Functions used – yes, you guessed it – to make the drum do the wobble (among other things).
Rotate that funky drum boy!
Now he’s gone ahead and shrunk the blue truck so that it can help with minifig-scale construction as well. No Power Functions this time – but Lasse claims it’s still capable of throwing around GBC balls as its big brother did. And let’s be frank here, if your cement truck can dispense balls, why would you ever need to ask for more?
Drum is shrunk, but still funky.
Lasse has been pretty busy lately, also building a 6-wide Octan truck and providing his 2008 Coca Cola truck with a minified edition. He is still one man short of forming his very own Blue Man Group though, so I’d suggest a microscale cement truck next…