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Hello LEGO friends,
Starting from today I’m gonna delight you with Monster Truck’s.
My passion for fancy vehicles is quite obvious, isn’t it? :-)
Well, eventually it’s fun to create new stuff and recreate old ideas.
But now to the two monster trucks:
Ice Cream Man
Ice Cream Man is a custom Dodge monster truck driven by Roy Pridgeon out of Paisley, Florida. The truck was built in 2011 and completed for the first time in 2012. Over its short time the truck has become a hit with fans across the country for its unique paint scheme.
Dennis Anderson came up with the concept for Grave Digger back in 1981. Originally built out of an old Panel Wagon and parts that he scrounged from junkyards, Grave Digger as of today has grown by leaps and bounds. No longer do the trademark red headlights come off of old school buses, and the paint job has changed from a dull orange to the famous green and black flame motif we see today. Grave Digger is one of the most decorated Monster Jam trucks in the world and Anderson has won four Monster Jam World Finals championships, capturing the racing title in 2004 and 2006, and the freestyle title in 2010 and 2000.
of a monster truck:
- Height: approx. 3 to 3.5 m
- Width: approx. 3,8 m
- Weight: approx. 4 - 5 t
- tire diameter: approx. 1.50 m
- Tire weight: approx. 400 kg
- Power up to: approx. 2000HP / 1471 kW
In this project, my effort was to the make it as realistic as possible.
With this model, I would like to enrich the Lego world so that the little and big kids can play with it… or can simply collect it.
If you like buses and Lego
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Keep on building! ;-)