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Hello LEGO friends,
today I would like to introduce you to my Great Barrier Reef Truck.
This truck was also created about two years ago.
As a long-standing fan of trucks and animal documentary series
it was for me an absolute must this truck, in my view, three of the largest animal-nature filmmaker Australia, Malcolm Douglas "RIP", Rob Bredl and Steve Irwin "RIP", to dedicate And your great performance for the Australian plants and wildlife world.
The idea arose when I overtook a delivery van for aquariums and accessories on my way to work. It was painted like a giant aquarium.
I thought: * WOW this just with a piece of Great Barrier Reef and real fish!!! Ne that is not, but from LEGO that goes. *
And so I started to build this truck about two years ago.
The theme for this truck fits in my opinion very well to this three,
because I found that it is like an inner peace pole for them (was).
But this I did not realize until the truck was almost finished and I once again saw an episode * killer instinct * on the TV.
Here are some data from the three Messrs:
Malcolm Douglas RIP
Born: March 14, 1941: September 23, 2010
Australian animal filmmaker and crocodile expert
Documentary series: in the Bush with Malcolm Douglas
Born: July 18, 1950 (age 66)
Australian documentary filmmaker, wildlife owner and reptile specialist
Documentary series: Killer Instinct, Deadly Predators, And the Barefoot Bushman
Steve Irwin RIP
Born: February 22, 1962 Died: September 4, 2006
Australian documentary filmmaker, adventurer and zoo director
Documentary series: The Crocodile Hunter, Croc Files
I have a long time thought about whether I should put this truck online here.
I think it's the right decision.
In this project, my effort was to make the truck as realistic as possible.
With this model, I would like to enrich the Lego world to enlarge.
So that the little and big kids play with it, or can simply collect it.
If you like Australian, Trucks, Lego and the Great Barrier Reef?
So, please click on the support button.
Also commenting like the model.
Keep on building! ;-)