Author Topic: The Great 4 Wide Truck Off!  (Read 2703 times)

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Offline Patrick

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Not a huge fan of the 4-wides myself but couldn't resist John's suggestion of a truck off ;-)  Had to have the air horns though!






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Beefy grill... mowability factor taken to the max! Cargo of suds for a CONVOY rubberduck

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Just need a trans am now to play Smokey and the Bandit in Lego

Offline Tom a.k.a. eastawat

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Son nevermind them brakes!

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A lady who likes carrots and black shiraz, She's also a mom so a mothertrucker you'd say! Lights ,bullbar flaming stack only problem is its a 4wide!

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The 4wide caused an accident ,luckily the 6wide came to the rescue. The 6wide might be a little bit bullyish

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That front grill looks devilish 👿 Great build John

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Stylised on the movie where all the trucks went on a human killing spree with AC\DC soundtrack and the new city stuntz theme(thankfully it's a 6wide truck)

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Here's my 4-wide truck! Featuring an extremely yellowed old 1x8 white brick still bearing an impressively hardy Octan sticker.

Might have to rebuild this in 6-wide one day, I really like it but it's too small for my city!








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Love the octan stripes and bonneted rigs are way more stylish, you could make a 4wide scrap yard or just say" these trucks are 4wide those trucks are far away! "

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Quote from: John
"these trucks are 4wide those trucks are far away!"

Brilliant! :D

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Quote from: John
"these trucks are 4wide those trucks are far away!"

I read that in my best Dermot Morgan voice, “small … far away”!

Excellent build Tom. As John said, love the bonneted rig. We’ll have to have a meet up and race them down a hill 😉

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Must put the pullback motor into the trailer ,3wide motor but would need a transfer wheel -maybe shouldn't divulge too much!

 

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