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1932 Ford 5-window Coupe (trial truck)
About this creation
My second TrTr vehicle.

Features AWD, FW steering, front independent suspension, rear live axle, motorised fan.

Driven by two PF M motors geared down 15:1, steered by one M motor geared down 9:1.

Scaled 1:13.

The rear axle turned out to be a catastrophe so it never entered any race and I didn't even film it indoors.















This is the first try of the engine scoop:

Engine scoop

Thank you!



Comments

 I like it 
  November 24, 2011
What a lovely shape! The colours are fantastic too. Very bright. The wheels are also good. Oh, I give up - Everything about this is great!! :D
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  October 28, 2011
OK, this didn't even look like LEGO...
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  October 16, 2011
ravishingly beautiful!
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  October 12, 2011
Quoting space potato 4 very nice idea, but how did you make the wheels?
Thanks. Off Roader wheels (94.8 x 44 R) with some dishes (radars).
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  October 12, 2011
very nice idea, but how did you make the wheels?
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  October 3, 2011
That's pretty cool!
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  October 1, 2011
Fantastic idea.Never seen a trial truck like this:-)
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  September 30, 2011
Cool man! I love the way you did the flames and exhausts! Great MOC :-)
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  September 29, 2011
Really Nice shape, but, once time again, why did you do it like a monster truck?!
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  September 28, 2011
This one definately deserves fibe smilies from me (and even more). Very nice and unque idea putting a rod on those mosterwheels!
Marin Stipkovic
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Preston the insane Petrolhead
  September 27, 2011
great! but hot rods and monster trucks dont seem to mix well, maybe you should make a regular trophy truck body, the rear axle looks like it would just flop around, so what if you did a double wishbone suspension or kept that axle and added rubber band or shock absorbers for tension to keep the axle level. cool! 5/5!
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  September 27, 2011
I love how the body turned out. You captured the shape very well.
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  September 27, 2011
awesome!
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  September 27, 2011
Spectacular! Funny with the old-school windows.
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  September 27, 2011
Lovely! I want one!
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  September 27, 2011
Love you custom body works on trtr chassis. Keep up the good work!
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  September 27, 2011
Great looking monstertruck!
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  September 27, 2011
Great way to give your TT a decent looking body that doesn't weigh too much. Fantastic build
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  September 27, 2011
The back axle might have been a failure, but the whole MOC still looks epic! 5 stars
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  September 27, 2011
Shame about the rear axle but it looks so good. Great job on the paint job.
  September 27, 2011
Live axles are tough business, I would know. It took 3 before I got one to work on my 2nd Trial truck. The front and car body are splendid. Nice to see a small but working detail in the actual "car".
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  September 27, 2011
Quoting Vibor Cavor The only thing that kind of looks like it's been added quickly is that battery box. It really sticks out. ;))
And it really was added quickly and without much planning. :D
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  September 27, 2011
I was amazed when I first saw it. It looks even better in real. It looks very cartoonish. Like you did it after a character in, for example Pixar's Cars movie. As for the performance I know the feeling after you find out it just doesn't work like you wanted it to. Oh, well, for the next race I am sure you will get it right. The only thing that kind of looks like it's been added quickly is that battery box. It really sticks out. ;))
 
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