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4 Wide "Longnose Cab" with Reffer (Mini Random Box) . This is an 18 wheeler I built using parts from my Mini Random Box. Most of you have seen my regular Random box before this is the same concept only smaller. . A tiny back story: I threw together this mini Random Box shortly before Christmas to take with me to Oregon (I wasn't even going to try to check my full sized RB). The concept was the same, a box of unsorted parts to take with me so I could build LEGO away from home. I think I might have had more fun with the Mini RB then the full sized one (I was a little less random in choosing parts this time around). The truck: I don't really know what kind of truck it is, I based it on one of the trucks from a trucking simulator I have,(a Whiplash as the game calls it, lol!) I chose the name "Longnose Cab" as that is what this type of truck is called in Burnout 3. The trailer is just a standard refrigerator trailer. Features: I'm not one of those crazy good 4 wide builders so don't expect opening doors or anything. All it really has is a working stand for the trailer, but I am pretty happy with the fact that it actually has 18 wheels (sorta, the wide rear wheels count as 2, OK)! Pictures: A race car my cousin Natalie built. Unused parts. The future: Nothing, this MOC has been scraped, it was cool, and I did drive it around some, but mostly it was just a doodle build while I was on a trip.


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