Russian Monster

Lego Maz 7907This incredible vehicle is a MAZ 7907, built in the 1980s to transport Russian missiles. It was propelled by over 1200bhp, had 24 wheels (all driven), and was more than 28 meters long. Only two were ever built, and thankfully never used for their intended purpose. Only one of the two remains, with the other machine cannibalised to supply parts for the first.

The spectacular recreation of the MAZ 7907 in the picture above is the work of Polish builder Patryk Walerzak. Weighing in at 5.3 KG and at nearly 1.5 meters long,  Patryk’s version is one of the largest Technic creations we’ve ever seen. Inside the monster chassis are 6 Power Functions motors and over 100 gearwheels. Because this awesome machine really works. To find out more visit the Eurobricks discussion page or the Brickshelf gallery.

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One thought on “Russian Monster

  1. thirdwigg says:

    This is a great choice for today. I great model by a rising builder.

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