Honey, I Shrunk the Unimog

Lego UnimogThe Elves, told yesterday to include more oranges in their diet, have taken the advice to heart and as such one of them brought this back to The Lego Car Blog office today. Promptly rewarded with an orange Smartie (they’re the best kind) the happy Elf has wandered off to find other orange things and we’re free to elaborate on this rather brilliant creation.

The work of [Maks] on Flickr, it’s a Town scale replica of LEGO’s own superb 8110 Mercedez-Benz Unimog set, to date the largest and most complex Technic set produced. [Maks] has recreated visually all the working aspects of the 2,048 piece Technic original, right down to the grab attachment on the rear-mounted crane. To see more of this superb mini-‘Mog click on [Maks] name, and you can read The Lego Car Blog’s review of the 8110 Technic set via the hyperlink above or by typing ‘8110’ into the Search function at the foot of this page.

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6 thoughts on “Honey, I Shrunk the Unimog

  1. […] the penthouse office at TLCB towers this morning. After rewarding him with a nautical blue Smartie (they’re the best kind), we settled down to take in the details of this build. Mario Fabrio’s rig is over a metre […]

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  2. […] the Elf that found it and – as any Smartie connoisseur will know – they’re the best kind. See more on […]

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  3. […] Elves know that orange Smarties are the best kind, and thus orange creations are highly sought after amongst our smelly little workforce. This find […]

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  4. […] of which, we gave out a rare, black Smartie to the lucky finder of Angka Utama’s A-Team GMC van. You can see it higher resolution by […]

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  5. […] various shapes and sizes of Mercedes’ classic 4×4 utility vehicle over the years. Small, Technic, official and cute have all featured here, to name but a few. We also all know that orange […]

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