A Mini Monster Mog

Mog 01

Both we and the Elves are big fans of the Unimog, here at TLCB Towers. We’ve blogged 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 Smarties are the best.

You can therefore imagine the excitement throughout the executive editorial penthouse when a hoard of frantic Elves rolled in with their latest discovery. There were celebrations! There was joy! There was pandemonium! There was chaos! There was the first ever deployment of our Judge Dredd style riot foam. Happily this meant that we got to eat all of the orange Smarties whilst we freed our immobilised workforce.

Click this link to Flickr to see more of this, and other excellent vehicles in the series, on Gene 3S’s Photostream.

Mog 02

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One thought on “A Mini Monster Mog

  1. […] If you’ve any interest in Technic building you need to own a copy of this book. Perhaps you’re a Technic ninja, who can recite offsets and ratios by heart. You probably own the first edition and so there’s less in the new book for you. The new chapters are useful summaries but you’d probably want to hunt down the detail on the internet before building or buying things. However, the book is a nice object to own and reasonably priced. You could have your old copy in your attic Lego room and keep the second edition downstairs, by the fireside, in your study. It will be available in e-book format soon too, so you can carry it around in your tablet, laptop or smartphone wherever you go. Speaking from personal experience, the paperback first edition also serves well as a camera stand for photographing MOCs, a multi-mug coffee cup mat and as an Elf swatter during the occasional office riot. […]


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