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Optimism

Lego Suzuki Super Carry

The most optimistically named vehicle since the Mitsubishi Carisma, the Suzuki Super Carry could not carry many things. Unless they were really small. But that meant it could get into really small spaces. Not as small as this one can though.

Built by TLCB regular Senator Chinchilla this miniature recreation of a miniature van can be neatly parked on your desk. Complete with working steering, an opening rear hatch and – for really big loads, like pencil sharpeners and erasers – a clever sliding side door too. See what you can fit in via the link above.

Lego Suzuki Super Carry

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Super Carry

Lego Technic RC Pick Up

There’s just time to squeeze in one more for 2015! This a) allows us to make a ‘Your Mom’ joke, and b) segways neatly into the build itself, a Suzuki Super Carry*-esque pick-up, with working lights, two Large Power Functions motors for drive, a Servo for steering and a Power Functions IR receiver for remote control.

Previous bloggee Chade is the builder, and there’s more to see on either MOCpages or Eurobricks, including a video of the pick-up in action.

Lego Technic Suzuki Super Carry

*Probably the most optimistically named vehicle of all time.

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Moar Four by Four

Lego Technic 4x4

We’ve publicised quite a few similar Technic off-roaders this week, but it’s what you lot are making! This Suzuki Samurai-esque remote control 4×4 by Damian Plesniak was discovered on Brickshelf. You can see all the images after the jump.

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Samurai!

Lego Suzuki Samurai

As regular readers of TLCB will know, we’re not a fan of a particular American ‘SUV’. But we are fans of SUVs that do it right, and the tiny Suzuki Samurai is one such vehicle.

Powered by a dinky 1300cc engine the little Suzuki is not going to win any tug-of-war competitions. Or drag races. Or towing challenges. But what it will do is climb up a trail that a will leave a Hummer far below looking very fat and just a bit ridiculous*.

TLCB favourite piterx‘s fantastic Technic recreation of the little Japanese off-roader is packed full of Power Functions goodness to ensure it can do the same to plenty of overweight Lego Truck Trial creations. Inside are two L motors, a servo for steering, and all-wheel-drive with live axel suspension.

Lego Suzuki 4x4

Best of all piterx has created his Samurai from the dark blue parts (and the off-road components) found in LEGO’s 41999 RC Crawler set, of which many examples are sitting unopened in the lofts of speculators. For that, we salute you piterx – you’re welcome here any time!

You can see all the details of piterx’s Technic Suzuki Samurai, including the all-important chassis images, via the Eurobricks forum; click the second link in this post to join the discussion.

Lego Technic Suzuki Samurai 4x4

*Like your Mom

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