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Tug Twins

Lego Tug Boat

Master MOCer VFracingteam returns to The Lego Car Blog today with a truly spectacular pair of tug boats. Each is a near-perfect replica of a real ship in the Iskes fleet, and they are unbelievably well detailed. You can see more photos, including some superb close-ups, on Flickr at the link above.

Lego Ship

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Seriously Huge Investment in Parts

Lego Ship GabonWe’re coming to the end of a ridiculously busy week here at TLCB. Originally when we started this humble website we envisaged an average of a post a day, but the last week has seen so many brilliant models uploaded that we’ve been publishing around three times this. Some of the more successful Elves are even starting to look a bit portly…

So, before we slow it down a bit next week we thought we’d wrap up our busiest week so far with something a bit special; VFracingteams‘ astonishing Technic ship, the SL Gabon.

‘SHIP’ is slang in the LEGO Community for a ‘Seriously Huge Investment in Parts’, and it’s safe to say the SL Gabon fulfils this, being one of the largest models we’ve ever publicised.

VFracingteam also very kindly agreed to an interview by TLCB, and he becomes the third builder to feature in our ‘Master MOCer’ series. You can read all about his Lego journey and the amazing SL Gabon ship in his interview here, or by hovering over the ‘Interviews’ tab of the main menu.

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More Unimogery

Unimog Fire Appliance

If your forest is on fire, call these guys

Due to the excellence of Lego’s official Mercedes-Benz Unimog set, there’s a steady stream of elves returning to the The Lego Car Blog office clutching modified versions and home-brewed attempts. Most are given a swift and hard kick back out of the door, but not this one, which manages to take the Unimog theme up a considerable notch. ‘VFracingteam’ is the creator, and you can check out further pictures and the awesome technical features on Brickshelf.

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