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AFOL Marshall Banana built this extremely impressive and faithful Jawa sandcrawler

Facts:
Minifigscale: 96 cm long, 100.5 cm long (lowered main ramp)
Weight: approximability 20kg
Part count: over 10’000
Powerfunctions: 4 xl motors, 5 m motors, 4 receivers, 4 batterypacks, 22 Lego LED-lights

Powered radio-controlled Functions:
– driving: forward reverse
– stearing
– main ramp: up and down
– crane: up and down, in and out
– conveyer band: forward and reverse

Other features:
fully interior on three floors in the front half of the model and a detailed cockpit (removable roof) second crane in the back of the workshop, lighted smelter.

Building and planning time: 9 month

[Via The Brothers Brick]

120 thoughts on “10,000-Brick Lego Sandcrawler

    1. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    2. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    3. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    4. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    5. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    6. Well, excluding the powered parts you could build it in the lego factory thing (not sure what they call it now.) Building it in that would be a test of one’s patience, I would think.

    1. says the man who has enough time to criticize what other people are doing with their time. Nice try, man.

  1. This should be put on display where it can be seen & enjoyed by the public.  You seeing this Lucas?  There’s got to be a lobby in 1 of your office buildings that doesn’t have something as good as this.  Pay the man.

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