850 Fork-Lift Truck was released 1977, and contained 210 pieces. It came with 5 other sets that composed the first wave of LEGO Technic sets. Although for the next 20 years Technic vehicles were built with basic Technic bricks, the year 1998 saw a switch from Technic bricks to Technic Liftarms and Panels; the style with which this little set was built would no longer be produced again. Still, the Fork-Lift Truck helped pioneer features (such as gears and steering) that would remain in Technic sets for many years to come.
Ever been to a parade and saw an antique fire truck? Now you can re-create that truck with the Antique Fire Truck! This truck sports classic fire truck red paint with light grey accents, and is equipped with everything you need to extinguish a fire. On the left side, there is a wooden ladder; on the right side, there is a gauge panel and two spouts for the two flexible hoses. On the roof and rear, you can find three red lights. This set includes a driver and a firefighter.
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MOC by LoneCoyote
“Introducing the Jurassic Park SUV. This SUV appears in the movie Jurassic Park. In the movie, the SUV gets crushed by a dinosaur. This vehicle sports a yellow, green, and dark red paint scheme. It has a full brush guard in the front and rear light covers. The roof has the original bubble top and three spotlights. The inside has four seats and room in the rear for storage.” Continue reading
Introducing the Ram 3500 Camper. This set has everything you need to spend the weekend in the woods. When you walk in the rear door, there is a wet bath to the right, and a small kitchen to the right. The wet bath has a shower and toilet. There is also a small table that can be turned into a bed by taking out the 2×2 brick. Continue reading
The U-Haul Moving Truck was created for a LEGO City Vehicles contest a couple of years ago. While it is a fat, bulky thing, it has some pretty accurate details, including the orange stripes, the uhaul lettering, a pull-out loading ramp, and an opening back door. Also included is a couple of minifigures loading up a couch.
MOC by Brickster_Tim