Guest MOC interviews series
Futuristic Monster Truck
What is that, and where can I get it?
This is how I reacted when I saw this coolest monster truck ever.
If you don’t know Alexander you are in for a treat. He is one of the best designers for LEGO and he had a bunch of great LEGO ideas favorites. Some of them even get over the 10.000 votes treshhold and had been in the run to become the next official LEGO model.
This is my favorite 😉
Designer and LEGO Creator
Wow, this looks powerful. Where did you find inspiration for this MOC?
Monster Jam trucks and Thunderbirds TV show from the ’60…
And not only looks powerful. This is really a beast. How did you decide to use X16 3000 HP engine? Honestly, this is first time that I saw this engine in truck. And I am sure that this is something really great.
I love airplanes radial engines, and big V16 ones, so I merged both cylinders configuration. Such an engine does exist in a Russian battle tank by the way (X12 with twelve cylinders however…).
How much time and how many pieces did you need to make this?
Only indoor tests so far. But after this Spring’s lockdown, I will film it outdoors shortly…
How big is your MOC collection? What is your favorite MOC? How many MOC do you own now? Do you even know that?
Approximately 40 hours, and around 2,500 parts
What was most important to you during creating this MOC? Design, functions, power or speed? And why?
The ability to crawl on any obstacle, thanks to the rigid axles and the giant wheel travel, because that wheels cinematics is spectacular to watch, like spiders or crustaceans…
Thank you Alexander
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