Variable Speed Geneva Disk, a LEGO GBC (Great Ball Contraption) by Takanori HashimotoTakanori Hashimoto GBC modules are always relying on remarkeable mechanisms. And his last creation, "Variable Speed Geneva Drive"
Remote controlled model of PR 776.1:24 scale, 1.7 kg weight, 2253 parts, 4 motors.This model features remote controls for drive, rear ripper and front blade and realistic suspension with equalizer bar. The controls
Remote controlled model of Liebherr LTM 1070-4.21:24 scale, 2.5 kg weight, 2718 parts, 7 motors. This model features: remotely controlled driving and crane operations; manually controlled outriggers, two section boom. The boom is lifted
Row Six Cylinder Diesel Engine with working Pistons (Mack Rims), Crankshaft, Camshaft und Turbocharger (in Reality, these Engines do not have a Camshaft, the Valves are controlled hydropneumatically. But it
6x6x2 Powertrain with Differentials (Axles and Longitudinal) The most stable Original Lego-Components are used for the Drive and Steering (Cardan, Differentials, Planetary Gears, symmetrical Transmission Structure) All Axles Leaf Spring
8x6 Heavy Dutzy Transporter of the U.S. Army, remote controlled, two separately controlled Cable Winches, three Axles driven, rear Pendulum Axles with Rubber Buffers, no Suspension at the Front, self-locking
Driving Ferrari's twin-turbo exotic is the closest you'll ever come to experiencing a nervous breakdown. Designed to commemorate Ferrari's 40th anniversary, the F40 is highly revered among gearheads. And gears ⚙️ it