Kenworth K100E Milk Combo

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It has been a while since I build a 1:22 scaled truck in Lego, and it has been even longer since I build a classic American cabover truck.

The Kenworth is a K100E, with a tricked out 8V92 Detroit Diesel. The colors are inspired by the rig of Northrop Enterprises, one of the rare true custom K100's running.

The truck has working doors, tiltable cab and color trimmed interior. Many parts are chromed with 'plating on plastics' technology (no paint).

The trailer is a Walker, in traditional setup. The body consists of Lego Technic panels which are chromed the same way.

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And a 'ghostview' made in Photoshop to show the engine and fittings:

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Edited by Bricksonwheels

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Posted · Report post

pretty neat hard to believe its built out of legos

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That's amazing! I like your "ghost cab" shot to see the engine. Very cool.

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Nice! With the dual air intakes it must be a west coast twin turbo. California does produce more milk than any state.

Edited by chuckyr

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I love these Lego trucks! Awesome job!

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Stunning! I see you have super singles rolling back there!

Edited by BigBad

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Posted · Report post

I spent hundreds of hours of my childhood with Lego. You've done well!!!

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Thnx all, glad you like it!

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So cool!!!!!!!!!

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UNBELIEVABLE !!!!!!

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Many thanks all, really appreciated.

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Your rigs are cool and very clever .Do you glue them together our do you just rely on the bricks holding together them self?

Doobie

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WoW!!!!!!!!!!!!! That is cool looking!!!!!!!!!!

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That is so cool....

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