A lego pneumatic tractor based on a hot bulb engine Lanz tractor. Features drive, single pneumatic engine, adjustable ignition point, steering and suspended seat.
The digicomp was a mechanical computer sold as a plastic toy in 1963. Capable to count, multiply, divide, depending of how it is programmed.
An English exotic car, features steering, suspensions, big block Harley Davidson engine with pushrods and rockers, gearbox and boot which opens.
Trial Jeep features 4-wheel drive with fake V6 engine, ackerman steering, 5-link suspensions, opened bonnet and trunk and detailed interior.
Supercar features steering, suspensions, AWD drivetrain including 5+R gearbox, opened doors, convertible and spoiler.
The smallest forklift that I have built, features drive, steering, lifted and tilted fork. Including pro-building instructions.
A technic helicopter that I designed for competition “take the challenge” on the official lego website. Features rotating and swiveling main rotor, and rotating tail rotor. Including building instructions.
My version of LPE3i based on scotch yoke system (original ideas from LPEpower) but with new switches ! It works smoothly at 200RPM with 4 hand-pumps and without friction (thanks to the scotch yoke).
My most famous loader. Features drive, steering (with steering wheel), lifted and tilted bucket. Including building instructions.
My favorite One Set MOC from bulldozer 8275 I created. Equiped with drive, tilted and lifted bucket, only with part of 8275. Including MLcad building instructions.
Wheel loader built for “under 400 bricks MOC” contest at Setechnic.com. Features steering, lifted and tilted fork. Including building instructions.
Forest harvester with pneumatic arm, pendular front suspensions, steering, fake V6 engine and rotating turret. Second version is only built with 8436 parts.