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Works in progress! Emergency and work vehicles with LEGO® bricks

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Every day we encounter lots of vehicles! There are all types and with different purposes, from emergency vehicles to work vehicles. Some travel by road, some in the sky and some by sea.

By following the instructions provided in the book, the reader will be able to try their hand at building 35 vehicle models in LEGO® bricks and will be able to learn how to create new and varied ones. For each of them, the technical data sheets of both the real vehicle (use, dimensions, technical specifications and so on) and the brick vehicle (features, measurements, scale, functions and the like) are presented. The instructions accompanying each model are completed by the list in MS Excel® (.xls) format of the necessary parts and elements. Furthermore, a link and a QR Code for each subject allow you to download a compressed file (.ZIP) onto your PC/Mac/Tablet which contains: the project file in LDD (.LXF - LEGO® Digital Designer), the “Wanted List ” in .BSX format to upload to the marketplace www.bricklink.com to purchase the LEGO® elements and some images showing the final result.

Reasons of interest:

  • From the bulldozer to the excavator, from the ambulance to the air ambulance, complete step-by-step instructions for creating 35 models of various types of vehicles.
  • All the basic information, lots of interesting suggestions and useful ideas for customizing the templates.
  • Multimedia contents.
  • Size: 22 × 28.5 cm
  • 208 pages
  • 4 color printing
  • Paperback with flaps
  • ISBN 978 2 88935 248 7

Ngoc Chanh Truong, born in 1995, is a LEGO® enthusiast and builder. Born in Hanoi (Vietnam), where he still lives, he graduated from Hanoi Polytechnic and then specialized in 3D modeling at the VTC Academy, an institute specialized in training in subjects related to multimedia production. He indulges his passion for LEGO® bricks by designing and creating original models, as demonstrated by his previous book published by NuiNui Military Vehicles – Build World War II vehicles with LEGO bricks