The LEGO Optimus Prime should be glad to see the Peterbilt 389 RC LEGO truck if it becomes reality. Also catch your eye? Let’s keep checking.
This is a pretty cool LEGO set project from LEGO Ideas, and designed by LEGO designer pix027. As we can see from the images, the artist recreated Peterbilt 389 with LEGO bricks, a powerful heavy truck, but for easy to control, the LEGO truck measures only 16 studs wide, and the compact body shows off meticulous and accurate detailing from its original look.
The LEGO designer used around 1050 LEGO pieces to build the 389 truck. More importantly, the LEGO model is powered by 1 PF servo motor and 1 PF Large motor, and using LEGO remote, you can drive the mini truck through your rooms. Moreover, the LEGO truck is modular and many parts are connected by technic pins, so you can easily switch multiple parts to customize your own LEGO Peterbilt 389 without dismantling any of the complete mechanical parts.
The designer is earning followers for the LEGO project. If you want the RC LEGO truck to become reality, head to LEGO Ideas, clicking “Support”.