LEGO Technic Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3245 42043
Climb aboard the awesome Mercedes-Benz Arocs 3245! This huge, robust, 2-in-1 LEGO Technic model is packed with authentic details and features.
Turn on the included Power Functions large motor and engage the advanced pneumatic system for complete control over an array of exciting motorized functions. You can operate the ultra-versatile crane arm mechanism, open and close the grabber, extend the outriggers or raise and lower the tipper body! Twin axle steering, double differential drive and fully independent suspension provide ultimate maneuverability, and the driver’s cab tilts to reveal a detailed 6-cylinder engine with moving pistons.
Open the cab doors to access the detailed interior with dashboard, blue seating and steering wheel with Mercedes-Benz logo. This meticulously detailed model also features an extendable crane arm, 4 suspended axles, double wheels on the 2 rear axles, opening tailgate, warning beacons, wing mirrors and is the largest LEGO Technic model ever produced.
An authentic white, gray and black color scheme and iconic 3-pointed Mercedes-Benz star add the finishing touches to this impressive model. When you feel like another building challenge, rebuild it into the rugged Mercedes-Benz Articulated Construction Truck.
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Very cool LEGO set for a future engineer – By William Geiger on December 27, 2015
Can’t believe I spent this much on a LEGO set, but my 14 year old son really wanted it. This is truly an awesome set. Took my son over 8 hours to built it, and along the way he learned how gear boxes and pneumatics work. He is already thinking of ways to expand the sets capabilities with some of his other Technic sets.
Awesome Lego set – By William Geiger on December 21, 2015
Would highly recommend it, I’m 24 and still was a fun and challenging build, way cooler than expected.
This kit was a lot of fun putting together – By Joe Dinius on November 6, 2015
This kit was a lot of fun putting together! I’m a Lego novice, but I was able to put it together with only a little heartburn in about 14-15 hours. I only wish that there was more information in the instructions regarding the pump; perhaps a little walkthrough along with a brief description of how it works.