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UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit

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  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
  • UGEARS - UGM-11 Truck Construction Kit
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UGears UGM 11 Truck

Ugears UGM-11 Truck is a feature-packed reproduction of a vintage truck resembling the iconic 1920’s Ford Model T. A set of rubber-bands power a chattering four-cylinder engine with moving pistons as well as a transmission capable of shifting into forward, neutral, park, and reverse. Inside the cab is a working steering wheel and accelerator pedal that actually revs the engine.
The UGM-11 Truck is what we call 100% “Rubberpunk”; it is a perfect combination of both, clockwork and steampunk worlds. We deliberately designed this model to have a raw, open look so even the casual observer could appreciate the marvels going on inside. This kit may take some time to build, but the outcome is absolutely worth the effort for those who love mechanics.

 

The UGM-11 Truck represents a new generation of UGEARS mechanical models with greater sophistication and more features. This model runs, shifts, steers, and accelerates just like a real truck. First ‘fuel up’ by turning the lever on top of the cab. Then ‘start’ the engine with the shifter in ‘idle’ and see four pistons moving realistically under the folding hood. Open the cabin door to find a fully functioning steering wheel and even a working gas pedal. Ready for a ride? Shift the transmission into ‘forward’ or ‘reverse’ and watch your truck head back to the fields for another load of hay.

 

Model size: 13.3 *5.5*5in (340*140*130mm)

Package size: 14.6*6.7*1.6in (37*17*4cm)

Number of components: 420

Estimated time of assembly: 10-12 hours

 

 

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