Building Instructions

All building instructions have been posted on Rebrickable.com. Complete part-lists for each set may be found and downloaded there as well.

JCB 714: $5 USD Buy Now Button

JCB 714

FREE: Iveco XTR

Iveco XTR

FREE: 8081 RT

8081 RT Front

FREE: Spitfire MkIIa

Spitfire 3/4

MAN TGS: $5 USD  Buy Now Button

TGS Rear

FREE: Brouwer 1576 Sod Harvester

Pensive

FREE: JCB 150T

JCB 150T

CAT 573c Feller: $5 USD  Buy Now Button

Feller Main

Russian T-72: $5 USD  Buy Now Button

T-72

FREE: 6352 Technic

Cargomaster Lifting

FREE: Jagdpanther

Jagdpanther

FREE: Talon Track Car

Talon Track Car

FREE: Mini Skidder

FREE: Mini Feller

FREE: Kenworth T55

FREE: Mack Marble 5T

FREE: Rumble Bee

FREE: 4×4 8081

FREE: Unimog U406

FREE: Unimog U1700

FREE: P-51D Mustang

P-51D

FREE: Focke-Wulf Fw-190

7 Responses to Building Instructions

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  3. unimog123 says:

    How are you able to make instructions for something that you already built a while ago? Do you just take it apart and make the instructions as you go? I’m actually considering making instructions for some of my more simple MOC’s.

  4. unimog123 says:

    How did you make these instructions if you made these MOC’s a while ago? Did you take them apart and make instructions along the way? I’m actually considering making instructions for my MOC’s as well, depending on how you do it. Thanks.

  5. unimog123 says:

    What do you mean by linear planning, do you have to take it apart in a specific configuration so you can reverse it and be able to build it from scratch again? Also have you found selling your instructions worth while (has it been successful)? Sorry about posting almost the same comment twice, I thought the first one didn’t upload. Thanks.

    • thirdwigg says:

      You need to plan in a way so those who are following the instructions can recreate the complex parts. Send me an email, and I’ll give you some more guidance. Selling some instructions has helped offset much of the time I spend recreating instructions.

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