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Sunday, December 28, 2014

MAP & Bodyworks Instructions

For more info about this creation click HERE

The instructions are made in PDF format, and they look very similar to the LEGO Official ones.

The instructions and the part list of both chassis include the steps to build all different wheelbases and fake engine configurations.
So if in the future you want yo buy a new bodywork you only need to buy the bodywork if self, not the chassis again. Or if you want RC and Manual versions of any car you only need to buy one bodywork.

RC Chassis Instructions

The chassis and the controller has 455 parts!!!

The instructions have 109 pages, and 25MB

You can download and check the part list in

The price is only 5€

MANUAL Chassis Instructions

The whole chassis with all engines has 507 parts!!!

The instructions have 117 pages, and 25MB

You can download and check the part list in

The price is only 5€

Jeep Willys Bodywork

The whole car bodywork has 396 parts!!!

The instructions have 61 pages, and 16MB

You can download and check the part list in

The price is only 5€

Please, before purchase the instructions read this!

- If you buy the instructions, YOU ARE NOT ALLOWED TO:
        * RESALE IT
        * MAKE ANY TYPE OF BUSINESS WITH ITS INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY, Like sell the            car built, or rent the car to other people.

- The price is in euros(€). But if your currecy is different don't worry: paypal do the exchange directly to euros from your local currency($, £, ¥...) for you. Also under special request I can accept a different way to pay the instructions.

- If you don't receive your instructions after 48 hours of the payment, please check your spam folder, and if the email is not there please send me an email to: info @ I always send the instrutions quickly(usually within 24 hours), but sometimes the email never arrives to the destiny.(internet errors, spam filters, etc)

- The instructions will be send(actually a link to download it) to the payment email adress. If you want, I'll send you the instructions to a different email adress, please leave a comment in the paypal payment.

- For MAC users: mac can't open zip files with password, to open the instructions you will need an extra software (you will can find a lot of free software in internet to do it).

- The instructions has been tested by a Lego Technic expert builders, if you can't built the car and you think the instructions are wrong, please check your built twice before ask me.

Finally to buy the instructions go to INSTRUCTIONS PAGE

Frequently Asked Questions

- What is the best site to buy the parts? ->

- What happens if I lose my instructions copy(hard drive failure or virus)? -> I have a data base with all costumers of my instructions, if you lose it you can email me and will send it to you again free.

- There is any Lego Technic set which I can buy to reduce the parts cost? -> No.


Anonymous said...

Brilliant, as always!

Anonymous said...

Good Job sheepo. I like you

AFOL Truckbuilder said...

Happy New Year and big thanks for this great modular platform!!!

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Anonymous said...

Just ordered the new jeep. On another matter, I heard somewhere that you had been criticized for having models too complex. Please IGNORE these people, Sheepo. I love your complex models. I hope some day that you come out with a model of staggering complexity that has over 10,000 lego parts. I think you are one of the few people who could actually do it. Best of luck to you.

Blastem said...

Such a master Builder. I am sure this would be one great success in another scale. Good Luck!

Unknown said...

I thought I had allready posted this comment, but it seems to have gone wrong.

Two things in the instructions seem wrong. I haven't finished the build yet, but most of the missing parts arrived today.

On the RC chassis, page 40, picture 17 to two 3L blue pins (with ridges) should IMHO be the beige style, without the ridges.

The same is on page 60, picture 13. Again two 3L pins should be the beige style without ridges.

Sheepo said...

No, you are wrong. The car works better with pins with friction in both cases. The front wheels keep in better position and don't get an unwanted camber angle, and the shock absorver don't force the pin. These little details are the difference between a well built moc and a very well built one...

Unknown said...

Now that the modell is finished I can see that you're right. The camber anlge is quite certainly a major problem. Thanks for a great model!

TecHUNic said...

just finished building MAP RC chassis and i have to tell you it's AWESOME. by far the best base for a technic 4x4 moc i've built so far. designed to be very compact and really strong yet not too complicated. had to modify rear part because i use 88000 battery box which is a bit tricky, but found a great solution for that. speed and torque is nice with the adjustabke 2 gears, never had a moc this fast. thanks Sheepo, well done!

Bart_i said...

I built a MAP RC chassis and I really like it :) It's fast, gears work fine, although i'd like new gear parts which are more reliable. The only problem I have is that the red 2 axle keeps slipping out from the axle and pin connector at the right front wheel while turning. Does it happen to you too?

TecHUNic said...

and my willys version is final, you can check it here:

Unknown said...

once i have paid do intructions come in post or email

Sheepo said...

I will send you a download link by email.

lster said...

Hi, so what's the different about the Series II and Series III ?thx.

Sheepo said...

More things than you think probably ;) : different front, different dashboard, different back door, different rear lights...

Terry Robinett said...

I really like the projects you have done, I'm doing building with my grandson, a great way to spend some quality time, keep on building

Anonymous said...

I cant open ZIP format files, can you give a pdf format file for the parts list of the MAP chassis?

Unknown said...

Series one Landrover (the Origonal) might this be done in future

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