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Mercedes-Benz Arocs + 7ax Trailer + Fassi Mammoet

Maker:  IMC Models
Model No:  410256
Scale:  1:50
Review Date:  December 2021

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Mercedes-Benz Arocs + 7ax Trailer + Fassi + Pool Car - Mammoet
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Long Mammoet branded box.
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Smart decoration.
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Graphics not quite lining up on the door because of some tolerance in the hinge.
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Textured walkways behind the cab.
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Detail at the frond end is excellent.
Impressive heavy haulage.
Detailed graphics.
Fassi carne at the rear.
Axkles pose well.
Car placed on the deck.

This is a model of the Mammoet Mercedes-Benz Arocs 6x 4 together with a 7 axle Nooteboom Trailer equipped with a Fassi Loader Crane.


The model comes in a long high quality box enclosed by a Mammoet-branded sleeve with a photo of the real real truck.  Inside the box the model is held in high quality foam.

The review model had no missing parts or defects.

A uniquely numbered Mammoet certificate is also included, but there is no information about the real truck.  Some detail about loading configurations would have been helpful.


The Arocs has a detailed 6x4 chassis. The transmission components are modelled and the tyres are different on the steering and driven axles. The wheels are very detailed and the hubs are highlighted in red. 

At the front there is a limited edition number plate fixed in the wheel arch.

The cab has an air horn and aerial on the roof together with a nice light bar. The Arocs grille is impressive and it has a fixed Dutch transport sign.  The many graphics are very sharp and there is a fleet number on the cab.  There is a realistic number plate .

Behind the cab there are boxes with nice chrome work, and there are coiled lines. Diamond plated surfaces are in front of the fifth wheel.

At the rear the lights have lenses and the mud flaps have graphics. 

A driver is included as a separate part.  It is detailed with Mammoet printed on the back.

The trailer has excellent detail on the underside at the front, including a turntable for the king pin and the structure of the timbers.  There are simple landing legs, and the rest of underside is simply detailed.

At the front is a containerised office which has metal grab rails at the front.  There are detailed graphics on the deck edges including a yellow stripe.  The deck has special frames and brackets fitted which are bespoke for carrying winch assemblies and spreader plates.  There is an access ladder on one side which is permanently in the down position which is a pity and it would have been much better if it could have been folded up.

On the rear of the deck is a small Fassi Loader Crane.  It is mainly metal with some nice details.

The back of the trailer has detailed graphics and lights.


The Arocs has very good steering movement. 

A separate fifth wheel is provided so the tractor can accommodate trailers with a larger kingpin.

The cab has opening doors.  These work well, and open to a good angle.

The driver can be inserted in the cab, but it is fiddly to do so.

The trailer has proportional steering on the rear 6 axles but the steering is fouled a bit by the access ladder towards the rear.

The Fassi crane can be rotated and posed in a lifting position and it has a telescopic section too.  However, the rams are not stiff enough to hold much load.


This is a high quality model with a high metal content. 

The paint finish and graphics are also high quality.


It is a limited edition and unusual model, and is priced accordingly.


This is an interesting heavy haulage model and would go well suitable crane components as loads and the separately available Pool Car.  It would also look good as part of a Mammoet fleet.


The model appeared in October 2021 and was made in a run of 500 models.
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Parts and Certificate.
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Detailed wheels.
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Rear lights have lenses.  
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Detailed chassis.
On the road.
Looks realistic.
Mammoet containerised office.
Fassi about to load a Pool Car.
Would go well with a suitable crane model.